There's no better way to welcome the new year on the right foot than by sitting down in the stylist's chair and reinventing your look. New year, new 'do.New York Fashion Week 2017 has so far showcased a number of looks, with a few making frequent appearances that are set to become trends for the year ahead.
Break out your straightener—straight, shiny, and center-parted hair is one of the biggest trends for 2017. But this style only works if your hair looks healthy—not fried. Be sure to mist a heat protectant through your hair before touching it with a straightener. The good news is that it works with any hair length, but be cautious with how it frames your face.
Neither beachy nor bouncy, flat iron waves are the new curling iron waves. Waves created with a straightener are more subtle and a little less glam. Just create a bend in your hair by pushing it upward, then seal the shape with a few clamps of your iron. Release and repeat. Keep your ends straight for the most polished finish.
As seen most notably by ProeznaSchouler, embracing our natural hair or opting for a strong haircut that accommodates wearing hair in a super relaxed manner is set to take off. The secret to looking good is making sure you have a variation of layers to create an effortless look after washing and wearing your hair. Additionally, the hair flip, the easiest trend featured on the runway, requires you to flip your hair from one side the other, creating volume as a result.
In some lighting it's blonde. In others it's golden brown. This transformative hair color trend is called golden bronde—and it's the perfect warm-toned hair color that can be adjusted to work on all skin tones. So if you've never considered going blonde before, maybe this is your year to experiment with a playful colour that won’t get boring.
Bangs / Fringes:
Heavy bangs, side bangs, grown-out bangs… we’ve seen them all so far on the runway! Models have been spotted with everything from soft to the blunt and bold, to long and shaggy and short and choppy. It’s important to have your face shape analysed to determine the best choice of bangs. Bangs can be made broad and wide to compensate for a narrow forehead of the opposite if you have a wide forehead. Customisation is key!
- Adiba Rahman
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