For her last appearance at Paris Fashion Week, Karlie Kloss took inspiration from her friend Taylor Swift, and debuted long and choppy, straight-across bangs that were spread out across her forehead for the Louis Vuitton Spring 2017 show. A few weeks earlier, L'Oreal muse and style blogger Kristina Bazan created buzz on her social media accounts by posting a photo of her with long, straight bangs. While Karlie's fringes seem to be fake, Kristina has debuted the look multiple times during Fashion Week.
While we love both looks, Get The Look has set out to see which fringe hairstyle you prefer! Is it Karlie's or Kristina's? Vote now!
STRAIGHT ACROSS BANGS: KARLIE VS. KRISTINA
KARLIE KLOSS: TEXTURE AND ATTITUDE
At the beginning of her modeling career, Karlie was a huge success, thanks to her short hair and squared off bangs – a very progressive look for the time. For Paris Fashion Week, she returned to her classic fringes by adopting a long, tapered version that fell slightly below her brows. Swept along her forehead in every direction, the look added an edgy touch to her blonde hair. For the ultimate edgy look, her hair was cut to the collarbone and worn slightly dishevelled.
For tousled waves like Karlie's, use a flat-iron to bend and play with a few small strands of hair. Then, spray your head with a Matt & Messy spray and use your fingers to scrunch the product through.
KRISTINA BAZAN: MYSTERY AND SENSUALITY
Ever since she decided to switch her hair colour over to the dark side, this it-girl has never felt sexier and more mysterious. In addition to enhancing her blue eyes, her new dark colour gives her a dramatic look that perfectly compliments her winged, cat-eye liner. To top it all off, her long and thin bangs perfectly frame her face, and add a healthy dose of style to her long hair.
To achieve her signature look, start off by spraying your hair with a heat protective spray, then use a flat-iron to straighten your locks. Next, spray your lengths with a high-shine hairspray and finish off with a thin veil of oil spray.
Which of these two fringed cuts do you prefer?