Millie Mackintosh shares Instagram picture of her new ‘Sienna’ fringe
The ex-Made In Chelsea star tried out a faux fringe before going ahead, writing: ‘Thinking about getting a fringe cut…To chop or not to chop?!!’
Mrs Professor Green later took to Instagram – where she’s now calling herself Mrs Manderson – to post a shot of her new fringe, adding: ‘I blame Sienna.’
New brides often change their hairdos and Millie and new husband Professor Green (real name Stephen Manderson) have just returned from their honeymoon in Italy.
The Quality Street heiress and reality TV star’s new ‘do received mixed reviews from her fans with @frankie_blade posting: ‘Love it and providing you are happy with it don’t care what anyone else thinks’.
@essex9inch wrote: ‘You look like you’ve fallen and seriously injured your fringe I no longer love tou [sic]’ but @soleelees stuck up for Millie, enthusing: ‘Have to say, you look fab! Really suits you x’.
Millie has legions of loyal fashion followers and was arguably Made In Chelsea‘s best dressed resident before leaving the award-winning E4 show so – regardless of her reviews – you can expect to see a lot more mussed-up fringes doing the celebrity rounds soon.
– Fringes work well with fine hair as they help fake volume.
– Curly-haired ladies may want to steer clear of a full fringe, perhaps favouring Millie‘s more casual style as championed by the likes of Suki Waterhouse and Sienna Miller.
– Fringes are great for covering up blemishes on the forehead but be sure to blow dry hair over a large round brush to stop the hair from soaking up excess oil.
– Dry shampoo is a fringe-fan’s best friend, try Batiste Dry Shampoo £2.99
– Resist the urge to touch your fringe as it’ll just look greasy, and rest assured that following a haircut most hair salons will trim your fringe at a later date for free.