HAIRCUTS: YOUR CROWN
A hairstyle, hairdo, or haircut refers to the styling of hair, usually on the human scalp. The fashioning of hair can be considered an aspect of personal grooming, fashion, and cosmetics, although practical, cultural, and popular considerations also influence some hairstyles. Hair dressing may include cuts, weaves, colouring, extensions, perms, permanent relaxers, curling, and any other form of styling or texturing.
Following are a few trending hair styles of 2018 in UK
THE UPDATED SHAG
The classic ’70s style gets an update with a deep side part and fewer layers. This is a low-maintenance style, we need to just part our hair on the side, then just let it air-dry — our natural wave will take care of the rest.
A ‘60S FLIP
To get the look, start with dry hair. Using a 1½ inch curling iron, curl just the ends of hair. Finish with a strong-hold hairspray.
HALF-UP TOP KNOT
To create this singularly great look. Let hair air dry, then make a horizontal part from ear to ear. Twist hair up into a top knot, then secure with a ponytail holder.
THE SPIKY PIXIE
We can use our fingers to work a quarter-size dollop of gel through (dry) hair, pulling small sections up and in different directions to create a spiky look.
SMOOTH AND SLEEK
We should use a flat iron to get hair as straight as possible. (Spray hair with a heat protectant first to prevent damage.) Then apply gel from roots to ends, using a fine-tooth comb to distribute gel evenly through hair and let dry.
THE SIDE-PART LOW PONY
So simple, so sophisticated! To get this look, start by flat ironing hair. Then make a deep part on one side, gather hair into a pony at the nape of the neck, then secure with an elastic band.
We’ve to just grab our flat iron and create a few subtle waves here and there by twisting it as we pull it through hair. It will take a few minutes, tops.
Not into the idea of fully committing to bangs? It’s easy to make fake ones for the night just by flipping over a section of hair from the back of our head, and putting the rest up in a top knot, Use a wide comb and some bobby pins to make sure it holds.
Perms are back — just without, you know, the permanence. We can use our curling iron to create tight, bouncy curls.
HIGH AND TIGHT PONY
We have to slick our hair back, secure with a hair tie and some spray, and go about our day looking totally chic and cool. The heat doesn’t even stand a chance.
They’re a year-round trend, but braids are especially stylish during hot weather. French braids and pigtail braids are low-maintenance and easy to deal with during high-humidity weather or on the beach.
NATURAL CURLS AND UNTOUCHED BANGS
Use a wide-tooth comb on wet hair to untangle any snarls and evenly distribute a quarter-sized amount of styling cream to set. If we’re starting with straight strands, let air dry then use a large-barreled curling iron and curl one-inch sections in haphazard directions for the most natural look.
More Of 2018
Trending hair styles of 2015
There were messy ponytails and sleek ponytails, side ponytails and ponytails wrapped in metal, but what they all had in common was that they were seriously low. And luckily, something about that dialing down of the height ended up raising them from cheerleader territory to new levels of sophistication.
We also know, there are really only two ways to part our hair, but amidst all the ’70s references for spring, you have to forgive for kind of forgetting about the deep, glamorous side part. This season, it came back in a big way.
The New Twist
The classic French twist shed its high society image in favour of a looser, younger, cooler look for fall that predictably won over the downtown set immediately. Celebrities’ embraced messiness and ease with this twist, securing it with a statement piece pin and thick ribbon; some even topped it off with a braided extension.
The spring’s prettiest, simplest trend—bohemian waves in long hair—is being carried over into fall. The focus is on thick texture and kinky movement that looks like simply braided damp hair, let it air-dry, then unwound to effortless perfection.
Sure, there were some bobby pins and gold clips, but the best accessories on the runway were all done in luxe leather.
Tie the Knot
We can erase the word “bun” from our beauty vocabulary and replace it with “knot.” Buns are labored over; knots are thrown together when we’re having too much fun to care about our hair.
Trending Hairstyles of 2016
The prettiest waves result from sleeping in buns or braiding our hair on the commute and unwinding it when we get to the office. The one thing all the looks had in common: a center part. It’s softer, it’s cooler, it’s easier, and that’s everything you’re going for.
Skilfully created with a rotating iron, in softer, finger wave form, make a deep side part and work gel through the front section, then take a comb and shape the hair around the face in S-formation. Clip the curves in place to set them; remove and mist with hairspray when we’re ready to go.
Although the modern woman is independent and self-assured—and her hair should be too. Enter the strong, precise side part. It sounds silly, but there’s a bit more strength in the side part; it makes a difference.
Trending hairstyles of 2017
Don’t we all appreciate it when someone says “Ooo, you look AMAZING??” So why not embrace the hairstyles according to our needs and wants? Besides, once a while, change is great!