Gone are the days of ombré and half shaved heads, which exploded onto the beauty scene *ages ago*. Older looks are slowly fizzling out and are being replaced by a set of fun, new hair trends. In order to help you stay ~ahead of the times~, we have documented the hottest new looks from around the hair globe that will inevitably be “the next big thing”. So if you want to be a #trendsetter, then try out these new stylish dos’. They will be cool, for awhile, at least.
Photo: Marcus Ohlsson for Vogue
Deeply saturated colour such as rich reds and electric oranges are fresh off the runway and are hitting the streets. A single tone drenched throughout your entire body of hair will turn heads and make a statement that no one can ignore. The only problem is deciding what colour to try out first…
Deep Side Part
The “deep side part” is a variation on the classic “side part”. To achieve this look part your hair further down one side of your crown and either let your mane run free, or to be extra trendy, pair it with the do’ below; the “wet look”.
Let’s be clear, “wet” looking hair does not mean “greasy” hair. You still need to shower to put this hair trend into action. As seen on numerous runways such as David Koma and Rag & Bone, slicked back hair held into place by gel is making a serious comeback. Hopefully they are still making Dippity Do…
Say goodbye to straight cut fringes and hello to uNeVeN front bangs. The best part about this trend is that you can do it yourself! All you need to do is carelessly chop away your hair and hope for the best. The more uneven the cut- the better the bangs.
All Over (Natural) Colour
Highlighted and two-tone hair is passé; solid all over colour is in. Ditch your dyed mane and get back to your roots by letting your hair grow in naturally, or have your full colour touched up every four to six weeks. Either way, no more OMBRÈ!!