2018 has been a great year for hairstyles – Kim Kardashian took glass hair global, we fell in love with some glorious fringe trends and the perfect blend of balayage has never failed to impress.
But if the recent fashion weeks are anything to go by, there is one particular hair accessory that is set to see you through the entire season. Seen across all four fashion capitals, bows are going to be BIG. Get yours now and get ahead of the curve.
If bows aren’t your vibe, there’s going to be some serious hair flipping going on with these other trending cut and hairstyle ideas. Whether you have lusciously long locks or stylishly short hair in a bob or pixie cut, get ready for some serious inspiration overload…
Low-key, effortless and just-so-cool, the ‘shag haircut’ is the chop du jour. Chloë Grace Moretz is leading the trend and all it requires is a quick trim and a volume-boosting, thickening and beach wave-building, texture spray.
If you only buy one item for the upcoming season, make it a bow. It can be bold, neutral, oversized or mini – whatever it may be, just make sure you’ve got one to hand – and in hair. Just. So. Pretty. Tempted to experiment with a fringe but not sure how to pull it off without resembling your mum in the 80s? We feel ya. That’s why we’re loving this fresh new take on the classic fringe: the baby fringe. Tempted to grab the scissors?
We’re almost at the end of fashion month, and it’s fair to say that this season hair was kept simple on the catwalks – we’ve seen a lot of side partings, tousled waves and low ponys. But at the Simone Rocha show oversized braids took centre stage, tied with a black velvet ribbon, the romantic ‘do is perfect for the colder months. Changing your part can change your life (well, your hair look at least). This year it’s all about splitting it straight down the middle. The more dramatic, the better.
We’re going back to 2001 when ghd first launched and the only way to wear your hair was super straight. Need a new tool to do the job? Here are our list of the best hair straighteners to suit every budget. Ballerina buns are back, only this time we’re keeping them smaller (RIP donuts), sweeter and slicked back. Add a braid to your lengths before twisting into a bun for a little something extra.