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    Default fringe or no fringe with glasses?

    for those of you who wear glasses, do you prefer a fringe or no fringe.

    I kinda like a side fringe as it stops me looking too severe when my hair is all up.

    opinions please!
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    I have glasses and chin length bangs, they get along fine
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    i sort of feel like a john lennon with no fringe at all as i have a long face too!
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    When I am wearing my glasses, I think I look better with bangs. However, I look better without bangs when I'm wearing contacts instead. I think alot of people who wear glasses look rather cute with bangs.

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    I'd rather have fringe. It expands my style options.

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    My bangs are short and it's not problem.
    Once they begin to grow out they get caught.

    If you like bangs I suggest a bit shorter so your glasses do not pull out the hairs.
    On the other hand if they are longer I am sure you'll be ok. It's probably that med stage that's frustrating.
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    I have glasses that I wear at all times, and as you can see in my siggy, I have a side fringe. I have a massive "widow's peak" and can't go without the fringe.
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    I used to have a fringe, but now I want to grow it out so that I can tie ALL of my hair back. It would get in the way, otherwise.
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    I prefer bangs on myself. It hides the wrinkles on my forehead.
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    I like both looks with glasses (fringe or no fringe) and I have done both. I think if you have very cool glasses, fringe can really show them off.
    Last edited by wintersun99; March 24th, 2008 at 12:21 PM.

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