The fringe is a popular hairstyle trend, but it can quickly appear like a 'thick curtain' in front of the face. The new fringe trend suits every face shape and is enchantingly elegant!
Micro bangs, curtain bangs or Birkin bangs - there are many variations of the pony hairstyle, but not every one of these cuts suits your face shape. The latest craze in hairstyle heaven is the 'sweeping fringe'. An elegant fringe hairstyle that suits every face shape and with its simple and natural look has not only wrapped celebrity ladies like Dakota Johnson or model Heidi Klum around their fingers but also us!
The English 'to sweep', which gives the hairstyle its name, means nothing other than 'sweep', which in this pony variant means the hair loosely laid to the side. This modification of the classic straight pony is visually impressive. The "sweeping fringe" gives wearers of this hairstyle an elegant yet very natural look. The side strands frame the face without overdrawing it. In terms of length, the "sweeping fringe" is therefore very similar to the popular curtain bangs.
Here you can get impressions of what the trend can look like:
A layered fringe like the "Sweeping Fringe" suits everyone! It doesn't matter whether you have a round, square, wide, narrow, elongated, or oval face - the new hairstyle trend flatters every face shape and frames the face wonderfully.
The structure of your hair doesn't matter either. Only when styling, depending on the thickness of the hair, you may need to use slightly stronger styling products to keep the hair in place.
The nice thing about the hairstyle is that due to its length, naturally wavy or curly hair can also come into its own and does not necessarily have to be straightened. "Curly Bangs" are super easy to style and stars like Taylor Swift are only too happy to wear them.
The "sweeping fringe" is the perfect alternative when the classic fringe or one of the many other fringe variants is out of the question... Similar to a step cut, the hair is cut slightly to the side and thus falls loosely over the face.
The styling is also not as complex as with a full pony. The sides of the hair are treated with a round brush and a hair dryer so that they fall outwards. The fringe is then fixed with hairspray.
The sections of hair laid to the side of the pony hairstyle come into their own in a strict ponytail or a casual bun. But even with loose hair, the "sweeping fringe" is a real eye-catcher and is best worn with a layered cut. Playing with symmetry and hair length gives extra volume. We think you should definitely try the new pony trend!