Spring is awash with brand new hair cuts, styles, colours and accessories. Both on the catwalk and backstage, we witnessed a lot of new trends and the return of some classic favourites.

Take, for example, the comeback of straight hair, so sleek it was almost glass-like. Super-smooth ponytails also made an appearance at Paris shows such as Balmain and Chanel, while simple, loose straight hair was showcased at Jonathan Saunders and Alexander Wang.

In terms of hair accessories, everything from simple Alice bands to chic crowns were on show – even ‘choker hair’ (loose strands of hair tucked into a necklace, collar or choker) became a thing.

Short hair was also taken to the extreme this season, with the bold buzzcut being the style of the season.

So treat yourself to a new look this Spring – you deserve it!

Sleek and Straight for Spring

Sleek and Straight for Spring

 

 

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New 2016 Spring Looks

April 14, 2016

Spring is the perfect time for transformation. We’ll spare you the caterpillar-to-butterfly analogy, although there is something to be said for casting off your old look (or ‘do) and trying something new as the season changes.

Spring hair trends have officially arrived.

First, let’s talk about Bangs.

Bangs are hot, but the best part is that they come in all lengths and styles, making them just as easy to wear. (Think: every version imaginable, from baby bangs to cheekbone-grazing fringe to curly face-framers.) Short, choppy cuts (both shag and bob versions) are also en vogue, but heed the advice ahead to ensure you come out with something modern that works for your texture.

And color? Icy-blond tones, ranging from a platinum bleach-and-tone to cool, nearly white babylights, are taking hold, while shades of red are being updated with copper highlights and deep, one-color tones. Fret not if you aren’t ready for commitment, because a softer version of babylights is also popping up, and it’s everything you want: universally flattering and super-easy to grow out.

Bangs for Spring 2016

Bangs for Spring 2016