BY | 02 December 2011
Let alexa chung hair fringe photo the financial analysts drone on about giving the economy a good haircut. You and I know the only snipping worth discussing this week is the Cleopatra fringe Alexa Chung sported at Monday's British Fashion Awards. It is but weeks since this very page predicted that the Full Frontal Fringe (or what, if we were American, we'd call the Big Bangs) was heading our way.
Now, we can exclusively reveal that Chung got hers courtesy of George Northwood, who also gave Emma Watson her pixie crop. George, who works at the Josh Wood's Atelier (no less!) in London's Notting Hill, is adorable and a raging optimist - two handy character traits when you're selling fringes to clients. He insists this one works on almost everyone, because it "blends out to the sides, and it's oval shaped, so it's less severe than the straight-across fringe." But is it an austerity cut? Yes, in as much as it's low maintenance, unlike certain fringes George could name. "When it grows out, there's an element of Bardot about it. A simple blow dry will keep it sleek and, because it's cut from quite far back to the crown of the head, even wispy hair will look thick. It works worn messy, too, like Alexa's."
But the Einstein of Big Bangs has one caveat. "It's probably not for those with 'round' faces, as it cuts the face in half". Oh, and he's calling it the Modern Mullet. I'll sit this one out.
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