A headband so big it’s basically a hat!
A progression from the beaded and sparkly slides we saw on the catwalk last year.
Pairing your hair colour to your outfit a la Lady Gaga.
Whether it’s the return of the scrunchie (yes, you heard us right!) or messy schoolgirl plaits, Spring is the perfect time to try out the most coveted celebrity hairstyles and hair trends working their way down the runways and onto the streets. Here are our top three trends you won’t want to miss:
TREND 1: Return of the Scrunchie
The Scrunchie, the hair accessory that almost broke up Sex and the City’s Carrie Bradshaw and her angsty writer beau Berger, is back!
And you can blame the sexy new generation of Supers and singers... Selena Gomez and Bella Hadid love wearing their scrunchies (now known as “hair clouds”) with pride and no sense of irony, whatsoever.
Once relegated to the bathroom cabinet, this throwback 90s accessory is now taking centre stage. Even designers have been getting in on the action, with Balenciaga selling one for a whopping £145. We prefer to pick ours up from our teenage haunt Claire’s Accessories for the bargain price of just £3.50.
TREND 2: Blondes have more fun
As formerly brunette actress Lily Collins proves, dirty blonde is the new go-to A-list hair colour this Spring.
So forget platinum - this season it’s all about adopting the LA vibes with golden shades and distinctly warmer tones, perfectly achievable (and in half the time) with our new product L’Oreal Instant Highlights.
Ask in the salon for more details today.
TREND 3: Schoolgirl plaits
Is anyone feeling a retro theme with hair trends at the moment?! This Spring, give your traditional plaits a messy makeover so they give off that ‘I woke up like this’ vibe.
Keep your plaits loose and a little untidy for that ultra cool look.
Need help getting your hair ‘just right’? As well as our fab cuts and colour, we can create any up-dos or styles you like for parties, weddings and special events. Call us today on 01865 553725 or fill in our contact form to book a time.