Hair like Chanel, Fendi, and Co.? The hairstyle trends for spring 2022 come straight from the catwalk...
The hairstyle trends for spring 2022 are served on a silver platter, so to speak: a look at the runways of Chanel, Fendi, and Co. reveals what's going on with us from now on.
At the Chanel Spring Summer Show 2022, the models' mirror-smooth hair competed with shimmering tops and accessories. And even with the top models of the "Fendace" show by Fendi and Versace, Naomi Campbell, among others, wore the ultra-smooth "pin-straight hair" look. For this, hairstylist Guido Palau used hairpieces to be lengthened in addition to the straightening iron. A shine spray that is activated by heat is essential for re-styling: divide the blow-dried hair and spray with the thermostyler from the crown of the head to the ends of the hair. Part the hair in the middle and gently pull the under hair and then the top hair straight through the straightening iron - and the hairstyle trend for spring is done.
At Tom Ford and Fendi, the comeback of the classically strict "chignon", the professional ballerina neck knot, was celebrated. What was particularly important to hairstylist Guido Palau: Undone was yesterday, today not a hair should stick out. Tom Ford's hairstylist Duffy went a step further in glamor with rhinestone clips. What if you don't have a star stylist by your side? Then simply pull a deep side part and comb a large dollop of styling cream into the lengths. This also gives the hairstyle trend a shine. Then tie a tight ponytail and twist it under tension until it automatically wraps itself around the elastic. Secure with bobby pins (invisible).
Hair scarves are now the most versatile hair accessory, and are therefore also the trending favorite of runway stylists: As a triangular bandana, as with Emily Ratajkowski for Fendi x Versace, it was also placed at forehead height at Anna Sui and Blumarine and knotted at the back of the head. The cool retro version was on display at the Duncan label: the scarf sits loosely on the top of the head and is knotted under the chin. The backstage trick to make sure nothing slips: Spray the top hair generously with hairspray beforehand and then place the towel in place before the spray is dry. Or as with Versace: clip it on with two hair clips.
A hairstyle trend with cultural ties that is becoming more and more popular: styled "flyaways", i.e. fine baby hairs at the hairline, which are modeled in waves and spirals on the forehead - entirely in the tradition of the artistic styling of blacks and Latino-American subculture. To be seen on the catwalk with long strands at the temples like Lila Moss or as fluffy micro bangs on model Paloma Elsesser. For this version, put a dab of hair gel on a toothbrush and brush all the hairs towards the back of the head. Now loosen individual strands with the front part of the brush and frame the forehead in wave movements.
The "reversed fullness" is guaranteed to make waves, because the volume is not available here as a push-up at the roots, as is usually the case, but in the lower half of the hair. On the runways, the full lengths that met blazers or bare shoulders were reminiscent of the 90s beauty trends. Fans of this era scrunch styling mousse into damp hair, root to tip, and part. While brushing constantly, blow-dry the top of your head flat with the styling nozzle up to ear height. The diffuser attachment activates natural waves by pushing up from the tips in a medium setting. If you have straight hair, use a curling iron to help.