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BY FLORA LYIMO ~ MICHELLE OBAMA NDO THE TALK OF TWITTER TODAY ''KWA MTINDO WA NYWELE ZAKE 'WHICH WAS ANNOYING FRINGE"MBUTA NANGA!!


Irritating? Michelle Obama's longer new fringe may look softer - but viewers said it annoyed them when it constantly fell into her eyes
Fringegate: Michelle Obama's new longer 'bangs', as they are called in the U.S., may look softer - but viewers said it annoyed them when it constantly fell into her eyes'
Michelle Obama's fringe was the subject of debate on Twitter after she appeared to have trouble keeping it out of her eyes while giving a speech.
The First Lady had a blunt fringe - or bangs as they say in the U.S. - cut in January earlier this year. 
But in May she reverted to her longer, side-swept look after the President spoofed the look in some Photoshopped pictures shown during his annual speech at the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner in April.
And today as she gave a speech at the G8 summit in Belfast, the First Lady went for a softer look with flicks reminiscent of Farrah Fawcett in the 70s. 
And it was her growing locks that got cyberspace talking while she gave the televised speech in Belfast today.

One user, Sue Crossan (@scrossannz), wrote on Twitter: 'Watching Michelle Obama's speech in Belfast. Impressive but I wish she would get her fringe sorted out. #badhairday.'

Trendy: The look, debuted by Michelle today at the G8 summit in Belfast, was reminiscent of Farrah Fawcett in the 70s - but it didn't win her many fans in cyberspace
Trendy: The look, debuted by Michelle today at the G8 summit in Belfast, was reminiscent of Farrah Fawcett in the 70s - but it didn't win her many fans in cyberspace"
Nessa O'Mahoney (@Nessao) tweeted: 'Michelle Obama is a terrific speaker this morning. Inspirational. Why do I desperately want to give her a hair clip?'
The speech saw the First lady urge around 2,000 schoolchildren, university students and graduates to step outside their comfort zones, challenge the status quo and help create a lasting peace in Northern Ireland.
Mrs Obama spoke for 10 minutes before her husband took to the stage, and was introduced by 16-year-old schoolgirl Hannah Nelson, who spoke of her desire to see greater stability in Northern Ireland.
She later flew to Dublin with daughters Malia, 14, and Sasha, 12.
Fringe whinge: These Twitter uses lashed out at Michelle's unruly fringe during her speech today
Fringe whinge: These Twitter uses lashed out at Michelle's unruly fringe during her speech today''


FRINGE BENEFITS? THE HIGHS AND LOWS OF MICHELLE OBAMA'S BANGS


Fringe benefits: Michelle Obama's longer new fringe may look softer - but viewers said it annoyed them when it constantly fell into her eyes
The controversial blunt fringe in a portrait released by the White House in February
Bang on trend? Right, Michelle's longer, 70s style fringe that riled Twitter users today in Belfast. Left, the original fringe that garnered endless attention in a portrait released by the White House in February this year'

... and a shorter look in June later the same yearA neat side-swept look in March 2001
No stragglers: A neat side-swept look in March 2011, left, and right, and a shorter look in June later the same year'

A little quiff for Michelle in May 2011
A swept-back style from December 2011
Feeling quiffy? Left, a swept-back style from December 2011, and right, a little quiff in May the same year'

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