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5 Trendy Hairstyles Straight From The Catwalk

What better way to gain some inspiration than off the catwalks of Paris during Haute Couture.

The top designers not only showcased some amazing makeup and outfit looks, but the hair was also one to watch for 2015. From Versace to Chanel, we show you some of the hottest hairstyles which you’ll be wearing over the next few months.

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Braids

Where: Valentino

Italian fashion house Valentino brought back braids this season, and accessorised each with dainty flowers and clips. This is the perfect heat-proof style which stays in place all day long, and brings all the attention to your outfit.

5 Trendy Hairstyles From The Catwalk

Bangs

Where: Chanel

Remember the last time you had a full-fringe? It was probably back in the 90’s and most likely accompanied by a bum-bang and acid wash jeans. Karl Lagerfeld is bringing back this ode the nineties, albeit in a chic and sophisticated way. Keep layers long and wispy to frame the face, and make sure hair is squeaky clean to pull off this look.

5 Trendy Hairstyles From The Catwalk

Hollywood curls

Where: Zuhair Murad

Bring back those hot rollers to create this classic look which will never go out of style. Tight curls were accompanied with a sleek look, and glossy red lips which exude Hollywood glamour.

5 Trendy Hairstyles From The Catwalk

Super straight

Where: Atelier Versace

Versace relied on their signature sexy locks to wow the crowds this season, and created a classic winged liner to go along with it. To make your hair last the distance, use a super-strength mousse to weigh down any curls.

5 Trendy Hairstyles From The Catwalk

Slicked back

Where: Armani Privé

Who could resist a slicked-back hairstyle for the summer season? This style says in place all day (even if it’s super windy), and looks amazing for almost any event. Warm the gel between your fingers, then apply directly onto hair. Comb out for best results, then fasten into a bun or ponytail.

5 Trendy Hairstyles From The Catwalk

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Wedding Hairstyles For Short Hair

Short hairstyles don’t have to be boring – especially if you want something fun and quirky for your wedding day. Inject a little bit of old-school glamour into your cropped look, and get creative with makeup and accessories for the big day. Get inspired by just a few hairstyles which work with any colour and hair texture.

Half up, half down

This classic look is sweet and demure with shorter hair – especially since the nape of the neck and décolletage is exposed. Feel free to add larger costume accessories such as necklaces and earrings which compliment the hairstyle. Part the hair at the top, then wrap tiny strands before pinning them at the back. This style is secure and won’t fall out throughout the ceremony or reception.

Wedding Hairstyles For Short Hair

Twist updo

An updo on short hair is a great idea if you want a low maintenance look, which doesn’t require any touch-ups. Start with day-old hair since this will hold better through the day, and is easier to style. Then get creative and add plaits, twists and a small chignon on the nape of your neck for a classic undone look.

Wedding Hairstyles For Short Hair

Slicked back

A slicked back hairstyle looks amazing on short hair, since it won’t lose it’s hold throughout the day. The shorter the hair – the better! Simply comb through hair and apply a texturizing mousse which will keep your locks looking flawless.

Wedding Hairstyles For Short Hair

Finger waves

Take some inspiration from Daisy Buchanan and replicate the 1920’s finger waves for a classic look. Pair with dark eyeshadow, lots of lashes, and a blood-red lip for instant glamour.

Wedding Hairstyles For Short Hair

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5 Hairstyles To Survive The Heat

Coming up with stylish hairstyles in the summer can prove difficult – especially if you have long, thick hair which has a mind of it’s own. Rather than sweating it out or causing extra-frizz to your long locks, try some of these hairstyles to keep stylish and cool in the heat.

Side ponytail

This look is appropriate for a variety of occasions since it offers a twist to a tired, old ponytail. Part hair to your preferred side, then add some styling mousse and with your fingers create texture at the ends of the hair. This is also a great alternative to heat or styling products which will only make you feel hotter.

5 Hairstyles To Survive The Heat

Low bun

If you really don’t want to fuss with your hair, try a low bun. This is the ultimate summer-friendly hairstyle which will keep your neck and back hair-free. Apply a texturising spray to freshly washed hair, then pin at the nape of the neck. It is your choice if you want a completely slicked-back style, or rather prefer your layers or fringe hanging out the front.

5 Hairstyles To Survive The Heat

Voluminous braid

Try a classic fishtail braid if you want to avoid the summer heat, and keep your hair clean throughout the evening. Part onto one side and thread hair through until you have reached the ends – then secure with a thin hair tie. Take pieces of the braid and pull outwards to create definition.

5 Hairstyles To Survive The Heat

High ponytail

Achieve this look by styling your hair with a curling wand, or adding a little sea salt spray if you’ve been at the beach all day. Then secure into a high ponytail, before adding volume at the ends. This look is perfect if you want to take your hairstyle from day to night.

5 Hairstyles To Survive The Heat

Slicked back

Want to battle it out and wear your hair down instead? Go for a slicked-back look which will avoid any chance of flyaways, and will keep any of your locks from sticking to your face or lip gloss.

5 Hairstyles To Survive The Heat

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