Some haircuts look beautiful but are simply not suitable for everyday use due to the styling effort. Not so these three hairstyles, they always work.
Fresh from the hairdresser, we love our new haircut, it is perfectly styled and prepared. But the next morning comes the rude awakening because unstyled the cut suddenly doesn't look so beautiful anymore. Often, however, there is simply no time for big morning styling and we go out with hair we don't like, frustrated and uncomfortable. Look familiar to you?
Expert Antonio De Luca, an owner of the first pure balayage salon in Germany, knows exactly which hairstyles make your hair stand on end in the morning and ensure a bad hair day. Therefore, he reveals three hairstyles that just always go, are easy to care for, hardly need any styling, and can be worn wonderfully on every occasion.
Bob always goes. If the hair is a little shorter in the back than in the front, it generally looks fuller and livelier. There are many different ways to cut a bob. There is the classic bob, in which the front hair extends to the chin and the back ends around the end of the ear.
If you like it a little longer, you can opt for a long bob. Here the hair stays shoulder-length and is only slightly shortened at the back. This hairstyle isn't quite as extravagant as a classic bob, but it still has a lot more pep than simple, long hair.
Another variant is the increasingly fashionable micro bob. This is chin to ear length and is cut almost completely straight around the head. This hairstyle works best for people with straight hair and also looks great in combination with a pony.
By the way: In general, a bob makes thin and fine hair more voluminous and gives it pizzazz without the need for a lot of styling.
This hairstyle intentionally looks a bit like a bad hair day and is still stylish, elegant, and casual at the same time. As the name suggests, the cut comes from France and has already been worn by celebrities like Brigitte Bardot, and top model Heidi Klum has been wearing her French cut for years.
Typical of this hairstyle is the fringed bangs, which make you feel as if you were just letting them grow out. This can also be a little longer and is sometimes simply tucked away behind the ears. The rest of the hair falls loosely and in a slightly layered manner over the shoulders. The hair can be medium to long. And why is this cut so easy to care for? Well, because it's perfect, even if it doesn't seem like that at all. Because the French cut should make a slightly wicked impression and therefore does not require a lot of styling. Run your fingers through your hair a few times, toss your hands a little and the perfect hairstyle is ready.
Medium-length hair suits almost everyone and is almost always easy to control and style. Plus, this length never goes out of style. Medium-length hair dries relatively quickly in the air, it does not hang down sluggishly because it is not as heavy as long hair and you can still make a wonderful bun. Medium-length hair often extends from the shoulder to the collarbone. Medium-length hair also looks great half-closed, simply tie half of the hair back into a bun and leave the rest open.
A few strokes of the brush in the morning are often enough to get medium-length hair back into shape and leave home fresh.
Short to medium-length hair is not only trendy, but it is also easy to care for. So if you don't feel like taking care of your hair for half an hour every morning, you can pack the above tips when you next visit the hairdresser and discuss with your hairstylist which of these hairstyles is the best suits your type.
Antonio de Luca swears by movement and life in the hair and wants to bring structure instead of layers and cuts into the hair. Whether bob, French cut, or medium-length hair, in his opinion all these hairstyles are very trendy and easy to maintain.