This trend hairstyle seems like the smooth transition from closed hairdressing salons to the newfound possibility of having your hair cut again - we welcome the Waft Fringe. It is the latest modification of the curtain bangs and, in spring 2021, combines the desire for a new trend hairstyle with the optimization of the outgrown pony. Inspired by the seventies, you can literally feel the nostalgia of this trend hairstyle, see Farrah Fawcett and Co. in your mind's eye and you can hardly avoid thinking about this pony yourself.
Because: It flatters the face, provides a new look to match the reopened hairdressing salons, and still lets us indulge in the beauty of the past.
Inspired by Brigitte Bardot and Farrah Fawcett, seen on the catwalk - for example at Balmain - and now also being considered as a trendy hairstyle for your own hair. The waft fringe is an extremely casual pony hairstyle which, thanks to the middle parting and the soft transition, actually suits every face shape and is reminiscent of the previously relevant curtain bangs. However, while this trend hairstyle is left in its natural shape and carelessly brushed off the face, the Waft Fringe gains volume. Following the example of the 1970s, you can put it in curls with a clear conscience, blow-dry it from your face, and tease it. Sound exaggerated? It is no longer at the latest when the hair benefits from this simple volume enhancer.
Some may have discovered the waft fringe as a supposedly trendy hairstyle in the last few months - as an attempt to get the outgrown bangs under control again. But in spring 2021 it will be a conscious decision: The Waft Fringe is a pony that is simple in styling and at the same time very effective. For the 1970s-style look, the hair should reach at least to the shoulder and the bangs should blend subtly into the top hair. After all, the focus here is on naturalness.
The hairdresser should therefore part a middle part and cut the bangs diagonally from the inside out - and preferably only start at the level of the eyebrows. Subtle layers can also ensure that the hair falls even more casually and that trendy bangs look unwanted.
When you think of the 1970s, exaggerated blow-dry hairstyles and XXL volume in your hair come to mind - of course, that's not how the Waft Fringe should look. As a trend hairstyle, it is only based on this look, but much more subtle for spring 2021. If the hair structure is thick or there is natural movement in the hair, it may be enough to work with a texturing spray and comb the hair out of the face. With straight or thin hair, on the other hand, the trend hairstyle requires styling: Here you can curl the bangs naturally with straightening iron, for example, or brush off your face with a blow dryer using a round brush.
Tip: If there is no time to wash your hair, you can also use dry shampoo with the Waft Fringe - this makes the hair even more grippy and can make styling the trend hairstyle from the 1970s easier.