A quick digital painting exercise that I did, from this tutorial.[link]
The same turian girl from the other picture, "The Edge of Gravity", this time with her hood down.[link]
I know, she has a fringe, but in my head canon... sorry. In "Paragons of the Renaissance" verse, turian girls do have fringes, but they cut it off on the same year they have their puberty, as a way to show how they clear they understood their gender roles in the hierarchy and a sign of their rite of passage.
(Also, a 10 AUS dollar bet that the other reason is that the turian males cannot tell the difference between a man and a woman if they both have fringes at the same time.)
So why this scoundrel kept her fringe? She's more in touch with her boyish side and likes to hang out with the ladies.
In short: She may as well be the Patricia Braden of the ME verse, except in reverse.