Fancy a hairstyle upgrade? It doesn't matter whether your hair is really long, only reaches your shoulders or you're rocking a bob: With the "Waft Fringe" you give every hairstyle a stylish update in spring 2022!
This is a pony trend that can be combined with different hair lengths and face shapes. Translated, "waft fringe" means something like "waving bangs", which also describes it well: It is long and loosely cut, so it gently caresses the side of the face instead of being exactly one length above the eyebrows. Perfect for the first warm days of the year!
By the way, the most famous "Waft Fringe" representative comes from the 1970s: Farrah Fawcett!
In 2022, however, its iconic look will be relaunched and appear fresher with a little less fluffy volume. Instead of an XXL blow-dryer, the extra-long, layered fringe is only slightly blow-dried or shaped with styling tools so that it lies exactly where you find it most suitable. A middle parting goes particularly well with the “Waft Fringe”, with which you can once again support the homage to the original 70s look.
As already mentioned, it is definitely longer in length than many other pony variants, instead, it resembles a slightly airier variant of the grunge pony. Due to the extra length, it can be styled in different ways.
But how do you ensure that the “Waft Fringe” still falls nicely even after you have gone to the hairdresser and does not stick out in all directions? We'll tell you!
Important to know before you even get those special bangs: They definitely require as much, if not more, styling effort than classic bangs. While you often just blow-dry it with a round brush or always bring it into the same shape with straightening iron, there are a few small things to consider with the “Waft Fringe”: