For this winter season, we necessarily want to change our hair …. Between confinement, uncertain end-of-year celebrations and bleak news … morale is not necessarily good. Changing a little or even a lot is not THE solution, but it can do a little good … Head to the salons in relaxation mode to let go and have fun …
Smooth or curly, yéyé cut, boyish style … romantic curly bob, rock or retro trend, the short can be worn very structured, cleverly neglected or square (spotted at Dessange, Camille Albane or even Mod’s hair). In any case, it offers itself a nice move to be even less strict than in previous seasons.
The mid-length in variation …
Rebel or more classic, vaporous, blurry, stiff and strongly degraded or all curly … the mid-length is simply easy to live (and to style) and leaving a nice square part that plays there too, on all tones.
Along in motion
Stiff lengths like chopsticks are a far cry from. To celebrate 2021, the long distance is all in motion, gaining in lightness and freedom. On the program, long or even very, very long hair like at Eric Zemmour for L’Oréal Professionnel or Dessange, wavy at Jean Louis David or even at Franck Provost, or Biguine Paris. With or without bangs, brushed or more or less wavy, the long is therefore always in action.
A big trend: Slick hair
We like it because it’s easy to make and especially to wear on a daily basis, Slick hair is simply the act of taking off the roots by placing the top of the hair towards the back. It remains to fix the movement with a little gel or hairspray, without pressing them down too much to lock in a nice volume. To be done on short, mid-length or long hair to display a rebellious and chic spirit!
A round mid-length © Maniatis Paris / Laurent Darmon