This fun chic hairstyle is neither bouncy nor beachy, flat iron waves are the new curling wand waves. Waves formed with a hair straightener instead of a curling device create more of a subtle and soft glam look, as seen here fashioned on Kendall Jenner. It’s said to be styled by creating a bend within the hair and pushing it upwards, then seal in the shape with a few clamps of the straightener, release and repeat. Keep your ends straight for a healthy polished look and keep intact with a good amount of hairspray
The Mid-Length Chop
What’s known as the ’lob’ has always been broadly popular for many years. Namely, celebrity hairstylist, Jen Atkin has sad that the 2017 rendition of the mid-length style has a lot more layers. “This is a fun, stylish way to take your lob to the next level,” she says. If your current style is already a shoulder-length do, why cut anything off? Your local hairdresser could just simply add a few layers here and there, by cutting in some texture; you can achieve all manner of looks.
Super, Slick & Sleek
Dig deep and grab out the classic flat iron. One of the biggest styles for the year 2017 as seen on the Hadid sisters, is straight, shiny and centre parted hair. To keep in mind; this style is only going to work if your hair is somewhat healthy, not fried, fatigued and frazzled girls. Be sure to mist a heat protector through your hair before coming close with a 230-degree straightener.
Slick & Shiny
Pretty Little Liars star Shay Mitchell did it, as did Kim Kardashian-West. The slick and shiny style was all over the spring 2017 fashion week, so we know it is going to be a big hit within the hair industry. The slick and shiny hair style that makes your locks look you’ve just stepped out of the pool is a 2017 hair trend that can look just as good in real life as it does on the red carpet. The secret is to work a heavy dose of styling cream or mouse from your roots to mid-lengths to finish up with that instantly recognisable shine with a little bit of a hold.
Slick up your hair, all the way up girls! Done within seconds for a messy, no effort look or scraped back with every hair in place, both looks are red carpet ready with a good amount of hairspray. Done in rumpled texture or stick-straight, the high ponytail adds both an elegance and ease to every ensemble. Bonus: the tighter you secure it; the more lifted your face looks.
Growing Out Shag
The shag was the surprising hit haircut in 2016. But those layers and bangs have to grow out sometime. In 2017, we’ll see the beautiful result of that. With hair that hits just past the shoulders and bangs that are long enough to be split down the middle, the grown-out shag is the haircut to keep an eye on this year. If anything, it’s a way to hint at a shag without giving it your full commitment.