A hairstyle consisting of straight cheek-length or longer sidelocks and frontal fringe. The rest of the hair is usually worn long and straightened. As the name suggests, the style is thought to have originated, or at least become common, in the Imperial court during the Heian Period of Japanese history, when noble women would sometimes grow out their hair for their entire lives.
Take notice; this hairstyle requires maintenance, so the sidelocks (long or short) must appear cut at the ends.
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