IF you think you are obsessed with McDonald’s, it turns out there is always further you can go to show your devotion.
Fans have been getting their fringes cut and styled to resemble the famous golden arches – and it’s quickly becoming a trend.
People have been tagging their looks with “McDonald’s bangs” and the premise is that the two sweeping sides resemble the fast food brand’s logo.
The relaxed M-shaped fringe is easy to recreate and suits numerous different face shapes.
One person to rock the style is Olivia Dayton, who posted a video showed her new beauty look.
She said on her @oliviadaytonn account: “McDonald’s bangs lol.
“Basically they need to be pretty wet, not like drenching wet, but wet enough that they will move with your hands.”
To recreate the McDonald’s-inspired look, you first need to part your hair in the centre and then push the sides of your fringe up to create a raised bump.
Olivia continued: “You can use your hands or a brush, but brush back and pull forward.
“If they won’t stay in this position and they fall I would suggest literally clipping them here until they dry.”
She demonstrated clipping her side fringes up so they sit in a bouffant on your head.
Once your hair is no longer wet, you can remove the clips.
Olivia was inspired to get the fluffy, 70s-style fringe after seeing it on influencer Matilda Djerf.
Matilda frequently styles her blonde locks with the M-shaped look.
And the fashionistas aren’t the only ones loving the look.
One viewer wrote: “Game-changer.”
Another added: “I gotta try this.”