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…
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.
Keep your fringe off your face by plaiting it to the side like Karlie Kloss.
A wavy side fringe like Reese Witherspoon goes great with tumbling curls.
If you're considering a side fringe, take a leaf out of Kim Kardashian's book by sweeping your hair into a side parting.
For effortless elegance like the Duchess of Cambridge, opt for a smooth and sleek product-free fringe.
Do laidback chic like Dakota Johnson by adding a middle parting and leaving your hair slightly dishevelled.
For an edgy style, follow Taylor Swift's lead and opt for a slick, sideswept fringe.
If you're rocking super straight locks, leave your fringe slightly tousled like Sandra Bullock for an effortlessly cool contrast.
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.
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.
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.
If you're wearing your hair in an updo, leave your fringe in loose tousled waves like Zooey Deschanel to frame your face.
Take note from Sienna Miller and embrace a full fringe by tying your hair back and leaving some strands loose for ultimate laidback cool.
After Keira Knightley's chic look? Sweep your hair into a side parting and smooth down into a chignon for red carpet glamour.