Here is a trendy hairstyle that we will see everywhere in 2022!

This hairstyle, or at least its original name, appeared in the beauty world in 2013. Here are photos from 2022

As the name suggests, it is a medium length cut, trimmed to the clavicle height.

Like the bob, the clavicut cut is open to interpretation: you can choose the long version, below the collarbones, or the shorter version that touches the shoulders.

The great thing about this style is that it can be adapted to any situation. Our hair is still long enough to be tied in a ponytail or bun, and its length allows for lots of volume when left down.

Klawicut reinvented your way!

Besides the distinct length of this cut, it is very customizable. We can add, for example, tassels to curtains or adjust them in various ways with our favorite irons.

Klawicut, the key trend of 2022

If this cut has been put off for a few seasons, we can thank stars like Hailey Bieber and Margot Robbie for bringing it back to the heart of current hair trends.

So we can say that this is the hairstyle that will take on from the next visit to the hairdresser!

Why does our hair hurt sometimes?

Do you sometimes feel “hair ache” – and we are not talking “morning after” here, but feeling pain or a strong sensitivity of the scalp.

Whether it’s tenderness, an unpleasant sensation at the root, or irritated skin, there are a few things that can cause these unpleasant sensations.

Among the most common causes: daily aggressions such as weather conditions, a swimming pool or the wrong shampoo or hair product, as well as certain diseases and infections such as atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, and even food intolerances or allergies.

2 minutes to understand the lice on your hairstyle.


In order to deal with this problem, one should first of all try to explain its source. Assess if your skin’s natural protective barrier may have been dried out or disrupted by certain factors such as climate, dermatological treatments, stress, and even hormonal changes, such as during menopause or pregnancy.

Then make adjustments to your lifestyle, e.g. don’t tie your hair too tight, use a milder shampoo and less if you use it every day.

Also, make sure you prefer a healthy and balanced diet and limit sources of stress, both psychological and dermatological. You can also massage your scalp regularly to oxygenate your skin and improve blood circulation.

Of course, if any condition appears to be more serious (headaches, plaque, very sensitive areas, etc.) or persists, see your doctor.

Hair straightening, the art of hairdressing.

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This week, a lady is writing to Luc about a hair straightener.

Hello Luke,

I straighten my hair with a straightener almost every morning before going to work. However, around mid-day, my ends start to frizzy and my hair doesn’t look as good anymore.

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I would like you to give me some advice and would like to know which shampoos and treatments to use (apart from the straightener I already use) for a perfect and long lasting straightening.

I would also like you to tell me when to use them (before, after straightening, etc.). Then my hair is rather thin, brittle and greasy quickly. Thanks in advance for all the advice.


Hello Sarah-Jade,

Do you straighten your hair with a straightener every morning and start curling again in the afternoon?

Number 1: shampoo

As I often say, it all starts with the shampoo. You should use a shampoo to help straighten your hair and take the same conditioner; the next two effects prepare the hair for straightening.

Straightened hair

Number 2: styling product

Then, use a styling product that has hair smoothing and moisture-blocking properties. Even with a straightener, some hair needs to be dried straight or as straight as possible and free from moisture. If any moisture remains in your hair, the straightener won’t be able to do its job efficiently and the moisture will come back to haunt you within hours of styling.

Number 3: dryer

As I said at the very beginning, in order to make a good blow, it is very important to choose a dryer so that you do not get discouraged during the drying process.

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Therefore, you must first evaluate the weight of the dryer to know if you can keep it at your fingertips for minutes.

The short wind grip allows you to hold the dryer close to the hair, making maneuvers requiring precision easier.

Then check the engine power.

Avoid hot dryers with weak blowers as they can damage your hair.

Instead, choose a device between 1600 and 1800.

Today, there are many materials to choose from dryers, such as tourmaline and ceramics, which, when heated, increase the amount of negative ions, which makes it easier to polish your hair.

The most important thing when using a styling dryer is that you use its nozzle to spread the air flat over the hair and thus help close the cuticles for more shine to your hair.

Forgetting the attachment, the diffusion of air is so wide that other sections of your hair are dried out at the same time: this creates an unpleasant crease that will be difficult to correct. However, avoid sticking the tip directly to the brush and keep a few millimeters apart and a small angle if possible.

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Number 4: flat iron

A straightener is a tool that has become indispensable now as it allows you to do many hairstyles. Better to choose a rather narrow iron that will make it easier to reach the root and make variations on the hair. About an inch to an inch and a half shall be sufficient. The device must offer a thermal setting that can be adapted to different hair types and textures (fine hair, for example).

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The degrees of the thermostat should be roughly between 130 and 450 degrees. Ceramics, tourmaline, or a combination of the two provide a smoother result. Tourmaline is said to have a sealing effect on the hair and provide it with negative ions that dissipate throughout the day.

In addition, some irons have nano properties that condition the hair and increase its shine. Clean the chilled straightener with alcohol and a damp cloth to remove stubborn stains.


Say goodbye to oil-based products!

Avoid oil-based products in your hair if you are used to using a straightener, as oil when heated to high temperatures keeps the hair warm and can create a long-lasting frying effect that will severely damage it. Instead, use thermal products that protect your hair and emphasize its shine.


To sum up

Remember that all heated appliances must be kept in motion to avoid damaging your hair.

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