Because of old-fashioned! This is how updos will become the hot hairstyle trend in spring 2022...
The updo is currently experiencing something of a renaissance. In any case, it has not been easy for her in the recent past, completely different trends have dominated in recent years, such as natural wavy hairstyles, ultra-straight sleek hair, or glamorous curls. In the meantime, all variations of the bun hairstyle experienced a hype - from the casual messy to the low variant - but the updo fell by the wayside, apart from a few red carpet moments and wedding looks. Until now!
Because the stars and especially their hairstylists seem to have rediscovered their preference for the updo and are reviving the classic. Most striking: The hair is no longer strictly pinned up, but the hairstyles look fresher and looser thanks to additional bangs, side bangs, and the like. Individual strands frame the face and give the somewhat dusty updo a modern touch.
Of course, the influences that the 90s and 2000s are currently having on fashion are also noticeable in beauty trends. Whether Bella Hadid, Dua Lipa, or Hailey Bieber, they all wear the typical updo of the 90s with the strands plucked out at the front. The practical thing about this style is that it can be worn both during the day and in the evening because it always looks effortless but not haphazard. It's fancier than a ponytail and more casual than a chignon - the ideal in-between solution.
If you want it to be a bit classier, the hairstylists rely on asymmetry: the side parting only causes a wider strand to fall on the face, which immediately gives the updo a pinch of Old Hollywood glamour. In contrast to the preppy Chanel ensemble, in the smooth version, as with actress Anna Sawai, the look appears cheeky and edgy.
Since the start of the series "Pam & Tommy" everyone has been crazy about the signature hairstyle of the "Baywatch" actress - a bit unruly, wild, with loose strands falling out here and there. Heidi Klum, for example, recently wore the updo to Elton John's charity event and was immediately reminiscent of the 90s icon.