Sam Ashcroft, member of the creative team at Brooks & Brooks, London, says rather than one size fits all, a more individual approach is required, especially as one head can have varying different textures. “We know that a little goes a long way when cutting curly hair and creating a great shape can last months. Traditionally fringes and curly hair have been thought of as a big no, but times are changing and we think curly fringes are a great way of giving your curly clients an easy cool-girl style.”
There’s a plethora of fringe styles that suit curly hair – anything super wide to short and micro will look great. For spring this year, the longer fringe is perfect for curls, skimming the eyebrows and blending into the sides.
Stevie Nicks may have been the original muse, but celebrities such as Zendaya, Lily Collins, Lizzo and Rianna have been rocking the look lately.