The expert named the most fashionable hairstyles of 2021

The expert named the most fashionable hairstyles of 2021

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The expert named the most fashionable hairstyles of 2021

The star hairdresser named the haircuts and hair color that will be trending in 2021. The relevant material is published by the Daily Mail.

The founder of the beauty salon chain Edwards and Co, Jay Edwards (Jaye Edwards) said that in the upcoming fall-winter season, haircuts in the style of the 90s, as well as straight, so-called “torn bangs” will come into fashion. The specialist explains the popularity of such hairstyles by the simplicity of their styling.

At the same time, according to the expert, in the cold season, the most fashionable colors will be those that are as close as possible to the natural hair color, since they do not require special care. Edwards calls balayage a particularly popular dyeing technique (alternating strands of different shades – approx. “Lenta.ru”) with a smooth transition.

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“Such coloring does not require lightening the hair, which means that their quality will be preserved, which often deteriorates in winter due to the cold,” the hairdresser explained, and for this reason he advised to use hair oil or nourishing masks in the cold season.

In addition, the entrepreneur recommends having a haircut every six weeks to avoid split ends. In addition, you should use less styling appliances as the hot temperatures of stylers destroy the hair structure and make it brittle.

In April, hairdressers listed the hairstyles that will be popular in 2021. It turned out that after the end of the quarantine introduced due to the coronavirus pandemic, visitors to beauty salons prefer to shorten their hair. So, for example, the shaggy haircut is currently popular, which means “shaggy” in English.