The 2000s are making a comeback with trends that we had forgotten. This time, it's the hair graffiti that comes back. Will you fall for this hair fashion?
As you know, fashion and trends are just an eternal beginning. And these days, it's the 90s and 2000s that are coming back to the fore. If some fashions make everyone agree, others, like graffiti hair, may not be to everyone's taste. Do you remember this trend of coloring your hair by adopting patterns on the top? It's graffiti hair, and she's back!
It was none other than singers Rihanna and Dua Lipa who brought this trend up to date. Orange hearts and neon polka dots for Dua Lipa, while Rihanna went for a red and black zebra pattern with mini bangs. You will have understood it is a trend where we dare and color is a must (indispensable) in graffiti hair.
On long hair as on short hair, man as woman, graffiti hair is adopted in all ways and all colors. Red, blue, green, pink, orange… there are no restrictions. One word is master: dare. The early 2000s is known for its exuberant colors and trends and hair graffiti is the perfect illustration of this.
If you fall for this trend, however, you will have to take great care of your hair. Coloring techniques, although they have improved since the 2000s, nevertheless damage the hair fiber. So remember to nourish your hair with preferably sulfate-free products, masks, and oils to treat your ends if you have long hair. The color will probably be the hardest thing to keep intact. There are products to help you keep the color as long as possible.