In the current lockdown, hairdressers also have to close, which for us means: Bye-bye, next haircut. With these quick hairstyles, you can still get through the transition phase elegantly.
You don't have to hide under hats with these hairstyles.
When the second lockdown was announced, and with it the chance to start the new year with a fresh haircut, a slight panic probably broke out in some of us. Perhaps it was the concern about the regrowing approach or the steps growing out that messed up the new cut. But despite all the desperation: Please stay away from scissors and hair dye! We have collected hairstyles for you that you can use to delay your next haircut a bit.
Have you just dared to take the step (or rather the cut) to a short hairstyle? As we all know, short hair most often needs trimming. But no reason to despair. Take an example from actress Michelle Williams:
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She styles her pixie all the way back and brings some pizzazz to the hair with the elegant quiff. Use a round brush and plenty of volume powder and hairspray. For example, you can perfectly conceal a front section that is growing out and use the longer hair in a sophisticated way for a voluminous look. Hair clips and bows can also ensure a practical and at the same time feminine transitional hairstyle for short hair.
This is the length of hair that should be the least of your worries as you have endless styling options. Pretty examples are any braided hairstyle or the ever-popular messy bun. These options effectively hide hair length, making them ideal for medium length hair growing out.
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With step cuts, the best solution is to style the hair in a curly style. Curls and waves create a smooth transition, which allows you to perfectly compensate for small inaccuracies.
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Divide your hair into the respective step lengths and curl them with a straightening iron or curling iron. You can create wonderful curls even without heat.
If you want to avoid doing hair coloring experiments at home, it is best to use hair bands and hairbands to cover up the roots. Style the hair backward and place the accessory in the middle of your hair. In this way, you can cover your approach very quickly and look modern and elegant at the same time.
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A pony growing out can be really annoying. To get it off your face, we love the tall half-bun. To do this, take your bangs (and possibly a few more hairs from the front to create more volume) in a braid on the top of your head. After you have wrapped the hair elastic once around the section of hair, pull the hair only halfway through so that the hair forms a small bun. The remaining protruding hair can now be pinned around the bun or left hanging out casually. The quick transition pony style is done! By the way: A nice scrunchie enhances the look again!
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