Anyone who is in love has to be quite a pain resistant. At least when it comes to the German language and its idioms. Lovers are not only on fire and in love, they were also hit by Armor's arrow, floating on cloud nine, and have weak knees.
And last but not least, the lovers have all sorts of things buzzing around in their stomachs. In addition to airplanes, these are mostly butterflies.
We too fell in love in spring 2021. But instead of butterflies in our stomachs, we have fluttering insects on our heads. They are a really ingenious hairstyle trend. The source of inspiration for our infatuation: Actress Lucy Hale.
The 31-year-old presented herself in a short video on Instagram with her shoulder-length, loose hair, which she styled back on the top of the head with six small butterfly hair clips. A star hairstyle that triggers instant flashbacks of the late 90s and early 00s and is reminiscent of the hairstyle trends of Gwen Stefani, Britney Spears, and Co. at the time.
Lucy Hale wrote about her video: “It's the year 2000. I've just learned the choreography from Britney Spears and I'm going to the video store. Life is good."
It is actually not surprising that the nostalgic butterfly hairstyle is celebrating a comeback in spring 2021. After all, in the wake of the ongoing retromania, numerous beauty and hairstyle trends of the 90s have returned. In addition, the colorful butterflies just put you in a good mood. A feeling that we definitely need after the long Corona winter.
The hairstyle trend is super easy to imitate and also fits the most varied of hair colors, lengths, and structures. For shoulder-length hair à la Lucy Hale, the first part and then separate the hair left and right down to the ears into roughly equal sections. Style these loosely backward and secure with the butterfly bobby pins.
Tip: The thicker and fuller your hair, the more sections and hair clips you should use. And: If you have very long hair, it is best to tie a large braid in addition to the hair clips to hold the hair together.