Parisian & French Women Hairstyle for 2023
FRINGE AND ONE LENGTH
The Jane Birkin haircut from the ’60s is still popular on the streets of Paris today. The French ladies like this haircut because it gives them a casually elegant appearance. You may style this haircut with a middle part (called “curtain bangs”) like Leia or a side part (called “Birkin bangs”) like Caroline. The Birkin bangs are very low-maintenance, but their eye-catching finish is well worth the effort.
AN OLD-SCHOOL BOB
The bob, or bob cut, is a classic style that can be seen throughout the Parisian streets today. It is a short to medium-length size hairstyle that involves the hair being chopped straight across the head, usually across the jawline. It may be worn either with or without frontal bangs.
CURLY BANGS & LOB
To put it simply, a lob is a bob cut that is longer than a standard bob. The lob is often trimmed at or slightly above shoulder level. This particular kind of haircut has also been quite fashionable in Paris for some time. This is a universally flattering and low-maintenance cut for females. Jeanne Damas’s untidy bob and long, loose bangs are on point. It seems quite natural and hip. This French cut emphasizes effortless volume.
A BOB CUT SHORT (FRENCH BOB)
A French bob has a chin-length cut and is combined with bangs that rest on the forehead. This traditional French cut has been updated for the present with a blunt bob, thick texture, and beachy waves. And there are several variants of the cut from which to choose to best complement your own facial features. This French cut is versatile and flattering on a wide range of hair textures, and it requires no maintenance. This style may be updated with a short bang for a more modern feel.
The French woman hates the appearance of having spent too much effort on her hair. This haircut also wonderfully encapsulates the quintessential French aesthetic. The French, as we’ve already established, are strong proponents of loving oneself regardless of external factors, including one’s hair. This look can be replicated on inherently curly or wavy hair by simply letting it air dry after washing. Consider using a volumizing shampoo the next time you rinse your hair.
INVERTED V-SHAPE AT THE COLLARBONE
With its smooth, textured layers and elongated middle part, this classic French cut is the epitome of the carefree French girl. For individuals who don’t want to cut their hair too brief this winter, the collarbone haircut is the way to go. A French cut should have blunt edges and, if volume is needed, a few of layers. Dry shampoo may be used to add volume without seeming artificial, and the process is quick and easy.
TO BOB WITH A CURL
Women having natural curls, or those who like to add curls to existing straight hair, might try out a style known as the curly bob. Bob cuts with curls look cute and are fun to play with. And most bob haircuts are adaptable to curly hair. The secret is in giving it the appropriate form to encourage natural curls. There are many different variations of bobs, such as those that are flipped, tilted, A-line, layered, or graded.