Go-To Winter Hair TrendsA new season means new hair trends, and thanks to the 70s making a comeback, you’ll be inspired all winter long. This season’s trends include shaggy lengths, fringes and natural colours for a lived-in vibe. If you’re ready for a change, read on!
The Shaggy LookThanks to Miley Cyrus and her iconic mullet, shaggy do’s are back in style with the 70s look making layers cool again. The shaggy style is defined by choppy layers and a face-framing fringe that softens your features, making it a great option for most face types. It’s also versatile for all hair lengths with natural curls giving the look a rocker edge. To define your layers and create texture, we recommend using a texturising spray like the Oribe Dry Texture Spray for volume and hold.
FringesFringes are having a major moment, but not as you know them. If you’ve ever had a fringe and instantly regretted it, don’t worry we’ve all been there. You just need to find the right style for you. If you have fringe commitment issues, curtain bangs are the perfect option with long sweeping sides that blend into the hair. Unlike a straight fringe, curtain bangs are cut with soft layers in a V shape that frames the face for a 70s look. With such long layers, you can tuck the hair away or keep the fringe hidden whenever you like. What a win-win! If you’re more adventurous, you can try a bold fringe with blunt edges in a look that's Bella Hadid approved. A blunt fringe works best on thick hair types, but if your hair is on the thinner side, just use some volumising spray to add volume and texture.
Natural Hair ColourComing into winter you’ll want to protect your hair from the harsh weather, and with natural hair colour back in style you’ll have healthy hair all winter long. Think natural caramel, chestnut brown and complementary shades that warm your skin tone, giving you that lived-in look. If your hair is unprocessed, a gloss is a perfect way to highlight your natural colour, while semi-permanent colour adds vibrancy with a gentle dye that lasts up to 6 weeks. This trend is all about embracing your natural hair colour in a way that’s low maintenance and kinder to your lengths. What are your favourite winter hair trends? For more hair tips and tricks, find our other blogs here.
Are you ready for an autumn refresh?