Jessica Alba has had some bangs cut into her brunette locks.
Nothing softens a glamorous up-do like a loose and long full fringe. Make like Sienna Miller and leave a few longer strands loose at the sides to frame your face.
If you're growing your fringe out, make like Alexa and go for a soft, centre-parted style, which looks great with a loose bun. She looks flawless here with glowing skin and a strong red lip.
After throwing us a few hair red herrings recently with the use of a winge (the faux-fringe-wiggy-accessory currently sweeping celebdom) Kim finally debuted the real thing after plumping for some blunt-cut Kanye-approved bangs.
Let Emma Stone's long bob and blunt fringe be your guide to a super-chic new 'do.
We adore Zooey Deschanel's swinging 60s blow-dry. A full fringe and bouncy hairstyle is best complimented with lashings of thick eyeliner to complete the look.
An easy-breezy long side fringe like Jennifer Lawrence's is a fabulous choice for a laidback spring or summer style.
Edie Campbell gets a double score here: her extra long fringe and above the shoulder bob are a great match for her oval face shape.
Get some instant oomph by adding a full, thick fringe to long hair Taylor Swift - guaranteed instant impact.
Rose Byrne's heavy, brunette fringe feels totally up-to-date: be brave and try opting for eye-skimming bangs for a quirky twist.
A full, peek-a-boo fringe will give a playful, retro vibe to glossy, raven locks like Lily Collins'.
Marion Cotillard shows off a super-short statement fringe - one for the daring amongst us!
Take your style cue from Cleopatra, like reality star Kim Kardashian: we're talking long, poker-straight locks and a ruler-cut fringe to match!
We love Olivia Wilde's sexy side-swept bangs and tousled sunny locks.
A fringe doesn't have to have that 'stick on' effect - just take a look at the way Chloe Sevigny's stylist has worked hers into her choppy crop.