"Botticelli Waves" are the most wearable (and romantic) curly hairstyle for long hair in spring 2022...
We love bob hairstyles and short haircuts - and they've been a real hit, especially in the past year. Now, long hair is having a moment again, and it's headed straight for a cool (and wearable) hairstyle trend for spring 2022. Find out what it looks like here.
Do you love wearing your long hair wavy? Perfect, because you're totally on-trend now. In contrast to the smooth, shiny sleek look, it can sometimes be a bit messy and frizzy. This is what makes curly and wavy hairstyles so practical and suitable for everyday use. After Mermaid Waves and Curlayage, “Botticelli Waves” are now the order of the day. How do they look like? Continue reading!
Basically, the curly hairstyle is a kind of beach wave, with a fluffy, almost frizzy finish. While beach waves often make a somewhat rigid impression (e.g. with styling products such as Sea Salt Spray), the "Botticelli Waves" are soft and immediately exude a romantic flair.
Does the name Botticelli sound familiar to you? Rightly so, because the romantic waves for long hair were named after the Renaissance painter Sandro Botticelli or his works. Because there you can often see women with such hairstyles: long hair and soft waves that fall gently around the face and lie on the shoulders.
A prerequisite for this curly hairstyle is actually long hair that goes at least to the collarbone. Of course, you can also add waves to shorter hair. For the Botticelli look, however, the hair should have a certain length. For the soft finish we leave wave irons, straighteners, and curling irons aside - it's much easier! First, divide your hair into about four sections. The thicker the hair, the more sections you should do. Then braid each section of hair individually into a ponytail and sleep best with this hairstyle. Tip: If the hair is damp, the effect is even stronger the next day. Stay away from sticky products when styling your hair! It is better to use powdery sprays to give the look more structure.