Hair Trends to Follow in Spring 2017


Hair Styles:

For spring’17 hairstylists presented us with something somewhat different. For the last couple of catwalks we have seen a strong sense of individuality including gelled wet look, back structured styles, 80’s throwback trend and plenty of glitter.

Short hair and plaits were never that cool. But this season it’s totally up to you how you are going to wear them bringing us to the idea of personality. Spring 17 is more about inspiration and certain looks, and less about setting trends.

Striking braids for spring:

You should stop spending hours with straightners, try new things up with braids. One of the feminine spring 17 hairstyle trends includes low slung braided bun. There are a number of different braid versions this season like macramé braid, loose fishtail ponytail, mini braids, double braids, wraparound side braid, boxer braids, boxy French braid, twisted rope braid, braid crown, all-over braids from 90’s, pull-through braid,  boho braid and half up crown is the most stunning way to put in volume when hair seems flat. Wear them as you like but with confidence.

Gelled wet look:

Wet looking hair is the raining look of all the spring 17 hairstyles. It works best for those who hate to blow dry hairs, because this style is super smooth and astonishingly simple to attain. When your hairs are still wet simply comb them either back, or with a side part, that’s another trend for this season as well. Then you can use mousse and gel for grasp. To maintain the wet shine, you can layer it up with hair oil.

For an optimistically fierce outcome, the wet look was balanced with intense side part and long hairs at Balmain.

Messy updos:

Instead of clean and rigorous hair trends of spring 17, many designers firmed instead to go with the messy style. Models on runways were seen like they hadn’t brushed their hairs for long, sometimes with just loose hair, messy, while some exercised messy updos.

At the Vivienne Westwood runway, we had seen a combination of updos with the circlet of the head very profoundly ribbed, or just a long flowing lock with an unfeasible amount of flees.

Edgy Bangs:

We had seen a few different catches on bangs this season but favorite ones from spring 2017 hairstyle trends are truly edgy and messy looking bangs. Whether they were intentionally cutted that way or it was for styling, the outcome was cute and plenty punk rock.

Anyone can rock messy bangs with the help of a good stylist to appear modern and light. We had seen its most wearable adaptation on only some of the models at the Chloe show, pairing messy bangs with gently tangled hairs.

At Mary Katrantzou show, we had seen combination of razor cut baby bangs and vaguely sleeker instantly across bangs, the effect was all together cute but little dangerous too.

We also had seen some stunning feathery bangs at Nicole Miller catwalk and also some plenteous feathery messy bangs at Versace.

Hair Trends to Follow in Spring 2017