Retro Bangs Are Back With A Futuristic Twist

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Micro, baby or retro bangs are starting to pop up everywhere with trailbazer Emma Roberts leading the way. The trend can be a tricky look to pull off, but this actress is showing us how it’s done! We credit the fall/winter 18 runway, where stylists have given the fringe an alien-like twist — take a look at the sci-fi curved bangs that stole the show at the Maria Escote catwalk in Madrid. The real-world translation is less dramatic, however. Need some inspiration? Find your retro fringe hairstyle muse below.

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Emma Watson unveiled a darker hair colour and choppy micro fringe as her new look for 2018. The style combined pixie with a textured, dreamy effect that had all the hallmarks of uncompromisingly chic.

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Joan Smalls has the bone structure to pull off this blunt and quite daunting style. Her razored fringe falls well-above the brows, which (by the way) need to be immaculate. Her stylist used dry oil finishing spray to get both shine and priced-out texture.

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Lily Collins does the micro fringe with aplomb. This striking look can be pulled together with a flat iron to keep your locks super straight, then set with hairspray.

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Bella Hadid added a faux piece to accompany an up-do. If you’re not ready for the chop, then like Hadid road test the look with a clip-on fringe — the perfect way to experiment before committing.

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Emma Roberts embraced the retro feeling with a super blunt bob adored with a poker straight fringe. She paired her hairdo with a white, satin Giorgio Armani gown and vintage-inspired red lip at the Critic’s Choice Awards.

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