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Do You Dare To Wear This Vintage Hairstyle That The Stars Love?

 

Hairdressing trend alert! A well-known tie-up is making a comeback in celebrity hair. Did you guess which one it is?

It is well known that beauty trends (like fashion trends for that matter) have a little mania to come and go, whether in makeup or hairstyle. Often, the surge in popularity of makeup and must-have hairstyles from years past owes nothing to chance but is the result of the influence of stars on their ever-growing fan base.

Do you dare to wear this vintage hairstyle that the stars love?
 

If we can no longer count the flagship looks of the 90s (or even 2000) which are making a big comeback this year in beauty trends thanks to stars like Bella Hadid or singer Dua Lipa who are their daily muses, they are not the only ones to find a place in our current beauty routine. Another vintage hairstyle, which this time has nothing to do with the appeal we have for the 90s, has also been talking about her lately: these are the two classic braids worn as low duvets on both sides. on the other side of the face, which already promises to take over from the famous boxer braids with which we braided our hair for many months. In short, it a schoolgirl hairstyle that all little girls with long hair wore at least once during their childhood.

It was model Gigi Hadid who was among the first celebrities to adopt them, and others soon followed suit, such as supermodel Kendall Jenner or more recently singer Taylor Swift. But what to think of this regressive attachment?

Gigi Hadid makes a hairstyle from our childhood trendy

Gigi Hadid makes a hairstyle from our childhood trendy | Do you dare to wear this vintage hairstyle that the stars love?
 
Instagram: @gigihadid

Singer Taylor Swift gave in to the trend

Do you dare to wear this vintage hairstyle that the stars love?
 
Instagram: @happinessswiftis

Kendall Jenner wears both braids with XXL lengths

Do you dare to wear this vintage hairstyle that the stars love?
 
Instagram: @kendalljennerstorys

Model Josephine Skriver also wears these pigtails often.

Do you dare to wear this vintage hairstyle that the stars love?
 

Do you dare to wear this vintage hairstyle that the stars love?
 
Instagram: @josephineskriver

A smart protective hairstyle for the lengths

If she has often styled the long hair of the little girls, it is clearly not for nothing! Particularly suitable for medium to long or even very long hair, it is easy to reproduce even when you are not a hairstylist as long as you have two elastics on hand, quick to do for them. rushed mornings when you don't have a minute to lose, and has the merit of preventing the formation of knots in the lengths and of helping to protect the hair from external aggressions (wind, cold, rain, seawater, etc.).

It, therefore, has many advantages. Disciplining the hair at will (even in a hurry), also allows us to curl our hair without heat and therefore without risking damaging our hair fiber in the long run, unlike the methods requiring the intervention of a curling iron.

But if it has a host of undeniable qualities, it does have one small flaw: that of making us look (a little too?) Childish. In real life, it is clear that these two braids are not always easy to assume as they are when you do not have celebrity status.

Our advice for adopting both mats in 2021

Never mind, no need to deprive yourself of its benefits over our lengths and miss out on the trend that we like. We don't completely say no to this trend that reminds us of our childhood and school years, but we still recommend that you twist it a bit to give it a little more panache (and maturity).

So, are you going to embrace these two trendy pigtails?

 
 
 
 
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Orhan
 
01.03.2021
 
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