‘The Brachel’ is the dreamy Rachel Green meets Brigitte Bardot haircut
Meanwhile, the back features staggered, choppy layers that Jennifer Aniston herself would be proud of. The voluminous, shoulder-length cut has all the attitude and bounce that made the ‘90s cut so famous. And it leans into the midi flick hair trend that’s gone viral off the back of the coastal grandma aesthetic.
If this sounds like your kind of party, be warned, there’s some styling involved. The look coincides with the return of the supermodel blow-dry and The Brachel works best with a blast from your hairdryer, a hot brush or the Dyson Airwrap to gives those layers extra lift-off. Likewise, if you want to get the most from your Bardot fringe, it’s a good idea to set it with heat, so dust off your retro velcro rollers, or hot-brush your fringe back into a curl and pin it until it cools.
Here’s six more ways to wear “The Brachel”…
The Brachel lob
The Brachel bob
The platinum Brachel
The blown-out Brachel
The Brachel for long hair
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