Not all of us are as blessed as the lead character in the Netflix comedy-drama, Emily In Paris; with her thick, healthy long locks. If you are, then these are the styles to consider!
Gabriella Agrusa, from Blushes, Cheltenham, says: “For us, hair starts with so many more factors than the hair itself; we believe in starting with the person, rather than the hair. Our consultation starts with factors such as skin tone, eye colour and facial architecture to determine the shape and length of the cut. Combining this with personal style, any hairstyle has to wear well with who you are as a person and your fashion sense.” So which Emily In Paris tribe are you?
Emily’s hair colour and shape perfectly complements her skin tone and facial shape. It sits best in a central parting, allowing the weight to be evenly distributed, highlighting her symmetrical face. The tone is a natural- warm brown, which complements her hazel eyes and pale complexion. This all brings focus to the eyes and softens the angularness of her facial structure.
Camille’s hair is pure Parisian Chic; relaxed, casual and never anything too try-hard. Her blonde is creamy, working perfectly with her soft peaches and cream skin tone making us question whether she’s got a really great colourist, or whether it’s natural. Her haircut is one that is easily recreated in the salon, it’s soft, the ends have been carefully sliced through to give the impression of it having been lived-in.
Sylvie’s hair is on the finer side, and is a great example of how much bounce and movement you can achieve when using the right products. As we age our hair naturally tends to get finer as our body stops processing essential nutrients so efficiently, and our hair growth phase slows as our hair follicles shrink. A great way to combat this would be following a scalp-specific, anti-fall shampoo and conditioning routine