Admittedly, the current hairstyle trend for the 2021 party season takes getting used to. Because the Bouffant is back. What's behind it? Bouffant means something like fluffy in German and is an allusion to high-backed hair. While the hairstyle has tended to show bad taste in recent years and was associated with serial heroines like the shrill Fran Fine from The Nanny, the party season 2021 is back on teased hair. We reveal why the bouffant deserves a revival as a hairstyle trend.
Designer Jeremy Scott revived a hairstyle trend on his Spring / Summer 2022 catwalk for Moschino, which we are now adapting for the current party season. He sent the models with a bouffant hairstyle (teased hair) down the catwalk, referring to the 60s and style icons like Audrey Hepburn, who had the teased updo with her role as Holly Golightly in the classic film Breakfast at Tiffany's made a cult.
In 2021, film divas will again be relying on the Bouffant. Lady Gaga, for example, showed herself on the promo tour of her current film House of Gucci with the trend hairstyle and cleverly brings the teased hair into the present with a half-up. Newcomer Tessa Thompson presented herself during the press tour of her film Seitenwechsel with a bouffant that was based on the look of Audrey Hepburn. Conclusion: The Bouffant has left its disreputable image behind in the party season 2021 and is celebrating a deserved comeback as a noble hairstyle trend.
The bouffant hairstyle is not only reserved for Hollywood ladies in the current party season. After all, the fashion and beauty motto for winter 2021 is: splurge instead of a mess. This makes the eccentric bouffant the perfect hairstyle trend for unusual party outfits.
This is how the hairstyle trend works: The front and back hair are separated with a horizontal part. Then the front hair is styled straight - whether with a side or a middle part is a matter of taste. The back hair is teased up on the crown of the head with a specially cut comb. The rest of the hair can then be styled as you like - as a half-up like Lady Gaga or a bun like Tessa Thompson. And finally: With this hairstyle trend, you definitely shouldn't skimp on hairspray. After all, this gives the bouffant the necessary support for the party night.