Jessica Biel’s fringe is definitely something to be desired. Most likely because it frames her beautiful face and those full lips, but also because it never looks anything short of perfect.
With the release of her new film Total Recall today, with the help of the team at Trevor Sorbie we have the tips to ensure you have all of the right Fringe Benefits.
The Fringe is the ultimate style statement for 2012 and can provide an instant transformation. Infinitely variable and with the right cut, you can look groomed with minimal styling.
Jessica isn’t the only celebrity to be favouring a fringe look this season, Zooey Deschanel, Jessie J, Sienna Miller and Alexa Chung are all sporting fringe styles that are suited to their style and face shape.
Despite all of this many still fear having the chop as they think a fringe won’t suit them; but fear not there is a style of out there to flatter everyone.
Alfie Booth, Stylist at the Trevor Sorbie Hampstead Salon, explains:
“There isn’t a face that I have encountered that wouldn’t suit a fringe. It’s about finding the right fringe to suit you & to balance your key facial features. There are limitless combinations of lengths, thickness & softness to adapt a fringe style.”
•The golden rule is to find a stylist you trust; at Trevor Sorbie every Stylist is tested and approved by Trevor personally to guarantee the highest standards in hairdressing.
• Always arrange a consultation before trying a new style; the Trevor Sorbie team will always carry out an in-depth complimentary consultation to find a style that suits your lifestyle as well as your look.
• Don’t be afraid to take examples of the looks you love – this helps the Stylist understand what you’re looking for and how best to adapt it to your face.
• The right styling products and blow drying technique make it simple to style your fringe at home. Always ask your Stylist for advice and a quick lesson.
• Never take the scissors to your own fringe! Most good salons, Trevor Sorbie included, offer free fringe trims to clients so there is no excuse.
Femalefirst Taryn Davies