Fringe Benefits

Since the return of New Girl to Tuesday nights on E4, I’ve become a little bit obsessed with Hannah Simone, the actress that plays CeCe.

She is of course beautiful (in my opinion) but its her hair that draws me in, specifically her beautiful fringe.

I always toy with the idea of a fringe every time I go to the hairdresser… which actually isn’t often (sorry Paul). I’m terribly lazy with my hair, often going months between cuts. I always know when its due one as I tend to wear it up a lot, exactly what I’m doing these days. I’ve never gone for a full on fringe though (a long sweeping one yes that can be tied back) as I’ve always thought my forehead is too small to carry it off. I had one as a little girl but when I look at these pictures, it looks all wrong.

Hannah’s fringe really makes me want to take the leap, but I know my hair is completely unlike hers. If I don’t blow dry it, it has a natural, annoying, wave, and humidity, well. Lets just say Monica from Friends and the episode when they are in Barbados!

A recent Pinterest board has given me some ideas but I’m still scared. It’s a dramatic change that will probably require more maintainence than I’m probably willing to put in of a morning.

I think I need to dwell on it a little more, but any comments from anyone who has gone for this look would be welcome. Did you like it? Did it work on you? How long did it take to grow out if you didn’t like it?

Loads of questions sorry! Any help would be more than welcome!

Erin, Love from Cornfield… X

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