Do you like this haircut?

(22 Posts)
AdrenalineFudge Tue 31-May-16 12:25:05

The hair stylist was trying to foist this on me, I was a bit hmm, no thanks, I'll stick with my usual trim and blow dry please. It works on the model but don't think I could pull that off.

VocationalGoat Tue 31-May-16 12:26:51

No.
That fringe would be relentless work.

LillyVonSchtupp Tue 31-May-16 12:28:34

It might look quite cool on someone young with an already edgy style and great bone structure.

But on 99% of regular women it would be...

AdrenalineFudge Tue 31-May-16 12:30:56

And my hair has a tendency to frizz in warmer weather which I can't seem to find a product to settle so I'd forever look like I'd just wrestled a small child.

MajesticSeaFlapFlap Tue 31-May-16 12:32:07

LillyVonSchtupp grin

nocoffeenouppee Tue 31-May-16 12:33:49

Haha. What lilly said. There are some women this would look amazing on. I'm definitely not one of them.

P1nkP0ppy Tue 31-May-16 12:35:50

I think it looks like the end result of someone attempting to cut their own fringe --absolutely awful but what do I know as an old fogey
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burnishedsilver Tue 31-May-16 12:43:33

Anyone who manages look amazing with that fringe would look even more amaxing without it.

HoneyDragon Tue 31-May-16 12:45:08

I do like a micro fringe. But they are a pita.

VulcanWoman Tue 31-May-16 12:48:31

I don't like very short fringes, reminds me of being a child and having it cut too short.

nikole1708 Tue 31-May-16 13:02:08

I am not too keen on short fringes. I don't like it on the model either. LillyVonSchtupp's comment is on point smile

ILostItInTheEarlyNineties Tue 31-May-16 13:09:58

Those fringes work on a long thin or angular face but it's quite a bold look. It would grow out quite quickly..
If you have a round, moon shaped face avoid like the plague.

CremeBrulee Tue 31-May-16 13:23:50

My sister ended up with a fringe like that in 1976 when my mum couldn't cut it straight first time and kept going back again to neaten it up. Not a look I'd choose or pay for!

Liiinooo Tue 31-May-16 13:45:17

www.comedy.co.uk/images/library/people/180x200/p/plebs_grumio.jpg

Hell no! It is a very particular look which would take immense upkeep and probably a whole new wardrobe.

swelchphr Tue 31-May-16 13:58:32

No way! What LillyVonSchtupp said. grin

Madbengalmum Tue 31-May-16 14:01:02

Noooo, dont do it!

OiWithThePoodlesAlready Tue 31-May-16 14:04:33

Some people would look amazing with that. I would not be one of them unfortunately.

Also it would stick straight up in the morning so no chance of skipping washing your hair before the school run.

Nannawifeofbaldr Tue 31-May-16 14:09:52

Ah, that's my fringe 1980-1986

thanks Mum

DragosteaDinTei Tue 31-May-16 15:02:18

I had a teeny little fringe like that for a few years and on reflection, it was rather unforgiving.

I imagined it to be terribly cute but, instead, it was terribly medieval and made me look like a doughball crossed with a monk. hmm

As others have said, it can look great on someone with the right bone structure, though. The model looks lovely.

Randomposter Tue 31-May-16 15:03:53

It's awful ( unless you're 18 & stunningly beautiful )

ILostItInTheEarlyNineties Tue 31-May-16 15:11:44

The model in the pic would look good with a dead cat on her head though.

squoosh Tue 31-May-16 15:22:05

They just about work on very beautiful people in a 'Behold, even this fugly fringe cannot diminish my beauty' kind of way.

On mortals? No.

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