Hair Trends Autumn / Winter 2015
The catwalks are always great inspiration for future hair trends and this season’s been no exception. We’ve been taking a look through the hair trends for autumn / winter 2015 to bring you our favourites from the runways and the red carpet.
The first of our hair trends autumn / winter 2015 has got to be the braid. There were braids and plaits of every shape and size on the runways and we love them because they are so versatile.
Blake Lively is quite possibly the queen of the braid and she recently posted another of her amazing looks on Instagram which we love. So whether you want to dress it down for time in the country like Blake, or glam it up for the party season, there’s a braided style for you.
Check out this video if you want to learn how to create a beautiful fishtail braid.
Of all the hair trends autumn / winter 2015, rainbow hair is probably the boldest, but are you brave enough to rock this trend?
If multi coloured’s not for you, how about a single block colour? Purples and pinks have certainly been much requested in the Lifestyle Salons in the past few months….
This trend is probably one of the easiest to achieve if you want to mix things up a bit this season. Even better it won’t cost you a penny…
Cherry Red Ombré
It’s about time blondes stopped having all the fun with ombré hair and this fabulous new variation is one of the hair trends autumn / winter 2015 that we can really see taking off. It’s perfect for the brunettes of the world and features cherry red tones woven into brown hair.
Super straight hair
Always a favourite on the catwalks, this style looks so sleek and stunning and could be your go-to look along with your little black dress for the party season. Just remember that if you are recreating this look at home with straighteners, always use a heat protection product.
But if you’re hair really suffers from frizz and you’re finding it unmanageable, a more permanent solution might be what you need. Click here to find out if a Brazilian Blow Dry might be the answer.