The same can now be said for the seemingly very straight, smooth edge that dominated oil in the late 1990s and early 1990s like no other. Put your mind into the days of your youth and you will remember the stars like. Paris Hilton And Nicole Richie (During them Simple life Hey Day), and Lauren Conrad (especially during that time). لگونا۔/Early Mountain Appearance) Straight to the dead, smooth side. Edge Which opposed moisture.
While a bold return to this style of thinking may fill you with fear, we say don’t be afraid. For one, it’s split, which will please General Z-ing TikTokers somewhat.
JLO, For example, the neat bang for her new coach campaign this week, and we can’t love more. Sharing style photos, hair stylist. Chris Appleton Wrote: “Love the new ach coach campaign with JLo. Who thinks Bang should be brought back?”
Lopez later shared photos of the campaign, which showed off her shiny face in all its splendor, giving fans a closer look at her chic mid-bang.
And while the singer / actress / all-round icon is leading the charge, she’s not the only one who has suffered a direct blow of late. In fact, there are many other well-known inspiro to find out if you are not on board yet.
We predict big things for the polite straight bang trend, especially in the middle of the flattering or side fringe style. And if you want to jump on board, the founders of Anita Rice and Stephen Blair. Blur and Rice Salon.Here are some tips on what to ask for when you’re at the salon, as well as how to style your new edge from home (which is always the hardest part!)
“It’s an amazing texture to stretch, we often call this sleek super straight shape ‘glass hair,'” says Rice, referring to the overall look. It often looks better when the hair is very long and longer than the length of the nipple.
“We often do a full 180 with any hair trend, so we’ve had a very rough, lively texture lately that makes it look so smooth and sleek,” he added.
When it comes to which side of the salon is in demand, Blur suggests choosing a slightly longer style that will allow for versatility in the long run, not a straight and sleek look.
“In the salon, we’re still watching sports with layering, customers have added their edges.
“Versatility is key. As seen, straightening the fringe allows this particular style to be accelerated, but a long edge can be easily blown away in the 70’s.”
Once you’ve cut your edges, Rice explains, it’s not easy to style from home. Just reach for your straighteners, and remove the look with high shine spray to enhance the look.