Sanremo, fringe like Annalisa or high ponytail like Angelina? 7 hair trends


Sanremo, fringe like Annalisa or high ponytail like Angelina? 7 hair trends

There are also many hair trends from the Sanremo Festival. The festival is never just music, it reflects customs, fashion, beauty and launches trends. From the artists on the Ariston stage here are at least seven trends in cuts and hairstyles.

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The Roman hairstylist Cristiano Russo identified them for ANSA LIFESTYLE, who also explains how to create them.
Smooth sleek effect
Very smooth and bright. Possibly very long, perhaps with the help of extensions , whose super sleek red hair was the protagonist of her look. “To recreate this type of effect – said Russo – it is necessary to have a hairdryer, a suitable brush and, if necessary, based on the type of hair, also a straightener. It is always a good idea to use a heat protectant, which will not only protect the hair, but will give us the opportunity to obtain a shiny effect. The final touch for an impeccable sleek effect is the use of a polishing or modeling product that regulates the hair.” Sanremo inspiration: Annalisa
The hairstyle is a bit reminiscent of the times of the Spice Girls , a trend that returns after a long time and is in the wave of recovery, for Generation Z who didn't experience it, the late 90s and early 2000s, when all the MTV pop stars sported little face-framing braids hanging from half-updos or pigtails. “It is a trend suitable, above all, for very young people who gives a touch of playfulness to the look”, underlines the hairstylist. Not only for women but Afro braids are also a trend for men. Sanremo inspiration: Angelina Mango. Ghali and Mahmood on the third evening.
The fringe is back on top. Starting from the 'drop-down' one, versatile, more or less full. Curtain bangs longs can be modeled on different types of faces. It has a soft and non-stiff effect. Together with the hairdresser, you can decide its length and lightness. Sanremo inspiration: Alessandra Amoroso
Pony tail and ultra tight chignon
Hair tied back, pulled tight and combed back. “It is an effect that is obtained by using gel or wax, in order to avoid the messy effect of baby hair”. A hairstyle that enhances the eyes and has a lifting effect on the contours of the face. Sanremo inspiration: Angelina Mango and Maria Esposito of Sea Outside.
Hollywood waves
An evergreen of glamor that never goes out of fashion. “It is a styling linked above all to red carpets, to elegant occasions. These are well-defined waves ideal for medium-long hair. To make them you need tools such as irons and plates. The waves should be combed with a wide-toothed comb and fixed with hairspray. It is very important that the wave starts at ear level, so that the hair gradually loosens towards the ends, creating a cascade effect.” Sanremo inspiration: Emma Marrone
Glossy Hair
All the hairstyling we saw during the Festival had a common denominator: the glossy effect . The hair appears healthy, bright, shiny. “It is a non-aggressive treatment that is particularly suitable for dry and dull hair. It derives from the English term “gloss”, or polish, in fact it serves precisely to give that brightness that enhances every type of hair” he explained. Sanremo inspiration: Giorgia
Medium bob
The bob, i.e. the even cut, is evergreen and the key cut of 2024. “You can opt for a length below the ear or slightly longer, based on what is needed to make it even, giving greater geometry. It all depends on the type of hair. Those who, for example, have thicker hair, to avoid the helmet effect, should lighten the lengths, creating a beautiful movement. Alternatively, you can opt for a slightly longer bob, enhancing the front part and leaving it soft, perhaps with a long fringe.” Sanremo inspiration: From Rose Villain to Alessandra Amoroso.

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