Right so we wanna know, what the hottest hair trends of 2016 are gonna be, and as we're doing all this research we may as well share it with y'all whilst we're here. Natural hair is BIG this Spring.
GO YOUR OWN WAY WITH NATURAL HAIR
Natural in colour and in style, this is the easiest and most suited to you style on the block. It's the most hair friendly, and if you've been looking for a way to keep up to date with this seasons trends, but also keep your hair happy, this is an excuse to ditch the hot tools and stop fighting your natural texture.
Another effect of the trend toward individuality and uniqueness? Ease. Hairstylist Antonio Corral Calero, who created the whimsical, yet simple, twists at Marchesa, said "I wanted something that would inspire the real woman to recreate at home,". Similar knots in varying degrees of distress dominated the runways, but most common factor was that they were all nape-level. Top knots = OUT; low buns are stealing the show.
Good news grungy girls - fringes are back in a big way, and they're unfussier than ever. Forget that perfect, glossy blunt finish and embrace this season's chicest face-framer: choppy, textured bangs.
This season's braids—tight, streamlined and functional—are a major shift from the loose, bohemian ones that tend to pair well with airy white dresses and pop up at festivals. At Louis Vuitton, thin, peek-a-boo braids added subtle texture (think of them as grown-up versions of the hair wraps we all got on vacation as kids), while Proenza Schouler, Céline and Public School showed hard, functional (if the goal is hair that never falls out or distracts) twists everyone already knows how to do.
Today's pigtails, when worn low, close together and with either goth lipstick, dominatrix braids and chokers (Giles) or heavy metal accessories (Chanel), are so much cooler than the ones from the schoolyard.