10 High-Fashion Hair Trends To Try This Spring/Summer 2017

1. Deliberate Negligence

Intentional messiness by Dion Lee, Zac Posen, & Sportmax

Put away your flat iron! This look seems overtly natural, but you didn’t just wake up like this. We think this style is worn best with a structured shape in order to balance out an otherwise disheveled appearance. Zac Posen used this style effectively during his Spring showcase in combination with bright colours and feminine silhouettes.

2. Throwback to the 60s & 80s

Retro hair inspiration by Anna Sui, Gucci, & Brock Collection

Go for small bangs and a bouffant this Spring/Summer with lots of volume at the roots and soft curls laid on each side. This style was frequently seen on Gucci and Topshop Unique models in the 80s! Anna Sui brought this look back in the 60s as well, with her models rocking Brigitte Bardot’s iconic beehive — perfect for an event or stylized party!

3. The Lateral/ Side Part

Michael Kors, Philosophy, & Prada Hair Side Parts

A Prada inspired side part is a way to instantly change your look with minimal effort. Parting your hair on the side is perfect for an easy style that will give your look a chic touch without taking up hours of your time —  suited to long or short hair!

4. The Middle-Part

Middle Part by Tibi, Roberto Cavalli, & David Koma

Pair a middle part with a low ponytail or bun to get the most out of this look.  Make sure to style the sides neatly for a sleek and flattering style. Roberto Cavalli’s  Spring show combined this hairstyle with patchwork dresses.

5. Natural curls

Fausto Puglisi, Brock Collection, & Marchesa Curly Hair Styles

Curls are “in” this season and we think the more the merrier! Curls are pretty and even better if they look effortless and natural. If you want to try out this trend, avoid adding too much volume at the roots and have the curls naturally come down the sides. Fausto Puglisi had his models walk down the runway with this carefree look.

6. The Wet-Hair Effect

Wet hair Effect by Givenchy, Altuzarra, & Balmain

This wet hair effect can be done on loose hair, or paired with a low ponytail. Try wearing this style with a feminine flowy dress like in Balmain’s show. Alternatively, take note from Givenchy and grunge it up with a dark suit.

7. The Low Pony/Half-Bun

Monique Lhuillier, Chanel, & Josie Natori Hairstyles

This one’s for those with a round or square face. Add a casual, cool, adds an interesting vibe to an everyday outfit! This trend looks more interesting than simply tying your loose hair or a ponytail. If you want to experiment, this Chanel inspired look is for you!

8. The Braided Bun

Creatures of Comfort, Erdem, & Kenzo Hairstyles

This trend is a low plait braided into a long bun and is well combined with both feminine and masculine outfits! Pair a delicate braided bun with your favourite blazer, t-shirt, jeans, and heels for a versatile and collected look. Kenzo and Erdem’s models epitomized this this hairstyle on the runway.

9. High-Bun 

Pamella Roland, Thakoon, & Adam Selman Hairstyles

Just like the low bun, the high bun is also “in” this upcoming season. This style is one of the most functional in everyday life – it’s easy! You’ll find this trend modelled on the runways of Thakoon and Christian Dior.

10. Baby Hair

This trend is best showcased on the runway of Christopher Kane and involves letting those wispies down! We love the way this technique decorates the face and delivers intricate detail to a minimalist makeup look.

Baby hairs backstage at Christopher Kane Spring 2017



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