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Fringe advice :-)

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Pebblesandblamblam Tue 05-Dec-17 17:03:53

Have never had a fringe before but going to get one at my next chop at the weekend.

I gym every morning and thinking I will need some mini straighteners to attempt to style said fringe?? The hairdryers at the gym aren't great so I don't think a round brush would be enough. Any recommendations for good mini straighteners??


PasstheStarmix Tue 05-Dec-17 17:19:28

I have Babyliss Nano travel straighteners and they're great...

Pebblesandblamblam Wed 06-Dec-17 10:51:26

Thanks Starmix! I'll have a look at those :-)

ThisIsNotARealAvo Wed 06-Dec-17 10:54:00

There is a video, I think it's sali Hughes, she dries her fringe by brushing it from side to side while blow drying it. It dries really nicely. I haven't used straighteners on my fringe since.

Pebblesandblamblam Wed 06-Dec-17 11:19:23

Found it! She makes it look easy :-) Hope my hair obliges, will give it a go at the weekend. Thank you!

Myneaux Wed 06-Dec-17 12:12:17

I use the Sali Hughes technique....straighteners seem to leave it too flat.

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