Ciao, beach waves! Tousled hair is the hair trend of the season


This is how the new trend hairstyle works
From runway to street style: everyone seems to love the new hair trend Tousled Hair. Slightly wavy and a bit dirty, it has been sighted more and more since 2019. At the New York Fashion Week, at which the new fashion trends for autumn / winter 2020/21 were presented, the tousled hair look was omnipresent this year. It started with supermodel Kaia Gerber: At the shows of Longchamp and Coach, she deliberately tousled her bob.

Tousled hair on the runway

In fact, you can see the look especially in women with chin-length hair. On the catwalk, the tousled bob was seen by Christopher Kane and Roksanda as well as coach and long champ. Slightly curled, a bit messy and intentionally unintentionally styled, the designers presented their models. If you lack the time for perfectly defined curls, you will love this hairstyle!
Tousled Hair (Roksanda)
Tousled Hair (Coach)
Sleek look and tousled hair (Christopher Kane)

Hair trend Tousled Hair: This is how the tousled look is styled

To get the tousled hair look, it is best to apply a volume foam to wet hair and then blow dry or let it air dry. With a curling iron or flat iron you can add definition and texture to the waves. To do this, twist the hair away from the face and leave out the ends. To achieve the messy look, run your fingers through the hair, too perfect waves should be disheveled. You can also use some wax on the tips to create a nice wild look in the lower layers. Not only a bob is suitable for this hair trend, but also longer hair.
Tousled Hair (Longchamp)
Kaia Gerber with Tousled Hair (Longchamp)
Great effort for optimally defined and perfectly styled curls no longer has to be done. With the Tousled Hair trend, things will be much more relaxed and less accurate on our heads in the future. This is how we love hair trends: cool and easy to style in a few minutes!

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