7 Things French Women Never Do To Their Hair
These are interesting revelations from the care of French girls to have a beautiful hair naturally.
When people mention French women, they always give many beautiful words to their beauty, because at first look, they make us impudent of pure beauty, a bit of freedom and charm. In addition, more impressive than the beautiful costumes or light makeup, hair is the highlight of their charm. It seems to be suspicious, but in fact, they take care of hair very simply and always have the following remarkable principles:
- French women never dye their hair.
“Do not dye your hair, or if you do, only in your original color to highlight it, or to hide any gray.”
French women dye their hair to appear natural and to suit their complexions. It would seem they do not dye their hair to follow fashion trends. I haven’t seen many pastel bobs on the streets of Paris as yet. Let’s not get carried away though, French women do dye their hair. They go to a great deal of expense and time to make it appear natural. And that is the secret, natural.
- French women never use a hairdryer.
“Do not dry your hair with a hair dryer (in fact, you might as well throw your hair dryer away) but instead use two much more environmentally friendly resources: fresh air in summer and a towel in the winter.”
If the number of hair salons in Paris buzzing with blow dryers are anything to go by I doubt that this is true. Younger women may follow this lead but not all.
- French women never wash their hair every day
“It’s not worth washing your hair every day, as it’s usually on the following day…that your hair gains a certain weight that in turn gives it the right volume when tied up in a bun.”
Second day hair is usually the best. Slightly messy with a little more texture, always works for me.
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- French women never accessorize their hair.
“There’s no point in accessorizing your hair.”
French women don’t wear clips and bands, sparkles or colour in their hair. Simplicity and natural always the key.
- French women never leave the house with wet hair.
They usually choose the best time for shampooing in the early morning or evening when they return home. Then, they will have more time to dry their hair in natural way. Absolutely they never go out with wet hair; you will not look neat at all.
- French women never forget the power of scent.
“A touch of perfume on your hair, behind your ear, or on the nape of your neck, never did anyone any harm…”
- French women never complain about the heat.
“Bless that magical time in the summer when your hair, with some sea water and sunshine, becomes simply perfect: a little bit rough, a little bit lighter, and a little bit salty.”