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VB's Audrey Hepburn inspired fringe

Published 18/09/2015

Victoria Beckham
Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham's temporary fringe was a simply a clever hairdressing trick, her stylist Shon has revealed.

(Cover) - EN Star Style - Victoria Beckham was drawn to the Audrey Hepburn vibe of her new fringe.

The designer and former singer debuted a new hairstyle earlier this month, showing off a sweeping set of bangs. It was a temporary look created by hairstylist Shon, who has now revealed why Victoria went for that particular cut just before a shoot.

"VB showed us the dress she was going to wear for the interview and put it on so we could play around with hair and make-up," he explained to British magazine Grazia.

"By the time her hair was up after a wash, it looked cool, a little boyish but still elegant, a little 60s feeling to it - that was the starting point. I was quickly showing some looks on her hair and she liked the fringe look. It was an Audrey Hepburn shape."

Victoria's hair was back to normal shortly after the shoot, prompting many to believe it was a fake fringe. However, Shon has now revealed it was all just clever trickery. And he even let fans in on how they can recreate the look at home.

"It's very simple," he assured. "It's a low ponytail with a deep side parting, some hair pulled over the forehead and a little volume on the crown. A simple, stylish ponytail."

Prior to her flirt with a fringe, Victoria, 41, hadn't rocked bangs since 2009, when she had a sweeping cut that softened her bob.

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