This face-framing hairstyle suits everyone
Regardless of your face shape
There is no denying that ‘90s hairstyles are back in rotation. Between supermodel Bella Hadid’s wispy tendrils and Neelam Gill’s chunky chin-grazing strands of hair, it’s obvious that face-framing hairdos have emerged as winners. These double (and sometimes single) cascading tendrils seem to be the ideal way to look put together, without looking too done up. To know exactly how to work this ‘do, check our edit of the best casual-chic looks below…
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The model is a’90s beauty connoisseur and is often spotted sporting the decade’s top accessories, like extra large claw clips and barrettes. For the VMAs this year, her hair was styled in a textured updo with well-defined face-framing pieces of hair.
Tip: Make sure your hair is lightly curled or wavy. The texture will just add more glam
If you aren’t ready to go all in with the face-framing tendrils, just leave a couple of strands out before you pull your hair back in a not-so-messy bun.
Tip: Leave out just enough strands to frame your jaw and make it look snatched.
The actor proves that the ‘90s top knot can take you from couch to club when paired with wavy, chin-grazing strands of hair.
Tip: Don’t forget to spritz on some hairspray to keep this look in place all day
Is there anything cooler than Neelam Gill’s ponytail and straight, long and thick strands? The right answer is no.
Tip: To get thicker sections of hair in front, place two fingers on the side of your head and pull out the sections from the rest of your hair
If we can make a lightly waved, loose tendril ponytail look this work-worthy like Radhika Madan, count us in.
Tip: Curl your loose strands outwards and away from the face
Bring the beach to your hair with Priyanka’s choppy, wavy and glossy hairdo.
Tip: This texture can easily be achieved by using a medium barrel curling iron