Despeinada, which means “uncombed” in Spanish, is a loose script, perfect for when you want to convey informality. It'll look good in a long text, or when a few rough and spontaneous word are needed designed by calligrapher and designer Ricardo Rousselot.
Being a packaging designer, his faces are mostly oriented toward that sector, although they won't look in any way out of place in the editorial world or in advertising, for example.
This face was generated in the University of Barcelona Master of Typography, in 2010, where Ricardo Rousselot dictated the “Practicum” . It’s a very versatile design that can be used in small sizes or enlarged as needed. It won't deceive you!
I think that this particular face is halfway between Mistral and Zapfino: rough but clean at the same time. N of its glyphs follow any order, nor do their weights...
In short, if you start writing with Despeinada and you won't want to stop.