Most fringes are reasonably easy to cut, I use a little technique of rolling my fingers into the bridge of the nose, and use this as a guideline when cutting the length of a fringe. A straight fringe, once you have cut the center section, is then cut slightly angled to the outside of the fringe, giving you an arched or straight fringe.

Side fringes are a little difficult to cut, as you do not want an obvious diagonal cut to show.

Firstly split the fringe into 3 sections.

The first area, and make...


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