The sweeping fringe first made its appearance on the runway in Milan where Kendall Jenner’s temporary clip-in fringe caught our attention at the Versace show (you can even order one to your front door if you’re up for experimenting). Then the perennially chic Kate Middleton debuted her new sweeping fringe on a royal tour of Dublin with her husband, Prince William.
If you’re stuck in isolation and struggling to get to your local hair salon for a proper hair overhaul, cutting yourself a fringe at home is the simplest way to freshen up your look (and keep those pesky split ends at bay, of course).
From the classic to the micro, fringes are as versatile as they are stylish and the right option can complement your look and frame your face. If you’re looking for a quick and flattering fix, the sweeping fringe is the ideal option.