With this' 90s hairstyle inspired by Jennifer Aniston and Christina Aguilera, Bella Hadid heralds the next big hair trend of summer.
Bella Hadid is known for taking inspiration from the 90s for her hairstyling. And with her revival looks she even becomes a role model: Whether her now almost iconic high chignon, which is worn with a center part and two small strands on the face (and which stars like Dua Lipa also wear) or the small space buns that then flooded Instagram - the model successfully brought one or the other 90s hairstyle back into the style focus.
Now the model is reviving a styling idea (again): the zigzag parting! The parting was chosen as a statement hairstyle by Jennifer Aniston and Christina Aguilera, among others, in the 1990s. Bella remains true to her signature look, the high chignon, and only gives it the new detail in the form of this very special parting, which runs in a zigzag pattern along the scalp.
Top stylists, too, are enthusiastic about the comeback of the zigzag parting. Make-up artist Sam Visser, who works with Bella and her sister Gigi, among others, comments on "THE PART" under the photo, thus announcing his joy about the new styling of Bella's signature look.
The best thing about the trending hairstyle? You need a tool that is easy to use: the hair only needs a handle comb to position the parting. In preparation, apply a serum to the hair to tame it. Draw in the parting and fix with hairspray. Then shape the remaining hair into the desired hairstyle: the high chignon, a low-set bun or small braided braids will look great this summer in combination with the zigzag parting.
The fancy parting brings a wonderfully refined detail into every simple hairstyle and makes our hair look as if we had invested significantly more time in our styling than we actually did. The 90s hairstyle fulfills all the criteria it needs for a big hairstyle trend, which is why we are sure that the extraordinary parting will be seen more often on social media as well as on the street in the coming weeks and months becomes.