Hair Styles 2012 Trends

The season’s catwalks have been awash with gorgeous, playful, feminine hair trends, we have rounded them all up in one easy-to-follow guide for instant inspiration, immediately allowing you to tame your tresses like a Hollywood starlet.

Ombre Hair

Hair Styles 2012 Trends | Hairstyles 2012

This progression from the previous staple ‘dip dye’ trend is an updated, more natural way of creating a seamless blend from your root shade to the color on the ends of your hair. Initially more statement and high impact in finish, this time around the trend is becoming more beautiful and far more delicate. Keep your make up style simple and striking to enhance the rock and roll intensity of this look.


Fringe Benefits

Hair Styles 2012 Trends | Hairstyles 2012

Hair Styles 2012 Trends | Hairstyles 2012

Chart topper, Christina Perri demonstrates how to wear the feminine, side fringe perfectly; coupled with soft, girly waves this hair trend gives any wearer an instant dash of grown-up glamour. Which fringe style will suit you is a question of trial and error; to maintain this look, remember to fix with a flexible hairspray. Why not experiment with clipping your longer fringe into a stylish quiff or French braid? The options are endless!

Glamorous Grey

Hair Styles 2012 Trends | Hairstyles 2012

One of the most unique hair trends to have emerged in recent months seems to have turned our society’s obsession with youth on its head… literally! Finding your first grey hair might send the fear of God into some of us, but with a whole movement of grey-haired celebrities and models walking the runway, going grey gracefully is becoming a little easier to swallow. If you’re still apprehensive, why not give the trend a go with a subtle grey streak or start with an icy blonde like Kelly?


Extreme Pixie

Hair Styles 2012 Trends | Hairstyles 2012

Taking the plunge and trimming your flowing locks into this on-trend, pixie style is about the most extreme image change on offer. Perfect for the upcoming summer months, this risky yet elegant look is approved by fashionistas worldwide; be sure to ask your hairstylist for a short, soft, wispy-layered cut with enough length to allow for a face-framing fringe in the front – or take your favorite celeb-inspired pixie picture with you for a reference!

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