Fringe Tutorial 3: How to Blow-dry It

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This will probably be the final “Fringe Tutorial”, as I am going to be growing it out. It’s not versatile enough for work, unfortunately, and it’s proving a bit of a pain. However, I do love the ‘look’ of having a fringe – I think it’s youthful and fresh, and I’d hate to go back to just having ‘long hair’. I like having something ‘going on.’ So I shall be keeping a long, sweeping fringe, I think; we’ll see how it develops. No doubt I’ll get some huge hair job where they chop it into a bob, which is usually what happens as soon as I have managed to grow my hair to a length I love!

In this video, Kenna of Kennaland (arise!) shows me how to quickly blow-dry my fringe in the morning when I wake up. He makes it look easy, it’s not. At least, not for me. Probably because I leave myself about three and a half minutes to get ready in the morning! I shall be documenting my fringe growth (riveting stuff) for those of you who like to watch paint dry, so do watch out for sporadic hair updates! In the meantime, if you have a fringe, watch and learn:

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