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The Spring 2015 Hair Forecast

February 2018January 2018

We’re welcoming spring with open arms! The flowers start blooming, the weather gets warmer and we can start to kiss dry winter hair and skin goodbye. We’ve been watching the runways and red carpets to bring you the latest in hair for spring 2015.

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70’s Front fringe

It’s all about the length for this look, long hair and a long, light fringe. It’s low maintenance, with a sexy cool Parisian vibe that makes it extra appealing.


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We love love love headscarves, not only do they look amazing, they serve many purposes

  1. They protect your hair from the sun and wind
  2. They hide your messy hair
  3. They vamp up any outfit
  4. They suit any hair style or length
  5. The set you apart from the crowd

Point made, now go buy some scarves.


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Slicked back wet look

You might shy away from this one because it looks rather extreme on the runways, but it doesn’t have to be that way. It was popular at this years VMA’s, with Demi Lovato, Kim Kardashian and Gigi Hadid all donning the trend in a very wearable manner.


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Undone Waves

Boho, hippy, beachy, whatever you want to call it, it’s about one thing… easy hair. You can wear undone waves with mid to long hair. It’s all about salt spray and a relaxed attitude.


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Braids and Twists

Braids and twists have been in since last year and there’s no sign of their popularity declining any time soon. Different twist and braid variations have been our Artistic Team’s go-to for the Spring 2015 fashion events; worn romantic or edgy, they look great on the runway. It’s up to you to get creative, add accessories, make it neat and sleek or messy and sexy. Whichever way you want it, braids are working.


Spring hair 2015

Tousled Lob

The long bob, we love it. It works for most hair types, and it’s a celebrity favourite at the moment, with Emma Stone, Karlie Kloss, and Rosie Huntington all pulling it off. It’s a great way to experiment with short hair without going all the way – ask your hairdresser for a more textured cut to make styling a breeze.


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