BEAUTY

THE LAT­EST HAIR TRENDS EM­BRACE TEX­TURE FOR A NO BLOW-DRY LOOK THAT RE­QUIRES MIN­I­MAL STYLING

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - Stellar - - Contents - by Cleo Glyde

Low-main­te­nance hair trends, and three of the best BB creams.

For many years, those blessed with waves or curls have been en­gaged in a beauty bat­tle to heat their hair into sub­mis­sion. But this year’s big­gest trend sends a new mes­sage: ditch the sleek, straight blow-dry and em­brace your nat­u­ral def­i­ni­tion. From the lush curls at Saint Lau­rent to Prada’s tex­tured looks, the 2017 run­way is show­cas­ing sexy “day-af­ter” loose­ness.

“It’s about ex­press­ing in­di­vid­ual style and hav­ing fun with the hair’s nat­u­ral move­ment,” says Wella Pro­fes­sion­als cre­ative di­rec­tor and celebrity hair­styl­ist, Renya Xy­dis. “You need to add lift, shine and give grippy tex­ture that isn’t stiff.”

Look to a mousse or spray in­fused with salt or sugar to cre­ate this ef­fect. Next-gen­er­a­tion smooth­ing creams con­di­tion but also ac­cel­er­ate air-dry time af­ter be­ing scrunched into damp hair.

“Every­body can go no blow-dry as new ranges cater to dif­fer­ent hair struc­tures,” Xy­dis con­tin­ues. “Balms like EIMI Per­fect Me con­trol thick locks, while Sugar Lift is de­signed to give flat hair vo­lu­mi­nous te tex­ture – with­out the fuss of heat tools.” Fo For a more tou­sled look, ap­ply prod­uct be be­fore bed and lit­er­ally sleep on it.

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