Short hair? Or do you prefer long? Have you heard of the 5.5 cm rule? She tells you which hair length suits you perfectly...
Bob, shag, curtain bangs, octopus hair ... - the list of new hairstyle trends in 2022 is long. And always linked to the question: What could suit me best? While many are ready for a visual change for the new year, others are afraid of choosing the wrong hairstyle trend - and then having to let their hair grow forever.
But a rule from John Frieda should now help: According to the experts, you can use the 5.5 cm formula to calculate exactly whether your hair is long or short. Hairstyle technical faux pas is now a thing of the past!
The 5.5 cm rule was developed by the John Frieda team to make it easier for women to decide whether they should go for a short hairstyle. This way you know in advance whether a bob or pixie could suit you. The formula is intended to use a simple technique to assess the shape of the head and reveal who should choose long or short when it comes to hairstyle trends.
If the value is below 5.5 centimeters, the experts advise you to go for short hairstyle trends, if the number is over 5.5 cm you should rather opt for long hair. Of course, not only this formula is decisive, but a professional should also take a look at your face, your contours, and your desired hairstyle - after all, hairdressers are best able to decide whether the rule really applies.
If you now know which hair length is suitable with the 5.5 cm rule, you can concentrate on the latest hairstyle trends. In 2022, bobs will be given a 70s update, shags will be worn long, and curly hair will also remain a big topic. The selection of hairstyle trends is so large - so everyone can definitely find the perfect look for the head shape. Of course, you don't have to go for an extreme change right away: Even after using the 5.5 cm formula, you can slowly approach a new hair length, start with a fringe for a new look, or work with highlights.