Tuesday , 23 December 2014
Hair Fashion News

Hair Trends for 2014 season

The trend for the 2014 season marks a return of the hair loose, free, youthful with a natural look.                               

The hair trends in major world gateways

During London Fashion Week, brands Antonio Berardi, Christopher Kane, Burberry and Tom Ford showed on the catwalk wearing scalps natural smooth but nothing structured. However, it clearly denotes a straight cut style, parted in the middle.

 

Meanwhile on the catwalks of Milan, Roberto Cavalli presented his models with straight hair behind her ears slightly sharp and lateral divisions. The brand showed models that used Giles long straight hair , natural wavy, referring to th e style “grunge” .

In the main runways of Paris, the show Jean-Charles de Castelbajac showed slightly wavy hair and looking fresh as newly risen, while Kenzo hair was “easy”, always placed behind the ears, showing a messy style.

In turn, in the parade of the brand Karl Lagerfeld, the hair was very smooth in the style of Chanel , wearing a touch of class to the subject displayed inside necklaces, neck chains and wool coats.

In all these runways the trend was mostly wear a simple and elegant style with a clear adherence to style short hair .

In short the hair for next season 2014 shows a clear trend for straight hair but unstructured , free natural. The hair loose , unattached be the star. However, if you have naturally straight hair can opt for hair straightening but in the most natural way possible, that is, without using chemical straighteners, choose good products that give you a natural look.

Remember that the trend for the 2014 season will use the loose hair naturally straight with slight waves ie, no structuring in your hair, only fresh and natural.

Then I leave a photo gallery to learn about the trends hair style  for the 2014 season:

 

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