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The best fringe hairstyles

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It can sometimes be daunting to opt for a fringe, especially when it comes to deciding how to style it. From the Duchess of Cambridge to Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, we've rounded up some of our favourite fringed hairstyles for some serious hair inspiration…

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If you want to try a fringe for a night out, take a leaf out of Kendall Jenner's book - sweep your locks into a top knot and bring the ends of the strands to the front for a temporary and glamorous look.

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Keep your fringe off your face by plaiting it to the side like Karlie Kloss.

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A wavy side fringe like Reese Witherspoon goes great with tumbling curls.

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If you're considering a side fringe, take a leaf out of Kim Kardashian's book by sweeping your hair into a side parting.

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For effortless elegance like the Duchess of Cambridge, opt for a smooth and sleek product-free fringe.

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Do laidback chic like Dakota Johnson by adding a middle parting and leaving your hair slightly dishevelled.

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For an edgy style, follow Taylor Swift's lead and opt for a slick, sideswept fringe.

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If you're rocking super straight locks, leave your fringe slightly tousled like Sandra Bullock for an effortlessly cool contrast.

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If you're not quite ready to fully commit to a fringe, take a leaf out of Cheryl Fernandez-Versini's book and sweep the front sections of your hair to the side for an instant makeover.

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Want that wow factor for a night out? Try a dramatic, full thick fringe such as the one Kylie Jenner rocked for the MTV Video Music Awards.

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Add a touch of old Hollywood like Emma Stone has by curling your hair into loose waves, curling the fringe and pinning it to the side. For extra sparkle, add a statement hairpiece.

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If you're wearing your hair in an updo, leave your fringe in loose tousled waves like Zooey Deschanel to frame your face.

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Take note from Sienna Miller and embrace a full fringe by tying your hair back and leaving some strands loose for ultimate laidback cool.

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After Keira Knightley's chic look? Sweep your hair into a side parting and smooth down into a chignon for red carpet glamour.

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