Jessica Alba’s New Hairstyle: Sexy Thick Fringe

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If you haven’t guessed it, we love Jessica Alba. Apart from the fact is gorgeous and talented, she is a very yummy mummy indeed and I am pretty sure that there are a lot ladies out there, mums or not that love her fashion sense. So when the latest pictures revealed that Jessica Alba has decided to go for a sexy thick fringe, we were in love with her look!


She was spotted out with her kids and husband, showing off her new fringe. She wore her hair pulled back into a high messy bun, letting her bangs take center stage. However, this isn’t the first time we have seen Jessica in a fringe. Back in 2010, she decided to go for the same look but with shorter hair.

So we have seen what Jessica Alba can do with her new look on an everyday basis, but we will be keeping watchful eye on how she styles things out for the up and coming events. Fringes needed to be maintained more as they are featured more on your face so will she get it right. Jessica Alba always manages to look amazing so we are sure she will!

I am pretty sure that there will be a lot of ladies out there ready to copy this look, however before you decide to go to your hairdressers and tell them to get all scissor happy, it is important that a fringe will work for your face shape. Jessica has got it right when it comes to her bangs, so let’s make sure we get it right too.

Square face: Avoid sharp, blunt bangs

You have a square face if you have a flat chin, angular jaw line and straight hairline.

The aim is to soften the lines of a square face so avoid sharp, blunt bangs. Layered fringes that are tapered on the ends and grazing the eyes will do the trick.

Round face: Try an angular fringe

You have a round face if your forehead and lower part of the face are rounded and almost the same width, and usually have prominent cheeks.

The wrong fringe — like bangs that go straight across — can make a round face look even more so. What you need is an angular fringe that creates the illusion of a longer face structure. Long, side-swept, wispy bangs are ideal.

Heart-shaped face: Long bags work

You have a heart-shaped face if you have a wide forehead and a pointed narrow chin.

Because the forehead is quite wide, a fringe that goes all the way across is not for you. It’ll draw more attention to this part of your face. Instead long, feathered or layered bangs, swept to one side, and go all the way down to your chin will help balance the forehead and the jaw line.

Oval face: Anything goes

You have a long/oval face if the forehead and lower sides of the face are equal in width while the sides are long.

It’s considered to be the most versatile face shape, and most fringed styles work with it. Choose a style of bangs based on your hair type. If you have thick hair, try a wide, full, solid fringe but for those with fine hair a long, wispy version might be better.

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