Whether it's a full-blown hair transformation or as simple as accessorizing what you've got, statement-making hair is going to be everywhere in 2017. From crimping to curls and icy blonde, here are a few ways you can stay ahead of the curve while skaking things up in 2017!
5 HAIR TRENDS EVERY WOMAN SHOULD TRY IN 2017
Maybe you've sworn off crimping back in the '80s or '90s, but hear us out. From the runways to the streets, crimped hair is slowly but surely creeping back into style. Ease into the look by adding a few crimped strands to a ponytail, or if you're feeling daring, go for a full-on crimped look.
Make sure to apply a heat protective spray before you apply the old crimper to your locks! If you'd rather avoid using a hot tool to achieve the look, braid your hair into tiny braids using a small strand of hair, sleep on them, then remove in the morning for a heat-free crimped style!
CURLS & TEXTURE
Whether you've got them naturally or are thinking about dabbing into the modern perm, there's no time like the present to let curls run wild and free. This year's Victoria's Secret Fashion Show had models taking the runway with their natural, short curly locks – a step away from the usual bouncy curls the show is known for. Other celebs like Blake Lively have been spotted donning textured curls that remind us of an '80s perm. The more definition and volume the better!
Use a beachy spray or mousse to achieve texture and a volumizing hairspray to lock in your look and achieve maximum volume!
Natural and bleach blondes alike, 2017 is calling for a white out. Icy blondes not only look gorgeous on their own, but with pastel undertones like blue or lavender as well. Before adopting an icy blonde 'do this year, make sure to consult your colourist to make sure it's right for you and more importantly, won't ruin your hair!
The '70s meets 2017, the shag is feeling more modern than ever before. Find a stylist who knows how to wield a razor for soft, feathered, and face-framing fringe. The messier, the better!
Which trend will you try this year?