Cute, feisty, alluring — a full fringe can channel this variety of vibes effortlessly, as sampled by some of our favourite Asian celebrities whether in roles or in real life. Even so, it's not as simple as just snipping your locks to pull the look off. Getting a full fringe is definitely a commitment because the way it frames your face affects how your entire beauty look would turn out. It can even affect the way you do your makeup! So how exactly do you ace the full fringe like your favourite Asian celebrities? We've got just the tips below.
Artsy eye or bold lip? Pick one!
Donning a full fringe is comparable to wearing a statement accessory as it immediately draws stronger attention to your features. Its focal point lands directly to your eyes, emphasising your expressions. And with Asian actresses being known for preferring minimalist makeup rather than to a full face, they usually complement the full fringe with two simple yet attention-grabbing ways: an artsy eye look or a bold berry lip.
Japanese actress Sugisaki Hana shows us how the artsy liner look should be done: still bordering on sleek and simple to match the rest of her bare face.
Meanwhile, Japanese actress and model Komatsu Nana, who's well-known for owning the full fringe as her signature look, stuns in a bold lip and leaves her bangs doing the talking when it comes to highlighting her peepers.