Anyone who is a real Disney lover knows immediately who we are talking about when we drop the name Cruella de Vil. For years, the fictional character from the Disney classic "101 Dalmatians" was considered the epitome of evil for all children - after all, the heartless comic figure wanted to have a coat made from the fur of the cute Dalmatian puppies one thing, in particular, catches the eye: her black and white hair.
Now the Disney cult figure has even got his own film on Disney +. In keeping with the film adaptation of "Cruella", stars and influencers all over the Internet suddenly wear the hairstyle trend of the horror figure - above all, singer Gwen Stefani.
Did Gwen Stefani take inspiration from Cruella de Vil for her latest hairstyle? Probably. Because for the finale of NBC's The Voice, the singer relied on the bold bi-color hairstyle trend. The 51-year-old wore her forehead fringes and her ponytail in a strong black. The lower hair, as we know it from Gwen, was allowed to remain lightly bleached/bleached. Whether the bangs and ponytail are just clip-ins - probably. In any case, the look looked pretty cool, but see for yourself:
The influencers are more courageous. Instead of clip-ins and wigs, Internet stars are now relying on the real-colored hairstyle trend. There are no limits to creativity. Some wear the top hair dark and the hair underneath light (looks especially cool in the bun). Still others like Cruella de Vil put on a line at the middle parting - one side light, the other dark. The gentler version: only dye the front two strands in contrasting colors.
You can see the stylish looks of the hairstyle trend here:
Warning: Black hairstyles shape a history full of oppression and racism. The wearing of braids, cornrows, or dreadlocks by the white majority society is therefore referred to as cultural appropriation. This recommendation is therefore aimed exclusively at our black readers.