Fashion week faded away and left some really faded 70’s hair style trends behind. Mother’s and busy students are going to love the upcoming season of hair styles because the effortless look is coming back to town.
Little Indian girls will be back in style with their long Bollywood one braid because braids were seen on the runways in every shape and style at the 2016 shows. From Elizabethan crowns at Chanel, to long Indian style Lara Croft braids at Aquilano Rimondi, and chic up dos at Dennis Basso there was an abundance of braids. When it comes to braiding your hair the best results are achieved with salt spray (not hair oil) which adds volume to fine hair.
Remember when it was romantic to tuck a girls hair behind her ear? Well you may not get the chance to do that this season because tucking your hair behind your ear is back in style. Jennifer Lopez and Kim Kardashian must have been happy that models wore long hair tucked neatly behind their ear at Diesel Black Gold, Narcisco Rodriguez and Prabal Gurung. To get this glossy look start by blow drying the sides of your hair back, behind your ears. Once dry, straighten your hair and add a touch of hair spray.
Bring in the New Year with some bangs! Yes, bangs are back, brands such as Lanvin, Bally and Roberto Cavalli went retroactive bringing back seventies hairstyles. Hair was cut just below the shoulder with effortless curls and whisps. For a vintage inspired style focus on creating texture by scrunching in mousse into damp hair.
The time to be trendy without even trying is back! Messy buns are the signature of busy moms and pre-occupied students and now they’re trending. Ballerina buns and messy buns were spotted on the Adam Selman, Miu Miu and Alexander McQueen runways. Send your hair back to 1998 where you used hairspray to keep your messy bun from making its way down your back.
Send your mind back to the early 90’s when ponytails were predominant across every television screen in to land. Remember those big scrunchies you thought were cool back then? Well, keep on forgetting those things because they aren’t ever coming back but the low ponytail is back! Ponytails sat low on the nape of the neck at Alice + Olivia, Stella McCartney and BOSS in 2016 shows. Pull your hair back and add hair spray and bobby pins to the mix if needed.
The upcoming season seems to be a pretty laid back session. Trends from twenty years ago are reappearing. Women can relax and put effort into other things while letting their hair flow/fall freely.
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