Take your pick of these trends in hair and colour

Hair trends don’t have to be im­pos­si­ble to achieve

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For­tu­nately for the mod­ern woman, this sea­son’s hair trends are rel­a­tively sim­ple and wear­able.


Oh so sim­ple — this sea­son is all about look­ing nat­u­ral.

Step away from the bal­ayage and en­joy this low-key “wash” tech­nique to achieve a child-like tone of baby-light blonde or mousey brown.

It needs to be sub­tle with a healthy shim­mer, so if your hair is dry and dam­aged from pre­vi­ous dyes, be sure to help it along with some good treat­ments.


For­get the des­per­ate blow-dry af­ter wash­ing your hair in the morn­ing.

Thanks to Calvin Klein in a re­cent show, damp ends are on-trend this sea­son.


Mix up the best of both for­mal and re­laxed worlds with this trend.

Hair is kept neat in the front and on the crown of the head, and fin­ished with a loose pony­tail or bun in the back.

To keep the front neat over the course of the day, pop some hair­spray on your palms and run over the hair to tame any fly­aways.

For the com­plete look, add tex­ture spray to the bun or pony­tail.


Re­mem­ber when you were six years old and clips were THE item to ac­ces­sorise with?

Wel­come the adult re­vamp of this trend with chic clips and slides.

Chanel rec­om­mends to twist and turn the hair while fix­ing in place with clips or hairpins, leav­ing the ends free.

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