The Spring Summer season will soon be kicking in and as such to compliment your new season styling here is a breakdown of a few hair trends.
L-R Bogetta Veneta, Missoni, Rochas, Roberto Cavalli
Centre partings were featured heavily on the catwalks, the time of the comb over is over! Whether you choose to wear it sleek or messy, done up or down a centre parting will be a simple way of making your hairstyle SS13 accessible with no cost and no time spent.
If you have been wearing your hair in a side part for a few years you many need to gently train your hair into its new parting. You can do this by making sure to comb in your new central part each and every time you wash your hair and dry your hair into place. Another option is to tie or pin your hair once you have done this to ensure it stays in place for longer. A little perseverance is needed but it shouldn't take long.
L-R Chanel, Christian Dior, Gucci, Bogetta Veneta
The nape of your neck is now a fashion hot spot. Most if not all catwalks session stylists chose to put their buns, ponytails and knotted styles low and into the neck. While buns were still going strong the new up-do choice seems to be heading towards knotted styles as seen as Chanel and Altuzarra, placed into the hair band and pulled back into itself and covering the band over.
2 in 1 Texture
L-R 3.1 Phillip Lim, Burberry, Derek Lam, Paul Smith
Think mixing up your style for 2 in 1 texture. Wear it sleek at the root and messy at the ends. Slicked back with gel at the top and messy at the ends. Most styles worn on the catwalk had a messy texture, almost like the models had styled their own hair. up-dos were loose and dishevelled
Side Fringe / Bangs
L-R Chloe, Moschino, Valentino, Marc Jacobs
Side fringes or bangs were prominent at fashion week, generally made by pulling models long hair across the face and pinning into place as part of a updo. This is a simple and easy way of switching up your style for a day or night without the commitment of having to grow it all out when you get bored.
Hope you have fun playing with some new styles.