Discover 10 hairstyles with barrettes spotted on Instagram

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Once very fashionable and then forgotten, barrettes are now back on everyone’s mind!
Discover 20 hairstyles with barrettes spotted on Instagram.

In the early 2000s, the bar was a “must-have” (= accessory to have absolutely). Very popular with certain stars such as Britney Spears, the bar is now back on everyone’s mind and even on the catwalks of the latest fashion week. This trendy accessory has the power to bring a touch of originality to any woman’s haircut.
Adorned with pearls, rhinestones or knots; in geometric shape, wide or thin … You will find your account against the multitude of styles of barrettes available on the market, whether you have a trendy long bob, a short bob, a boyish cut or even long hair!

Hairstyles with barrettes are back in force on Instagram

The main beauty and hairstyle trends spotted on Instagram? Bars in maximum format, which are generally worn on one side of the head only.
We avoid putting more than 2 or 3 so as not to overload. On the other hand, if they are fine and discreet, the trend is to multiply them: chic and glamorous results guaranteed.

What about the message bars? The latter are generally worn in pairs, especially on tied hair.
Some opt for hilarious ďSorry, errorĒ – “Glam, queen” messages, others for city names “New York, Tokyo”, or even for names of large fashion houses.
Regarding the geometric shaped or pearl barrettes, it should rather be worn on loose hair, at the back of the head for a totally successful bohemian look!
And you, are you going to adopt this trend?

>> Discover 20 hairstyles with barrettes spotted on Instagram

Hairstyles with barrettes
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Haircuts to Avoid After 50

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Avoid 50 long hair

If they are fine and rough on the ends, the long hair gives an old look to the face and considerably tired the features.
This is why it is advisable to wear them a little shorter, to give a nice fall to the lengths and boost their volume in roots.
The ideal: opt for a long or medium square, two very elegant haircuts over fifty.

After 50 years, avoid structured cuts

Square balls, straight bangs, plunging squares and other highly structured haircuts are not recommended after the age of fifty. Their graphic-side will tend to harden the lines. To bring softness to the face, favor cuts with soft and refined lines, such as a long square, a wavy square, or an airy mid-long.
Do not hesitate to subtly degrade the wicks of the face contour so that they more easily fit the oval and bring more softness to the cut.

After 50 years, avoid degradations

They tend to thin the hair lengthwise and make it lose mass. Choose solid and dense cuts that will allow you to display a nice volume. If you want to give more movement to your cut, structure only the locks around the face to create a slightly shorter lock that will dress your forehead and temples.
Do not hesitate to work your hair with a round brush and a hairdryer to enhance its movement and give it more volume.

Gwen Stefani’s long hair

Gwen Stefani's long hair
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Mathilda May’s right bangs

 

Mathilda May's right bangs

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Courtney Love’s long-degraded square

Courtney Love's long degraded square

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The mid-long brushed haircut by Rachel Griffiths

The mid-long brushed haircut by Rachel Griffiths

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Laura Linney’s long notched square

Laura Linney's long notched square

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Kim Wilde’s discolored square

Kim Wilde's discolored square

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Jennifer Beals’ long tapered square

Jennifer Beals' long tapered square

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Molly Ringwald’s short square

Molly Ringwald's short square

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The most beautiful gradations of color

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And if we dared the shaded hair? For several seasons now, this colorful gradient has seduced more than one stylish girl. More subtle than the tie and dye (two colors with a clear demarcation), less classic than a balayage (a lightening on the whole of the hair), this coloring is a perfect balance.

To have this beautiful melted result, the colorist applies little product at the mid-lengths and a lot of product at the tips. As in makeup, the important thing remains the blurring. The advantage of this hair trend?

It can be done on natural hair as well as bleached hair. Thus, a brunette can obtain a ombre hair with caramel lengths and blonde tips. But a discolored blonde can very well opt for a gradient going from (false) blonde to blue. It’s all a question of taste … and color. Here are the prettiest ombre hair spotted on Pinterest.

SHADOWED HAIR LIGHT CHESTNUT

SHADOWED HAIR LIGHT CHESTNUT
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DARK HAIR

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HAIR BLOND

 

HAIR BLOND

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HAIR MID LONG HAIR

HAIR MID LONG HAIR

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HAIR BLEU

HAIR BLEU

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HAIR Golden

HAIR Golden

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GRAY HAIR

GRAY HAIR

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HAIR ROSE

HAIR ROSE

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The most beautiful short haircuts of 2020

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Do you want to give your haircut a fresh touch?
To modernize your hairstyle, nothing better than a visit to the hairdresser. How about a short cut?

Modern and practical, this hairstyle is available in square, boyish or bowl cut.
Now is the time to decide for yourself by discovering the short haircuts that breathe the trend in 2020

The most beautiful short haircuts of 2020
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1 – Short cut with natural waves

2 – Platinum short cut

3 – Short hairstyle on curly hair

3 – Short hair hairstyle

4- Short bowl cut

5 – Short blond hair

6 – Afro short haircut

 

 



Best Hairstyles for Round Faces

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You have a round face ? To enhance it or reduce its roundness of your choice, here is the advice of a pro, Marisol Suarez, the creator of the salons in his name. It helps you to determine the cut that suits you, adapted to your face morphology.

Best Hairstyles for Round Faces

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How to recognize a round face?

A round face has an approximately similar distance from the chin to the top of the forehead and from one side to the other of the face, at the level of the cheekbones. It is also defined by its absence of angular lines both at the jaw and at the forehead and by its soft curves, often also by prominent cheekbones which give a somewhat childish air, a “cartoon face”. The full face, sometimes experienced as a defect, is on the contrary easy to highlight.

Round face hairstyles: what is the ideal cut?

It all depends on the texture of the hair, but “a mid-length cut, at the collarbone, with a destructured square base and a moving fringe” seems appropriate. The idea? Create a straight but tapered line on the tips.

This cut is suitable for both straight hair and curly hair, provided the volumes are well distributed.
For Marisol, “we do not always dare to be in the degraded and the bangs, but when the cut is worked, with accidents and many streaks on the face, it gives an extremely fresh side.

As soon as itís too static around the face, on the contrary, itís really the round side that stands out “. So we look for the gradient on the top of the head to give volume and remove the volume from the side.

Can we make bangs with a round face?

“You have to take into account the shape of the eyes and the eyelids but a long bangs, it can be very pretty when trying to highlight a round face.”
You radiate with the development of the cheekbones and the look.

It will also be necessary to think of working according to the hair color. “On the contrary, to attenuate the roundness, we opt for a fringe at the level of the eyebrows with movement, while degrading all around the face”.

Can we try short?

You can go into the court with a round face, “provided you opt for a very unstructured hair-styled faux-short it works very well on fine hair in particular,” says the professional.

On curly hair “it’s also very pretty if we separate the curls”. You have to “feel the texture”, a bit like when you leave the beach.

“The nape of the neck should also remain dressed. We play with hair on the earlobe and we give volume to the top of the head to create movement.”

Mistakes to avoid

The errors to avoid will concern the round face with a small neck: “that’s rather what is annoying”. If you choose a short cut, “the neck must remain ultra-feminine (with many small locks) at all costs”, advises Marisol.

Another not very recommended cut: the plunging square. “Itís the cup that doesnít fit anyone, unless it is extremely important to maintain.” At the end of 15 days, we tend to have two weights on the side with this plunging side which ends up pulling down.

Finally, it is better to avoid “cuts with a too square base” on a round face: we end up with a volume on the sides which will even more round the whole face. “Itís not good for anyone to have volume on the side, but itís even more marked on a round face.”

And to enhance your cut?

We can choose to work a little color, again with this idea of seeking movement.

To enhance the cut and color, you can use creams or serums by looking for a very pretty “foufou” lock look on curly hair, or even a seawater spray, rather on short and straight hair or else on the roots of long hair.

In any case, avoid changing your hair texture with a curling iron, etc. We can do it slightly by bringing movement, but it damages the hair … “The idea is to do with what we have”, recalls Marisol. “We can possibly have fun with color. It is the cut and the color that will give depth, by playing on points of light for example, without having to transform its nature of hair and to damage it.”

In conclusion, what hairstyles to choose for a round face?

Avoid very straight and too short, too strict squares, which will mark all the lines of the face and accentuate the round side of the face, but adopt a mid-length cut with a destructured square base, with or without bangs!