When it comes to hair inspirations, celebrities are your best friends. Be it colour, cut or style, it's easier to take notes from your favourite celebs. For instance, we now know that Priyanka Chopra’s lob is trending or Nargis Fakhri’s bob should be your way to usher in 2018.
So, which hairstyles are going with us into the new year? Trends say that mid-length is the new long, bangs are the new norm, and hair accessories are back with a bang.
Here are a few hair trends you can think of to kickstart your 2018,
Bangs are definitely going to be huge in 2018 but there are going to be major variations like blunt bangs and short shags. But the curtain fringe is the most liked because of its versatility. It’s a long, tapered, side-swept, cute-girl look which works on every length and texture and is pretty low maintenance. If you don’t want to style them, you can easily pin them up like these girls from Dolce & Gabbana.
2018 is the year when everyone goes short. Nargis Fakhri and Priyanka Chopra have already done it. Having said that, the slicked back bob, sci-fi bob, and 90s looks would be back. While the regular bob will take a back seat, jaw-length bobs will take over. Count us in for this cool-girl look.
Curly and textured hair will elevate to a more relaxed, less structured look. The style will give you a flat from the top and would be more voluminous on the sides.
The mid-length haircut will be a norm, we think. Especially for the girls with the long locks, who may not want to go bob-short. The style is incredibly versatile, easy-to-handle and works for all hair types like Alia bhatt’s version.
There’s a chance that you have stopped using your hair clips and they’re lying around in your beauty kit unused for years but it’s time to put them to use because they’re back in fashion. Straight from Simone Rocha, Versace and Dolce & Gabbana’s Spring 2018 runway, they’ve made their way to reality. Along with hair clips, you’ll be seeing ribbons tied up in the back. Adding a little drama one knot at a time.
The only question is: which one are you?