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Best Hair Trends 2016

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New season, new hair: from mermaid waves to poker straight, low ponies to up-do’s, we pick the trends you need to know for Best Hair Trends 2016.

Best Hair Trends 2016

1. Wet Look Hair
Grease was the word at Gucci, Rag & Bone, Mulberry and 3.1 Phillip Lim, which saw models cascade down the catwalk with a new wet-look. A standout alternative to the pretty summer style we’re used to, oily coifs came in various incarnations: from clean centre-partings, to windswept side fringes and just-out-of-the-sea damp curls.

Best Hair Trends 2016

 

2. Make Waves
Summer’s favourite haphazard beachy lengths and shapes plunged deep into the ocean to reveal softer, romantic mermaid-like waves, seen at Calvin Klein Collection and Diane Von Furstenberg. Meanwhile slept-in movement was at its best at Christopher Kane and triumphed at Mulberry, together with the wet look; which saw models don wash-and-go hair for nonchalant natural waves.

Best Hair Trends 2016

 

3. Poker Straight
If it was straight, it was poker straight. As seen in ironed super shiny silk lengths at Chloé, Donna Karan and Miu Miu.

Best Hair Trends 2016

 

4. The Super Low Pony Show
Jason Wu, Victoria Beckham and Helmet Lang gave the pony a low update. Possibly one of the easiest trends to master, just make sure hair is poker straight to keep the look fresh for spring, and position at the nape of the neck for the ultimate streamlined show pony finish.

Best Hair Trends 2016

 

5. Spring Plaits
The braid is back, again, in all its guises for spring. Championed by Giles, Calla Paris and Nicole Miller, it doesn’t matter if it’s hailo, milkmaid, a classic chunky version or a elegant French plait, just keep it unkempt.

Best Hair Trends 2016

6. Deep Side Partings
Extreme side partings inched even further afield at Stella McCartney, Jil Sander and Missoni. Our tip: place your index finger where the eyebrow tempers and trace it upwards though your hairline. This way you’ll never get it wrong.

Best Hair Trends 2016

7. The Edgy Bob
At both Chanel and Marc Jacobs, models got wiggy with it in a series of flicked out bobs with chopped into fringes, in platinum, brunette and rebellious black. Elsewhere, hair stylist Sam McKnight sparked a further wig revolution with his bespoke, bowl cut headpieces for Fendi.

Best Hair Trends 2016

8. Disco Curls
Holly Fulton and Maria Grachvogel took models on a retro twirl around the catwalk with disco-inspired bombshell curls. Fulton drew inspiration from ‘woozy summer days’, sending models down the catwalk with scooped to the side, brushed through curls, while Grachvogel’s approach was reminiscent of Diana Ross circa Studio 54 days. Either way, they both got us longing for summer.

sources: http://www.fashion-styles.net/

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