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    Blog: Fashion Week Hair Trends to try

    Thursday 04 April, 2013

    This April, get ready to add a little glam and a lot of drama to your hair styling repertoire from loose waves and braids to super chic buns. We can’t wait to try these key hair trends fresh from the Mercedes- Benz Fashion Week runway. 


    Long and Strong
    Get out those GHD’s because sleek, straight hair reminiscent of Wednesday Addams is set to be hot for the coming months. Long straightened locks have taken the place of textured hairstyles we’ve seen for several seasons at Fashion Week. 2013 is all about controlled, glossy lengths that focus more on high impact look. Slicked back or opt for a middle parted down do or a parted to the side for blow dried perfection.

     

    Boyish kind of Punk
    You are seeing it everywhere already but designers are lusting chopped, gelled and messy hair. Fashion’s most stylish women have stepped out at Fashion Week’s all over the globe this year with short hair. In celebrity land, the appeal of the crop is manifesting on set and on the red carpet. The response? Short is utterly chic.

     


    Up do’s and Twists
    There’s nothing more elegant than a stylish up do that’s neatly pinned back and away from your face to expose your beautiful features. Create elegant wet-like French twists, classy low buns, hairs sculpted into origami or go rebellious with your locks and choose a messy bun or top knot and you'll look fantastic without having to spend hours in front of the mirror!


     
    Ponytails and Braids
    To add more interest to your lock, turn towards braids. There are so many braiding techniques out there and they all give different head-turning results. Go for a simple look with a side braid or ultra popular fish braid or goo all sophisticated with a double-braid up do.
      

     

     

    It's important to remember, however, to take a particular style and make it your own. There's no need to look like a runway replica. Just get creative with your own interpretation.

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