What will be the trendy hairstyles this spring/summer 2021? Chestnut is back in force, long hippie cuts, short rock degraded hair... Discover the 9 essential looks of the season in 40 photos.
This spring, chestnut is making a comeback in our hair! A mysterious brunette look in shades of warm brown tones, sometimes invigorated by caramel and copper highlights.
Despite the success of warm shades, cool blonde will be particularly trendy this season. On short hair as on long hair, it illuminates the lengths, all over or in small touches, appearing in particular on the two front locks which frame the face.
Long haircuts - even very long - will be in the spotlight this summer. But there is no question of excessively smoothing them or styling them in a sophisticated way. On the contrary, long hair will be worn in a hippie-chic way, degraded, moving, and slightly wavy, in a spirit of saving freedom. Check out our tips for longer hair.
The short cuts will be frank, bold, and layered, mixing lengths on the top of the head and shorter hair on the sides and at the back, pixie style. On the styling side, it is the rock spirit that dominates, sometimes softened by a longer strand placed at the front. Tempted by a hair makeover? Discover our article: From long to short: these before and after will make you want to cut your hair
This season, we dare the opulent volume from the root. Glamorous XXL brushing, swollen lengths, retro baby doll-style ties ... The vintage hairstyles of the 60's invite themselves into shoulder-length and long hair for our greatest happiness!
Worked with jelly or a texturizing spray with a crumpled effect, the wavy hair adorns our hair with waves, like after a long walk at sea. Want to do this styling?
The star of the ties this spring-summer 2021? The high bun! Plated in a sophisticated bun, a messy strand or softened by two locks left free at the front or, it brings pep to our looks while clearing our neck to brave the scorching temperatures.
Essential haircut, the square offers itself, this season, rounded and soft lines, avoiding rigid and sophisticated looks.
If spring-summer 2021 puts movement and casualness in the spotlight, one exception remains the plated effect. On short to mid-length hair, it comes from roots to ends and often rubs shoulders with the wet look, achieved with a wet-effect gel.