Following the catwalk trends, hairstyles for 2016 are taking many twists and turns! The hair chop and changes are indicative of the current fashion movement which allows us to explore opposite ends of the same spectrum. So does your hair style cut it?
This year has seen a departure away from over styled tresses! The new done, is undone! Whilst some of the red carpet beauties may have stuck with the tried and tested tousled curls, others are realising the look is becoming too tried and too tested. So what is the next go to trend?
In keeping with the new romantic movement, red carpet looks are shifting towards up styled hair with high chignons and ballerina buns. At the Cannes Film Festival, A-Listers were working towards a plainly beautiful allure, allowing the make up to bring the drama with feline eye flicks and a slick of kohl eyeliner. Look neat, try a messy updo!
Whilst romanticism is definitely on the fashion radar, there is also a desire to move away from an obviously pretty look. So whilst the trend for prissy printed flowers grows, the flip side is to sport a style which looks like you don’t care too much. Introducing the updated page boy, the new perfect hair, relying on cut, not styling.
The chances of the shaggy shroom becoming a norm core styling is unlikely, as it won’t work with those prone to frizz or curl. The new face framing chop lends itself to straight and thick hair. A good stylist will be keen to show the two faces of the boyish basin, with curved chunky layers or the disheveled coolness of the Californian surfer.
Perhaps the new “it” style has been influenced by some of the eclectic designer charm we have seen from Gucci and Louis Vuitton. It’s the fun of piling on prissy prints and contrasting with a edgy hair cut reminiscent of the 1970s. The cut allows your wardrobe to work less hard as it becomes the statement of every outfit. Your ultimate fast track to a fashion refresh.
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