Whether you are thinking of getting a drastic new look or just updating your current style, the new hair trends of the season will give you something to think about. You’ll find everything from subtle changes to a complete makeover, as well as styles that you can wear for a day or a few hours.
Here are some of the hottest hair trends of the year:
The Ponytail from the 60’s
Ponytails have always been popular because of their easy-care look, but each decade creates its own spin on the style. The 1960’s-inspired look is fastened low to the neck with the appearance of being easy to create. However, it allows just a bit of volume around the base of the head rather than being pinned to the scalp.
The Side Braid
This look gives a new touch to another popular style in the braid. Having it fastened on the side gives it a different twist and adds a touch of sophistication to a simple design. This season’s style is more textured; this will make creating the style much easier for women in the cold months when it can be difficult to achieve a smooth, sleek style.
For women with shorter hair, the bob is in style again this season. You can choose from the flapper bob from the 1920’s for a touch of elegance and sophistication, or the 1960’s bob that has more volume and texture and looks laid-back and comfortable.
For those women with long hair who want to wear it up, knots are in style this season. You can find messy up-dos that look like you just stuck a few pins in it; you can also select a more styled look.
Knotted chignons pulled low are a simple look that adds a touch of glamour. If you prefer a more detailed design that keeps every flyaway under wraps, the plaited bun is the way to go. It looks complicated to style, but it is actually an easy hairstyle to try and will look great for either day or night.
Let It Flow
Always a popular trend is long hair that just flows down your back with no pins or clips to contain it. Many people cannot achieve the look without it appearing messy, but it can turn out great with the right products.