Just like all good things, our favourite retro hairstyle has made a welcome return! Curtain fringes are back, and we're definitely on board with doing this look all over again. Originally popular in the '60s (Think Brigitte Bardot with her bee-stung lips and bouffant locks), the look got an update in the '90s, when once again your hair wasn't perfect unless you had some shorter, centre-parted strands at the front — think Kate Moss with her cat-like eyes poking out from a sexy fringe. The centre-parted layers work on any length and are especially good for creating some interest in medium-length hairstyles. They're long enough to be more versatile than a classic fringe: you can still play around with braids and twists when you need to dress your look up a bit. It's the perfect lazy 'do and the not-quite-ready solution to cutting a full fringe. Should you? Shouldn't you? Get a curtain fringe, and you don't have to decide.