This uneven bangs above the eyebrows wearing Camila Cabello O Taylor Swift it will be the most watched trend this fall. According to the stylist David Künzleis valid for all types of lengths, “although I do not recommend it for rounder faces”, he points out. Natalia Rusanova, from the Lobelia Sagasta salon, adds that they will be seen in curly manes of the 80s, “since with the curl it is very easy to wear it.” However, long, blunt, rocker bangs are ideal for XL smooth hair, “because they give volume and movement,” says hairdresser David Lesur.
From the afro with which the singer claims her African origin Zendaya al casual high braided updo Willow Smith in the Cartier campaign or those that the model usually wears in her day to day Gigi Hadid, this season open up to all creative possibilities. Carlos Valiente, director of the salon that bears his name in Alcira (Valencia), assures that we will see different versions in the same style or combined with another type of collection such as ponytails or bows. “They are all valid: French, Dutch, cascade, spike, root, multiple, crown, double or messy braid.” The simplest option? The baby braids, those very thin that fall next to the face and leave the rest of the hair loose. The ideal complement? Bows and handkerchiefs.
Kylie Jenner and the Hadid sisters have once again created a trend with their 90s ponytail, very high and on the top of the head, leaving a few loose strands around the face. As well Maria Pedraza She went to the San Sebastián Film Festival with a very sophisticated and romantic style with a wavy high ponytail. The requirement for this hairstyle to succeed? “Have a good mane and thick hair,” he warns Ana Martinez, educator manager of Jean Luis David.
“Bun” (high and low)
The high and disheveled bun wore it Irene Escolar in San Sebastián and we have seen it in the last Badgley Mischka parade. “It is a high updo, with a mirror effect, leaving the ends loose and shot to the sides,” he explains. Ana Martinez by Jean Louis David. According to the stylist David LesurThe low bun, both tight and loose, flatters everyone. “To give it a Victorian touch, just a middle part,” he advises.
Ester Exposito She surprised again on the red carpet at the 77th Venice Film Festival, at the beginning of September, with her long hair perfectly collected, parted in the middle and with a sleek effect (dry ends and roots moistened with gel). “A tip: to reinforce that sleek and that hair does not escape in the area that has gel, use a light fixing hair spray”, advises Conchi Fernández, head of stylists at To Be Aguilar Delgado.
The “bowl cut” with which he surprised Charlize Theron At the beginning of the year – and which was considered groundbreaking – it was already the trend among the freest and most feminist women of the previous 1920s. It made it fashionable again Linda Evangelista in the 90s and returns from the hand of the protagonist of “Bombshel”. Although, be careful, according to the hairdresser Diana DaureoIt has a but: it does not favor faces with a poorly defined jaw, nor does it favor very round ones.