The "fringe" hairstyle -- a.k.a. long, side-swept bangs for boys -- has taken over the tween world as we know it.
"Described as 'long, side-swept bangs for boys,' the cut is shorter in the back and longer in the front and is very top heavy," says Cozy. "People are calling it 'the flow' or 'the twitch,' since boys are constantly 'twitching' as they flip their hair out of their eyes. It's definitely the most-requested style right now for boys."
Want to know how to swipe this look? Cozy says it's not hard to achieve!
"The most important thing is how it's styled," she notes. "Choose a product based on the thickness and length of the hair. Use gel on thicker, longer hair; styling cream on thinner, shorter hair. [Try the So Cozy Gel or Styling Cream available at SoCozy.com.] Start by brushing the hair from the top and sides completely forward over the forehead and ears. Then use the product and run your hands through the hair from back to front, giving it a piece-y look and keeping it in place."
Does your tween or teen boy have the "Justin Bieber" 'do?