It seems that hair fashion is making a move from eccentric outré to practically wearable. Simply translated: what you see on the runways you can apply to real life, without needing a team of stylists to get it into model shape.
Some of the fashion trends that have been getting publicity recently include:
In addition, hair accessories have been flying, especially those that help you make a statement with your hair.
Positioned low, at or just below the nape, the new, low pony looks best when the hair is long and it’s been ironed straight.
Created by Guido at Ralph Lauren, this chic, low chignon boasts tightly wound knots that are becoming immensely fashionable, especially when combined with a smart, clean part in the center of your head.
All you need to do is have your hair bow-dried straight and secured into a very firm pony. Diamond oil or another shining anti-frizz mist-spritz will help to do the trick.
To change the look, wrap the tail so that the ends of the loop point up, or create a classical ballet bun.
We wrote about Chiara Ferragni’s adventures as Redken’s current hair ambassador in last week’s blog, and so couldn’t resist adding this little number that she sported during Fashion Week in Milan in February. Called the Twist and Tweet (remember that she’s sharing her international Fashion Week hairstyle experiences via Twitter), it is a cunning braid that was apparently inspired by one of the most famous Alexander Wang shows ever, and she says, is one of her favorites.
If you fancy the idea of tying a knot with hair fashion and don’t how, call us at Sheer Bliss Hair Salon, Durham and we’ll help you.
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