French Girl Hair is the epitome of Parisian chic. The textured cut paired with shaggy bangs is effortless and just a touch rock'n'roll. No passport is necessary to recreate this style - simply say "oui" to this super cool cut.
To ensure your hair stylist hits the French Girl Hair brief on the head, tell them to cut your hair into a collarbone grazing lob. Then there's the pièce de résistance: the bangs. There are two ways these thick fringes can be cut to complement the French Girl Hair style; either long and piecey or as retro, '70s-style curtain bangs. Ask your stylist to guide on you on which fringe style would best suit your face shape. As for fringe length? You'll want it to hit somewhere between your eyebrows and cheekbones. (Side note: while 'baby bangs' are a hot 2016 trend, they're a definite no-no with this hair style!) You may also want to consider colouring your hair 'French Girl Brown' to complete the look...
Texture is a major component of French Girl Hair, which means some styling is required. For the lengths, slightly messy and irregular waves are the end goal so don't be shy with a texturizing spray - keep your eyes out for the soon-to-be-released L'Oréal Professionnel Tecni.Art French Girl Hair Messy Cliché. Your bangs also require oomph, so give it a texture kick with the L'Oréal Professionnel Tecni.Art Wild Stylers Scruff Me. And remember – all fringes require upkeep to stay looking fresh so pop into your salon regularly for a fringe trim. Tres magnifique!
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