We have always been inspired by the celebrities as far as the look is concerned and this year, at the Venice Film Festival , there are really some great proposals: the show divas they show off their hairstyles on the red carpet and make everyone’s heads dream.
The stars offer a adaptable and varied hairstyle, which can also be used in everyday life, from chignon to long and sensual fringe, passing through the classic line in the center and modern regrowth grunge , much darker than oxygenated blond hair. A thousand different heads cross the corridor of flashes of onlookers and paparazzi being careful to keep the perfect aplomb.
Trendy hairstyles at the Venice Film Festival 2019
The classic row in the center is back in vogue and is a new essential detail if you want to keep up with the times. The godmother of the Venice Film Festival, Alessandra Mastronardi , knows this well and flaunts the central line with ease. Except for one appearance only, the parting in the middle has been the pearl that has characterized his hairstyles since the beginning of the Festival.
Even the collected hair tells the trail that the trend of the moment is taking: from the perfectly pulled chignon ballerina style , to the softer one or even made up of braids, the tied hair is definitely liked by everyone. The choice appeared on the heads of many celebrities, including Tina Kunakey, Melissa Satta and Matilde Gioli.
The collected hair, therefore, slightly plays down the excessive and designer dress and favors a hippie image of the 70s. The chignon messy , very disheveled and moved, is very successful. composed mainly of braids of different sizes, from the largest and softest to the narrowest and smallest. Combing requires a little patience and time to waste, but it is definitely worth it: the result is elegant, but not too much, to be used every day at work, at an aperitif or at an important event. The important thing, if you want to create the hairstyle, is to arm yourself with a lot of lacquer to be vaporized on the lengths to give a cottony and resistant effect.
A separate chapter, on the other hand, is the semi-collected chignon, not completely pulled up, but not free to leave the hair wild. Cate Blanchett makes it a real question of style: bobby pins and clothespins hold one part of the hairstyle firmly, leaving the other completely loose to show off the length.
The (fake) disorder becomes trendy
If, on the other hand, showing regrowth has always been considered in bad taste, from today the discussion changes radically: regrowth is chic! The maxi chromatic detachment between natural hair and dyed or bleached hair is the new trend, sported for some time by Kristen Stewart is now considered grunge and adopted by many of her colleagues in the world of show. The important thing, the trend itself tells us, is to always show a clean and well-groomed hair and above all a makeup chosen ad hoc.
Another great and inevitable novelty are the beloved waves, this time, however, slightly revisited: no more tight curls at the Shirley Temple and not even super pinup waves; the look changes and becomes almost creased and with a deliberately “post holiday” effect. Imagine the holidays by the sea and no desire to spend time on the crease after shampooing, here are the wrinkled waves, even better if from the tips tending to lightening. Slightly rippled and disheveled they dominate the red carpet and enchant the audience at home. The authors of the disordered effect are certainly Melissa Satta and Michelle Hunziker.
Last, but not least, the long fringe or the long, iconic fringe on Monica Bellucci for several years now that has bewitched Venice. The long fringe allows to give the look sensuality and depth thanks to the locks that fall lightly on the forehead, exceeding the eyebrows by a good bit. It also erases the signs of age.