Perfect wavy fringe
4 tips for a sensational wavy fringe
Curly fringes are all the rage on the catwalks and in town. Want to get the look? Then read our step-by-step guide.
The popular fashion for natural hair has reached its peak: your fringe. Everyone will be delighted to hear that wavy and curly hair can join the party with no need for straightening or blow dry styling.
Whether it covers your entire forehead or not, fringe can be worn in a variety of ways, as long as you respect the natural behaviour of your hair. Using products suited to your hair type (dry, greasy, coloured or not) can also help you keep your hair in place.
Read our tips and go for it!
Tip 1: The perfect cut
Layers suits wavy fringes best. Ask your hairdresser to taper your tips and go for asymmetrical cuts. You'll get a different look with every move of your head. For best results, cut the fringe into dry hair.
Tip 2: Grease free
Wavy and curly hair is one step ahead of straight hair in terms of excess sebum in the fringe. Because it's drier, wavy hair doesn't need to be washed as often. And because wavy hair has more movement and so less contact with the forehead, there is less chance of excess sebum in this area.
Tip 3: Keep the frizz at bay
As well as having a great cut that suits the shape of your face, it's essential to use the right products for your hair type and be generous with hydration, as it helps control frizz. If you use lack of time as an excuse, the Ekos Murumuru range has a Murumuru styling balm that provides intense repair and nourishment for hair while taming frizz in one easy step. So no more excuses!
Tip 4: Finishing is the key to success
Worried they might weigh down their fringe, many women avoid using finishing products. Big mistake! These products hold your hair in place, enhancing the natural structure of each hair, while sculpting the fringe. We recommend Patauá Protective Oil, which immediately texturises the hair without dehydrating it. Featuring a heat protection agent, it activates hair volume and holds your waves for up to 24 hours.