You are bored with your current hairstyle and want to change something about your hair. Too much shouldn't be off and you don't want a new color either? The answer has exactly four letters: PONY. The trendy forehead fringes are very popular at the moment and an integral part of the biggest hairstyle trends in winter. We would like to show you the six most brilliant.
A pony is part of the basic equipment of the biggest hairstyle trends in winter.
The combination of bob and bangs is especially popular this winter. The bob is the hairstyle favorite of many women because it simply flatters every face shape. With his new addition with a fringed fringe - which, by the way, also fabulously conceals a high forehead - he gets an extra helping of French-looking elegance.
Our styling tip: It is particularly chic when you curl your hair in gently falling beach waves - this gives the hairstyle additional oomph.
Brigitte Bardot coined the iconic hairstyle called “Curtain Fringe” - and we think it's time to revive the “new”, old trend hairstyle! Its name is a direct reference to the pony's look: the curtain fringe is divided in the middle and placed on both sides of the forehead - similar to a curtain. This hairstyle is especially flattering for women with a heart-shaped face. The bangs help hide a high forehead and the face looks narrower overall.
Our styling tip: Here comes the icing on the cake: This haircut hardly needs any styling, a little hairspray to fix individual strands is completely sufficient.
Do you prefer a rocky, edgy look? Then the shaggy fringe is the go-to look for you this winter. The style looks particularly good on women with a small forehead that is emphasized with the pony. This hairstyle is the perfect compromise for anyone who doesn't want the bangs cut too short. Overlapping strands cut in different lengths make the bangs look short, but they are not - that means: you have enough scope for styling!
Our styling tip: A small amount of hair wax will do the trick: rub the hair wax between your fingertips and use it to go roughly through the bangs. Individual strands can also be defined with the hair wax.
So far, the bangs have always been smoothed or blown smooth with the round brush. That’s over this winter! Superstar Zendaya shows how it is: Her face is framed by her curly bangs and is, therefore, a real eye-catcher! Curly heads should leave their naturally frizzy forehead fringes in their natural shape and everyone else will reach for the curling iron when they see this hairstyle.
Our styling tip: If you have a little more time, you can twist the curls without any heat with the help of a mousse and curlers!
Have you got tired of your pony and the regular hairdresser visits are annoying you? Don't worry, we have a suitable trend hairstyle for such candidates too! Letting the bangs grow outlooks cooler than you think. The style model is Georgia May Jagger, who lets her curtain bangs grow out and gradually blends the bangs with the rest of her hair. The hairstyle looks like a wanted, fresh step-cut - it can be that simple!
In fact, the side bangs are back in. They look particularly good on women with angular facial structures. The fringe balances out the broad forehead area and plays around with striking facial features. A wide jaw can also be optimally concealed with the cut. It should be noted that the pony strands just reach the chin in order to achieve a playful, feminine look. This emphasizes the softness of the face and the facial features appear less severe.
Our styling tip: For retro vibes, just like style icon Alexa Chung, shape and fix the pony with heating rollers - we love it!