You might not know it by looking at her (that’s the point), but behind this effortlessly cool French girl is a line of beauty professionals, from hairdressers to estheticians.
Hairstylist David Mallet, whose Parisian salon is on Rue Notre-Dame des Victoires, is one such expert. He creates dreamy, undone styles associated with ambitious Parisian women for his chic clientele. are shared.
And how do French counterparts tie their hair now? “There’s a real blueprint for softness,” he says. “Even when cutting a bob that used to be full of geometric lines, it is now very soft. , he says, most importantly, the cut shouldn’t be harsh.
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one haircut that is very de ligur In France, it is a blend of soft, shag and mullet styles. Jim Morrison, with his jumbled wave rolling, provides an excellent, if unlikely, template. “It’s a poetic soft hair cascade that works beautifully on straight, wavy, and curly hair,” Mallett says. Make sure French hair is a little less neurotic.
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Less neurotic than anyone? you might ask Well, anyone whose go-to style is ultra-straight. According to him, the Frenchman is “completely disgusted by his straight hair” and sees it as a surefire way to make it look “dead.” Instead, it’s all about natural movement. Make your hair look completely imperfect. Casually, but just the right way to fall.
“They all pretend they don’t care, but they’ve spent hours and hours pretending they don’t care,” Mallett adds amusingly. “For the French, horror her hair is straight, ironed, straight in the middle, straight from root to ends with highlights. That’s what French women hate!”