The actress' shoulder length hair (fringed) is perfect for adding volume to hair when it starts to lose strength. And also for those who are afraid of cutting their hair.
We have a new haircut for those who don't dare to cut their hair. And for everyone who wants fringes (but doesn't dare). And for those whose hair is starting to lose strength at chest height. And yes, Angelia Jolie wears this ideal hairstyle.
Angelina Jolie has shown that hair 3 or 4 centimeters shorter can change everything. The actress wore classically long hair for a long time, but she just cut it a few inches shorter to achieve the "healthy hair effect" we talk about in the headline. Because it is not uncommon - and certainly not from the age of 40 - that the hair begins to shrink at chest level. In addition, the volume and density are reduced. And in those cases, it's better to trim them a bit to give the ends a healthier, fuller look. "Shoulder-length hair is a good alternative for those with thinning hair because it gives them more volume than long hair. Hair from chest height loses strength," María Baras said some time ago when we discussed the benefits of shoulder-length hair. It is the perfect solution to make hair healthier - split ends are more easily prevented - and to make it look visually shinier.
In addition, this length suits all face types - but it looks particularly slim on round faces - and is extremely versatile when it comes to styling. Add curly fringes to soften facial features and slightly lighter hair color with baby light highlights and you have an unbeatable look.
However, it is worth making a fair and necessary comment. When hair is losing strength, shorter manes help, but healthy hair is not just a question of a good haircut - a balanced scalp is a basis for it. In fact, the healthy effects of Jolie's mane also have to do with her good hair care. This was set up by hairstylist Audrey Futterman, who told InStyle that she had used Hask's tea tree oil products to reduce the effects of the intense filming of “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil,” in which Angelina had her hair tied up under horns for hours resorted to soothing the actress's scalp.