With winter officially here, you might be curious about the hottest trends for hairstyles and hair colours that you should be sporting for the season. The latest fashion runways have exhibited the top styles to wear for winter 2015 and most of these are variations or bold interpretations of classic hairstyles and beauty looks.
If you want to update your look for winter, then you should definitely check out these top hairstyle trends:
Dramatic Side Part
The side part has been a favorite among celebrities on the red carpet for a long time. However, it takes center stage this winter 2015 with an even more dramatic parting. The most distinctive characteristic of this hairstyle trend is that the textures and styles are varied and use different methods of incorporating the side swept element into the hairstyle.
The faux bob is a hit with the runway shows for A/W 2015. This is a stylish look and a great way to test out a bob, especially if you are not ready to commit to a shorter cut.
Hair Colour Trends
This winter, a lot of classy colours and hues are going to be the top trend. Reds or anything with brownish accents is predicted by experts as the top colours sought for by clients. Any vibrant colour that will make your overall winter look pop is going to be a good choice for the season. Aside from red shades, platinum blonde is another noteworthy hair colour trend for winter 2015.
Knots and Updos
Even though knots and buns are typical summer hairstyles, they are also being transitioned into winter with more fancy takes on the hairstyle trend. In fact, trendy buns and updos took center stage in several autumn/winter runway shows this year. The more creative the updo is, the better! A signature take on the trendy updos for winter 2015 is to add braided accents to the hairstyle.
The 1920s style is back with a vengeance! And there is no better time to sport it than this winter 2015! The technique is characterized by super defined waves that sit close to the head.
Which of these hairstyle trends have you been sporting this winter?