Fashion is everyday a new beginning and we are back in the retro years!
It comes from the 50s and 60s; retro bun created the craze among high fashion designer. In the spotlight on the catwalk, it became a very trendy style.
The thing that makes it very actual: a XXL volume without shyness. The bigger, the better! Stars as Marion Cotillard and Jenifer Lopez (to name a few) proved it very well!
Voluminous updo have what to pin us!
Collection Hair warns you: don’t be afraid of backcombing! This is the basis for a good hold.
An elegant updo for events or to fancy your days, the retro style is now to be adopted to not be a fuddy-duddy!
Have a look at the hairstyles that take high proportion!
By a side parting that magnify a perfect volume, Schwarzkopf invites us to a delightful roundness.
Camille Albane made up a Pompadour hairstyle very soft that contrast with the elastic headband perfectly worn.
All is luxury, calm and voluptuousness. This graceful bun delights us like an invitation to beauty. Thank you Alexandre de Paris .
Wispy and light, L’Oréal goes for a smoothness hairstyle.
Lucie Saint Claire opts for a structured and high volume that requires all the hair at the back fixed in the bun.
Nature and casual this is the unexpected effect of this French twist accessorised by Claude Tarantino .
The ballerina bun softened by a strand from Rosa Clara is a very refined sobriety.
Jean Louis David lifted gently the top part and created a low ponytail where lengths are smooth and delicate.
A very smart updo with voluptuous volume declined by Jacques Thill .
The headbands fitting around this round bun carried out by Christine Margossian is true elegance.
Schwarzkopf realises a nice volume at the back and leaves gentle movements around the the face.
The classic big hair with long and thick fringe, this is the very romantic style by Jean Marc Joubert .
The ball effect takes all its shape with this shiny diadem signed by Michel Dervyn .
Alexandre Zouari draws a wave on the front with charming and tidy volume.
A free hairstyle with soft curls, L’Oréal rethinks the retro style with vitality.
Smoothed to perfection, this oval shape gives a smart style carefully done by Camille Albane.
Christine Margossian shows off a big icy blond hair and contrasts with a straight fringe. Very unexpected extravagance.
The rock and roll spirit from Top Model brings us nice vibe and cool attitude.
The untidy and messy bun XXL is certainly the most natural en sexy, by Jean Claude Aubry .