The virtual – with images, models and tutorials – has increased the aesthetic awareness of women. At the same time, however, it has flattened the taste and encouraged homologation.
To say “I want my hair done like…” means to give up your own diversity. We must get out of virtuality and return to reality, to the dialogue with the hairdresser, whose competence is crucial when it comes to enhancing the uniqueness of every woman.
The new Back to the Real collection is precisely the search for a new splendor, the timeless hair fashion of Compagnia della Bellezza’s hair stylists.
Classy or rebellious. The medium cuts offer an option for every face and personality.
The fringe is the “elixir” of the new season: a “grunge”, Kate Moss-y touch; a compact and graphic British version; or a romantic, soft and naturally irregular one, which opens like a curtain.
Chin Bob (icon: Lucy Boynton)
The bob is at chin height, refined and always modern; with a scaled and “thinned out” texture.
Shag Elisir (icon: Úrsula Corberó)
A jagged, sweetly rebellious retro-futurist mullet. The bangs are super drawn, for a deconstructed mood with lively, upwards tips.
Short cuts become sweet. A perfect cut for the ovals, that also highlights elongated and angular faces, and effortlessly slims up round ones.
Sweet-cut (icon: Kristen Stewart)
Reveals the face, enhances the personality and lengthens the contours with soft lines. The maxi-tuft enhances the feminility with a “sheer”, slightly revealing allure.
Tall at the nape and a disconnected sweet which frees the ears like a headband.
Whole cuts with scalings that give movement to the face. The long cuts of this season exalt cheekbones and mouth, caressing the shoulders.
Long Up (icon: Anne Hathaway)
A long cut that features a shag scaling, a perfect cut for those with straight or wavy hair.
Long waves (icons: Dakota Johnson, Jennifer Lopez, Sienna Miller)
Scaling designed to create “distracted” waves on lengths, but with smooth tips.