For or against the return of the hull?
It was to be expected, with the strong comeback of the fashion of the 2000s, certain trends that would have done better to remain buried forever, are now reborn from their ashes. If we were ready to ignore the renewed craze for ultra-thin eyebrows or if we even admit to being rather excited by the rebirth of dental jewelry, blue eyeshadow, or tinsel hair, we dare to shout it out loud: the resurrection of the "coque" hairstyle is a definite NO!
We can understand that this capillary eccentricity can awaken surges of nostalgia in some people, but without wanting to break your delirium, we must recognize that this hairstyle is anything but flattering. However, many have tried it: from Rihanna to Beyoncé via Eva Longoria or Jessica Alba, references in fashion and beauty, who have never managed to convince us that this cut was stylish.
We even imagine that Amélie Neten must regret having made it her signature look at the time of Secret Story and the Angels of reality TV, where her ponytails and her ultra plated chignons were always embellished with a " poof" well rounded at the front of the face. And she is far from the only one to have made the heyday of the hull since ten years ago this hairstyle was on almost everyone's head.
The goal was to lift her hair by pulling it and flattening it as far back as possible with gel and wax, separating a strand on top of the head. This was then creped in order to take off the roots, before being folded down to form a bulge. What to allow to obtain according to the statements of the time, a rock or glamor effect, which still leaves us speechless to this day, unless we left for a ride...