How to Trim a Textured Layered Fringe

Bangs or fringes are a great way to change and spice up your look. With fringes, you get the extra texture and volume you need, but it all depends on how expert your stylist is. Getting textured layer fringes right is something only a seasoned pro can promise, and if you are able to find one, it is a decision you won’t regret.  

You can rock your bangs in several different ways and if you prefer a more textured and layered look, this tutorial will be very helpful for you. This style has been used by various fashion icons such as Elizabeth Taylor and even the Beatles!

This article presents an insight into how a perfect layered fringe is achieved but first let’s take a look at a few good reason to go for it.

Get Ready to Spice up Your Look    

If you are craving a dramatic yet gorgeous change, this tutorial might actually help you make up your mind. Getting a fringe is actually an important decision in your life. After all, you are giving yourself a completely new look and there is no undo option! Bangs can be the best thing you have ever done or turned in to your worst nightmare if done the wrong way.

Therefore, it is mandatory that you do thorough research and try out a few apps to see whether the hair cut suits your face. Talk to a stylist about your choice and let them decide whether the style will suit your face cut or not.

Beginning the Hair Cut

Let’s break down this haircut in 10 simple steps to recreate the simple fringe trimming technique.

  1. Before beginning the haircut, cleanse and wash your client’s hair and then blow dry them. Take diagonal forward partings from the natural parting to the recession area.

  2. To begin the haircut, take sections vertically off the natural parting.

  3. Comb the hair in a perpendicular angle, elevating the comb to ninety degrees and point cut. Slightly decrease the length as you proceed with this technique.

  4. Divide the original hair you partitioned into half and incorporate this into the next section.

  5. Elevate to ninety degrees over the direct section to the previous guide and point cut onto the guide. Again, slightly decrease the length as you go.

  6. Continue this technique on the opposite side of the client's hair and repeat the same procedure. ​

  7. Once the layers are complete, you should work back through the fringe with channel cutting. Work halfway down the hair shaft and angle into the head to create separation.​​

  8. Before proceeding with the remaining steps, let’s briefly look at what point cutting is.​ Point cutting is a technique to texturize hair. It is the difference between a humdrum haircut and an interesting and precise one. In point cutting, you remove bulk from the end of hair allowing the layers of hair to seamlessly blend together.​ It is also used to guide the hair into the right shape and style. The effect that can be subtle or dramatic depending on the amount of hair removed. ​Now let’s move forward with the rest of the procedure

  9. In order to remove the weight without removing length, do the parallel cutting.​

  10. Finish the haircut by reworking the corner of the fringe shorter by the point cutting technique. Channel to emphasize the asymmetric line. ​

  11. Style the hair as you like and finish with hairspray if needed.​

​​Here you have – a perfect textured layer fringe that can provide the perfect frame for your face, and even add volume to fine hair.!