It's refreshing to see designers take an unfussy approach to hair this season, choosing to keep plenty of length at the top while styling the hair forward, framing the face for a high-impact, low-maintenance look. Here's what you need to know:
The one thing to keep in mind is that the end result of a fringe is never quite the same for two people and you'll have two things to consider: the length (long or short) and the volume (full or flat against the forehead).
Tip: If you have good length on the top, you can either wear it straight up with a full fringe in a runway-to-real way fashion, or try a loose side parting, with the hair styled away from your face. This is a good introduction to the look, especially if it's your first attempt at the trend.
Fail-proof combination: A fringe that's paired with a short-back and side undercuts.
Styling tip: Blow dry fringe before working in some texturising mousse. This will help you create volume, movement and a natural bounce with a nice, textured finish.