Hot New Hair Trends You Should Be Wearing For Spring/Summer 2014

Posted on: 30/07/2015, by @magnetlook

Whether you have short, long or in-between hair, we found the greatest hairstyles you should be rocking this spring/summer 2014. Have a look through our gallery to be inspired.


Low Ponytail

An emerging trend on the catwalk is the low ponytail, this hairstyle is neat and easy to do, so why not give it a go.

Jessica Alba looking flawless wearing a low ponytail

Low ponytail at Fashion Week S/S14

Disco Retro Curls

If your looking for a hairstyle to sand out in, then the disco retro curls trend maybe for you.


 

Gwen Stefani wearing retro styled curls.

Retro curls at Fashion Week 2014

Poker Straight

Another popular trend seen on the catwalks is the super straight hair trend.

Kelly rowland wore her poker straight hair with a fringe (bangs)

Super straight hair at the Versace A/W 2014/15 fashion week show.

Messy Updo

Things dont always have to be neat and tidy to look good. The just got out of bed look was seen frequently on the catwalks for S/S 14

Messy updo at S/S 14 Fashion Week

Mermaid Waves

Loose waves come in and out of style, but right now they are in. This hairstyle is perfect for summer, especially on the beach.

Knotted High Bun

The knotted high bun has been seen on many red carpets and spotted on several celebrities. This hairstyle has to be the most versatile, as you can wear this style to pretty much any occasion.

Bob

Bobs are back in fashion and there are so many different ways to wear a bob. One way is the asymmetrical bob Beyonce is wearing, that is curved towards the face to frame it.

Deep Side Partings

Deep side partings where seen in Fashion Week 2014 and celebrities have been wearing this style. Blake Lively wears the deep side parting with straight hair that flatters her face

Low Ponytail

An emerging trend on the catwalk is the low ponytail, this hairstyle is neat and easy to do, so why not give it a go.

What hair trend will you be wearing this spring? Let us know below, in the comment section.

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