Hair colour can change - can redefine - your look. And if there's a colour that truly makes a statement, it's a bold platinum blonde. For 2012 and 2013 it's a colour that fits neatly with retro revivals and modern fashion alike. Is it for you? Read on for the full report.
Wear it left, right, up, down, wet or dry: the question is not whether the side part is in (it's never really far away), but how to wear it now. Read on for the best interpretations and many a how-to guide.
We're yet to work ourselves through winter, but spring sits on the horizon and we're already taking a look at the hairstyles and hair trends that will define so much of 2013's best months.
As the warmer nights fade and the days shorten our sense of style will change - and so too will our hairstyles to match. Whether it's for practicality's sake or simply because we crave the refreshing breeze of change, fall / winter 2012 will see new hairstyles and cuts entering our repertoires. And the same can be said for men and women. Read on for a run down of fall 2012's hair trends and styles.
Sometimes it's the little things that count... like how your hair is tucked behind your ear. Surprisingly, this little detail can create a number of different looks as the 'half-tuck' becomes the must-know style for the coming season and beyond.
Tomboy. Backstage at shows the word has been repeatedly mentioned like the beat of a drum, a source of inspiration for clothing and hairstyles alike. So much so, that boyish hairstyles for girls have become a hairstyle trend this year. After the break, the hairstyles with boyish charm that you can create for yourself.
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On-trend hair isn't all about styles in 2012. For those with a willingness to experiment and a desire to stand out from the crowd, the humble headscarf if your accessory of choice, pushing the tuban aside and taking on a casual air. Read on to find out whose designed it and how to take it from spring into fall.
We've seen elements of the swinging sixties take up a comfortable spot in the fashion closet, but so too does the decade’s resonance continue to echo in the hair and beauty department. Elegant and classic, yet with a relaxed vibe that means it can be worn day or night, the 1960s low ponytail is one that's easy enough to master. Find out how after the break.
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A little bit grungy, magical and haunted, Marc Jacobs' fall 2012 runway look presented models with twin plaited buns. In front, a few strands of fringe were pulled out and razor-cut for a sharp yet not too clean finish. To recreate the look for yourself, read the full how-to guide after the break.
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Interpreting one view of a sophisticated and elegant British girl, the hairstyle at Paul Smith's fall 2012 showing saw an amalgamation of a chic ponytail at the back and a boyish silhouette at the front. A look that achieved a “grungy but sexy” feel, it's a ponytail with a tomboyish edge that you can create from home. Find out how after the break.
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