Friday, 28 January 2011
Tuesday, 18 January 2011
In the midst of Men’s Fashion Week, we’ve all been swamped with gorgeous photographs of the current happenings in Milan. On scouring through the looks from the shows, you boys are really in for a treat when it comes to next season’s hair trends.
First up, Vivienne Westwood. As expected, the collection oozes Westwood’s trademark English style, and the hair did no less. Reminiscent of the 1920s Pompadour Finger Weaving, the hair was kept with a side parting, with the main sections of hair slicked into stylish waves.
Next up, Burberry Prorsum. You can’t fail to notice the brunette barnets of almost every model on the runway; this contrasting with the pale faces of the boys made for a really dramatic and striking look. The styles were all fairly similar, all models had relatively messy, fringed hair. Some had longer, eye-skimming fringes, while others were left with inch-long, fairly unkempt side fringes.
Similarly, Prada had a line-up of boys with edgy fringes and pale faces. However, the runway was awash with precise, horizontal fringes, just covering the upper part of the forehead. There is a definite schoolboy feel to the hair, with a slight element of the ‘bowl cut’, though these boys can certainly pull it off, just like Nicholas Hoult in his Skins days.
Tuesday, 11 January 2011
Ok, so we’ve just surpassed the Christmas/New Year party season, but it doesn’t mean you can’t get the perfect updo to see you through the cold parties of January. A hair bow could be the perfect way to keep your head up during the grim and dreary weather of winter months.
Worn by celebrities such as Kelly Osbourne, Paris Hilton and Lady Gaga; and seen on the runway with Valentino, the hair bow could give your party outfit the Disney uplift needed in the bleak nights out of the coming cold months.
Much easier to create than it looks, the hair bow is achieved by creating a high ponytail, folded over to create a loop. Then split in half, with the ends of the ponytail brought over the middle and pinned to the front. This simple, quick and eye-catching updo will keep you in high spirits and give a cute edge to your party get-up.
Sunday, 2 January 2011
A timeless Hair cut that has taken over the Movie stars and Fashion icons of the modern day. From Victoria Beckham to a newly recent Emma Watson revamp, this classic yet feminine look was originally sported by the lovely Audrey Hepburn who showed the world that women didn't need to be big busted and have long hair to be sexy and attractive.