The lazy girl’s guide to having a fringe

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If you're one of those girls whose beauty routine is incredibly low maintenance because you're cut from the lazy cloth, then you probably avoid having a fringe because they fall into the "too much effort" category, but I'm here to tell you that it isn't always the case. While having a fringe as a lazy person does require a little bit of extra planning before you actually take scissors to your hair, I promise you that this planning can all be done from the comfort of your couch or pretty much any time you're mindlessly scrolling through Instagram.

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In your pre-fringe life it is important to take two things into consideration to get the most out of your fringe without exerting too much extra effort: the first is your type of hair and the second is just how lazy you actually are. If you have curly hair then a blunt fringe is going to be A LOT of effort — you'll have to blow dry it properly, straighten it regularly and trim it like it's going out of style — whereas a messy sideswept fringe is pretty much going to take care of itself. Read on for the lazy girl's guide to having a fringe.

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  • Melissa Robinson says:

    Really great tips. I have currently have a short-ish fringe and Ive run out of things to do with it. Im also a bit lazy on days I don’t really need to be dolled up so this was useful :)

    • Larissa Thorne (Lifestyle Editor) says:

      I’ve found that since I got this new baby fringe I’ve had to pay a lot more attention to my eyebrows (which I previously allowed to grow wild behind a long fringe cover) so I’ve saved time in one area and had to add it to another!

  • susieclegg says:

    Wish I had this post back before I got way too fed up with my bangs!

    • Larissa Thorne (Lifestyle Editor) says:

      Ah well maybe it will inspire you to bring them back!

  • cherg says:

    I’ve have my fringe since a baby. I would be lost with out it. I defines me.

  • Kylie says:

    I tend to swing between having a fringe and growing one out…

    • Larissa Thorne (Lifestyle Editor) says:

      I don’t think I’ve ever fully grown mine out – I get to a long fringe and just wind up cutting back again.

  • tashamccaffrey says:

    Every time I go to my hairdresser she asks if I am growing mine out simply because I keep side sweeping it but yet I keep wanting the blunt fringe.

    • Larissa Thorne (Lifestyle Editor) says:

      Hey the side swept blunt fringe is totally a style option!

  • Fashionista8P says:

    this is so me, I am lazy at the upkeep and the trim between the salon is a must!

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