For many months now the fringe has been on the up-and-up, and with the latest autumn/winter 2013/14 catwalk shows we can clearly see that it’s finally arrived. Now, the fringe is one of this year’s biggest trends. There are all kinds of fringes to choose from though, so you can select the ideal one for your style and face shape. Fringes can be incredibly flattering for those with high foreheads, and they can also complement those with beautiful bone structure. This means the fringe one of the great all-round hairstyles. Take a look at some of this season’s best fringe trends: The Wispy Fringe Tying in perfectly with the 90s grunge look of late, the fringes in Proenza Schouler’s pre-autumn/winter show were wispy and left to sweep over half of the face. This gave the models a sultry androgynous look that went well with the immaculate clothing. The Faux Fringe If you don't want to commit to a fringe 24/7, consider going down the faux fringe route. Simply by sweeping the hair forwards and pinning it in place, you can create a brand new fringe without having to ruin your haircut. At Hershesons we even have clip-in fringes (winges) that you can use. The Cropped Fringe The stylists at Miu Miu gave models choppy, cropped fringes that accentuated their great cheekbones and jawlines. The style was emphasised even more with thick eyebrows and dark-framed glasses. Cropped fringes work best on those with hair that’s easy to manage. The Side-swept Fringe Jean Paul Gaultier’s pre-autumn/winter offering showcases the side swept fringe at its best. With partings just above the temple, the hair is swept across the forehead to create a retro style that juxtaposes against the masculine cut of the clothing perfectly. The fringe has appeared in some of the best styles of the past and it’s definitely here to stay with this new raft of styles for 2013. If you want to find out more about fringe hairstyles or how to use the Winge, just visit Hershesons today. Images courtesy of Vogue.