Winter Hair Trends 2012

Thursday, November 29, 2012

While I was reading a magazine, a subject got my eyes to make a post about it! You know, girls hate winter because it damage our hair, but this season, getting that straight-off-the-catwalk hair is easier than ever with a series of trend-driven hairstyles. All these ideas are effortlessly chic and simple enough to accomplish just with a handful of hair clips, hairspray and hair bands. This is your Fall/Winter 2012 runway to reality hairstyle inspiration with some of my tips

Sleek and Straight
I couldn't tell you any secrets about how to get a look looks like that since I'm not having a hair bang! A good shine serum and exceptionally brilliant hair iron is your ideal way to attain this not-a-hair-out-of-place hairstyle. 

 Loose Locks
The get-out-of-bed-head look is the least complicated style to achieve this Fall. If you're lucky enough to have naturally wavy hair like me, allow your hair to air-dry it's the only secret to make you're hair looks naturally splendid without adding any mousses or spray. If you have straight hair, braid your hair in several sections while its still wet, allow to dry, spray & unwind your curls.
Elegant Upstyles
 I haven't tried this trend before, I only have it when I'm studying at home! It's a classic French rolls, the upstyle takes center stage this season. To attain this timeless look, pull your hair into a ponytail with an elastic hair band, comb over to ensure there are no bumps, and twirl hair round into a coil with hair pins. Spray to hold. Leave a few loose ends as did the Michael Kors models or defy gravity with hair wax as seen at Preen. The best way to combat a bad hair day, this ladylike look can be done on both wet or dry locks.
 Twists and Braids
Oh baby! This is my favorite hairstyle! You know what? It makes you feel you're still young and looks like Russian dolls. Put a twist into your daily hair routine with a few pretty braids. Use plaited pieces to create your own Alice Band or add a few braids in-between straight locks for some movement and contrast, as seen at Rachel Zoe. Stylists at Suno used hair clips to pin loose pieces up into place, romance was in the hair at Elie Saab and Valentino with pinned-up princess plaits.

 The world's most female-friendly hairstyle is bigger than ever this winter. If you don't know what to do with you're hair, then ponytail is a great style. It makes you feel you're having that glamour style without any effort with doing it.
 I'm not a big fan of this trend by I love to pump up the volume with the elevated & dramatic bouffant! It's really perfect for tall women for a romantic dinner or party ... etc! For this head-turning 2012 party look, tons of hairspray & some effort is required. Add a ribbon or bow for that something extra.

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  1. My compliments for your blog and pictures included,I invite you in my photoblog "photosphera"


    Greetings from Italy


  2. I'm often wearing Loose Locks - Gucci (:

    xoxo Clara_Clary (Stardoll)