According to the fashion bible—Vogue—the sweeping fringe is going to be a hot look this spring and summer.

Valentino models sashayed down the catwalk wearing sleek, sophisticated low buns and smooth, sculpted bangs that draped down across the face and over the ears. If you have a short fringe, then obviously this is one look you will have to skip this season. But for ladies with long bangs, here are some cool ways to wear a sweeping fringe.

Marion Cotillard hairstylesMarion Cotillard is bang on trend (pun very much intended) with this gorgeous 'do, as seen here at the latest Critic's Choice Awards event. Marion's glossy espresso locks were immaculately moulded into a low bun, with a dramatic sweeping fringe that swept over her ear.


Model with side-swept bangsOur model put a funky spin on this trend and crimped her hair before styling it into a beehive hairstyle with a low bun. Her bangs sweep over her ear and blend into the style.


Sara Rue hairstylesSara Rue wears this trend with a braided crown updo for a more exotic look. Sara's bangs are swept across the forehead and tucked over the ear on the opposite side, bringing out her eyes and cheekbones.

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