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    • ShannonK05
      CommentAuthorShannonK05
      Got married 6 years ago
      Posted: May 17th 2014
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    Hi ladies, I've just had a fringe cut in for the first time since I was really wee. I've wanted one for a while and thought now was the best time to do it because if I don't like it I still have enough time to grow it out for the wedding. Now that I have the fringe, I really like it and just can't decide if I want to keep it for the wedding or not! I'm gonna post some pictures and would love it if you lovely brides to be could give me your opinions :)

    A couple of weeks ago without the fringe

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    IMG_20140412_085513.jpg


    Now with the fringe

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    IMG_20140509_141349.jpg


    This is how I'd really like my hair for the wedding but just not sure how it would look with the fringe.. Any ideas?!

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    IMG_12139590216792.jpeg


    Thanks everyone :) x

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    • Glitterfairy
      CommentAuthorGlitterfairy
      Got married 8 years ago
      Posted: May 17th 2014
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    I think it could work, just put your pic and this one together.

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    • clairenina
      CommentAuthorclairenina
      Got married 7 years ago
      Posted: May 17th 2014
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    I had the same dilemma. I have always had a fringe, but all of the bridal pictures I have seen have either had no fringe, or a long swept away one. I grew mine since Christmas and really hated it. I decided in the end not to look like any of the pictures i have seen, and have my fringe trimmed to how i like and feel comfortable with. Best thing I can say, is go whatever you look at yourself in the mirror and are happy with, forget the pictures on the net/magazines for a moment (they are great for ideas though)
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    • AprilS61
      CommentAuthorAprilS61
      Got married 6 years ago
      Posted: May 17th 2014
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    Have a hair trial early and see how it looks with the fringe. If its not what you wanted you should have the extra time to grow it out and have it as the picture is without the fringe? X

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    • MrsCross2be
      CommentAuthorMrsCross2be
      Got married 6 years ago
      Posted: May 17th 2014
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    I agree with April- I consulted my hair dresser about 2 years before my wedding and have had to grow it (I hate it) to have the style I like - it will be cut back to a bob after the wedding haha
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    • *The NewMrsMalin*
      CommentAuthor*The NewMrsMalin*
      Got married 6 years ago
      Posted: May 17th 2014
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    Yep I agree with the others; have a trial and see what you think ;)

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    • lala "mod" bunni
      CommentAuthorlala "mod" bunni
      Got married 9 years ago
      Posted: May 18th 2014
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    BUMP

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    • CharlotteE98
      CommentAuthorCharlotteE98
      Got married 6 years ago
      Posted: May 19th 2014
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    I will follow this with interest as I don't know what to do with my fringe. I tend to 'hide' behind it and a friend has suggested a sweeping fringe
 
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