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Hair Inspiration - The Chanel Romantic Half-Up Hairstyle

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For the luxury house F/W2020-2021 showcase at Paris Fashion Week, the models strutted down the runway in romantic '70s chic half-up hair in natural loose waves.

Chanel Half-Up Hair Hairstyle Paris Fashion Week 2020

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Many supermodels have been spotted in that '90s half-up half-down hair in their off-duty looks. However, what Chanel brought us at their F/W2020-2021 show at Paris Fashion Week was a little different. Instead of the sporty and street style half-up hairstyle, the F/W2020 Chanel look was more '70s French chic, completed with loose waves and accessorised with bows and flowers. 

Behind the look is British hairstylist Sam McKnight. He mentioned on his Instagram that the hairstyle was "inspired by that French girl in the 70s, soft, loose, flowing volume. With modern wispy waves in homage to the gothic Victoriana of that era." He also added that the waves were created using medium hair irons, and he teased the hair for more volume at the top and back with Easy-Up Do Texture Spray.

We love the hairstyle for its versatility and femininity, not forgetting how easy it is to recreate it. Remember to add a bow, or your favourite hair accessory t0 make your look more interesting.

Let's take a look at the how the models wore this romantic hairstyle for F/W2020-2021 Chanel runway at Paris Fashion Week.

 

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