- Posted by Cortex Beauty Blog
- On February 21, 2018
What are the hottest hair trends that have emerged from the recent fashion weeks in New York and London? We’ve looked at lots of hair and think that these hot looks are going to pull ahead and show some staying power for the rest of 2018:
Pixie and tomboy hair were on display both at the Grammy Awards and during Fashion Week.
The New York Tom Ford show had plenty of pixies. And at the Grammy Awards, Pink was rocking with her powerful voice and deceptively simple pixie. The pixies on display ran the gamut from a simple cut to showing texture at the fringes and bottom. Most were fairly flat at the top, even graphic looking, like Claire Foy of “The Crown”.
Beachy waves were featured at Michael Kors’ New York show.
Beachy waves continue to be a hot hair trend and are great for so many face shapes. Their imperfect, slightly tousled look work well for those with a bit of wave in their hair as well as bone-straight and curly haired people, too.
Curls and Ethnic Hair:
Big loose curls and natural tight curls also were among the hottest fashion fair. No longer were African-American women smoothing and straightening and smoothing their hair. Now, free and natural, these models could embrace the innate beauty of their hair.
Pow! Explosion pony tails burst on the scene in London.
These pony tails were smooth in the front and on the sides, but then were crimped and volumized in the back, looking wild and unkempt.
New York and London Fashion Weeks not only showcase fashion collections, but also hair and hot hair accessories.
An interesting trend was wrapped pony tails. These low ponies were wrapped with visible scrunchies, fabric and even plastic!
In London’s Markus Lupfer show, we saw crystal partings, which are crystal strips placed right on a center or slightly off-center part. They are amazing and can create even more shine than a necklace or earrings. We think they would be awesome on your shortest clients. When do fashion shows give great ideas for the petites?
You don’t have to be a model or a stylist to the stars to recreate these hot fashion hair trends from Fashion Weeks.