One of the hottest trends right now is the side-swept hairstyle: the era of supermodels is back. If you are one of the women who loves the dryer, you have advantages over the others!
In the capillary agenda, works perfect to update it and place it again given the unexpected makeover it has undergone; for being too cheesy, the sideline was canceled on TikTok, however.
Beauty icons of the ’90s, such as Pamela Anderson, were taken into account by the bombshell hair on one side, completely glued to the head; instead of a side parting with straight hair, just like Regina George’s hairstyle in Mean Girls.
With bold waves, they sought to emulate Anderson’s sexy, voluminous hair. In order to propose a more elaborate style, she moves away from the hairstyles that require minimal maintenance, which have been in fashion in the last two decades.
In front of an extra voluminous mane on one side, recognized as side flip hair, attended to New York Zoey Deutch for the Tiffany & Co party this week.
During Milan Fashion Week, Kim Kardashian slicked her platinum hair to the side and managed to forget about the signature middle part for a moment.
With Jasmine Tookes, acting as representative of the millennials and Kaia Gerberwe have a new generation of supermodels who prefer this style, reinterpreting their mother’s legacy for generation Z.
With the return of the 90s hairstyle, the hair dryer has become the star of our beauty routine along with hot rollers and brushes.
Facing the “heavy artillery” backing, a powerful dryer, root support and side-swept hairstyles prevail; without a doubt, it has become the star of our beauty routine along with hot brushes and rollers.
“Very attentive if you want to get a bombshell mane quickly. “First, use ColorWow Raise The Root Spray on dry hair, use a large round brush to shape with a little heat. This will give your hair an instant amount of volume and hold. Then my secret tip is to use hot rollers, which will give a lot of volume and a really flexible curl that you can brush out for that explosive finish,” explained Chris Appleton, Kim’s hairstylist.