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31 March 2017
What’s hot in 2017

We see different hair trends emerging every year, whether they’re a throwback to previous decades or taking inspiration from the hottest celebrity on the block.

With Spring around the corner, we’ve already started to take note of the latest must-do’s and we’re happy to share them with you here, whether you’re looking for a change or just intrigued by what you’ll be seeing on the high street, we’ve got our finger on the pulse.


Super sleek

If hair straighteners are your best friend then you’ll be thrilled to hear that super sleek hair is bang on trend for 2017. The smoother the better so if your tresses need a bit of convincing to play ball make sure you stock up on serums and taming products to keep your locks in line. Take inspiration from the SS17 catwalks or fashion pin-ups Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid who are already big fans.


Fake perm

At the other end of the spectrum, corkscrew curls are having a proper moment thanks to celebs like Rihanna who have been papped sporting the perfect faux-perm. If you’re a fan of a low-maintenance ‘do’ then this is perfect for you as it’s easy to achieve with just some texturising spray and a small curling wand. Corkscrew curls also improve with age, so if you’re not into daily styling this style will love you back.


Fringe benefits

If you’ve been thinking of giving a fringe a go, or have already started experimenting with growing yours out then you’ll be pleased to hear that messy fringes are back! It’s all about the shaggy Bardot-look so don’t worry about maintenance as this trend will really deliver a different look regardless of your hair length and texture. Taylor Swift and Alexa Chung have been flying the fringe flag for a while so check out their look for celebrity inspiration.


Bling bangs

The AW17 catwalks were all about bejewelled clips, proving that bling isn’t just for Christmas. A statement slide to one side or multiple mis-matched jewels all over will ensure you’re a dedicated follower of this year’s fashion. Don’t worry if you have short hair, or thin hair that can’t normally support accessories, a top tip is to use dry shampoo on slightly dirty hair, which will help to keep everything in place, or add them to a messy bun.

Go green
Not just for the health conscious, green hair was gaining momentum at the end of 2016 and looks likely to stay well into this year. Thanks to celebrity fans like Katy Perry and Nicki Minaj, Pantone’s colour of the year, Greenery, has already been rocking the fashion world. The shade can work regardless of your natural colour but a good top tip is to make it look expensive by opting for emerald or metallic shades.