Be bang on trend this spring

21 Mar

At Dream Girl we’re used to taking our inspiration from the catwalk.

But sometimes we can find it hard to successfully take a style we’ve seen in a show and recreate in our bedroom. Let’s be honest, the average woman doesn’t have her own team of stylists helping her out!

The Spring/Summer shows always give us ideas about how we’ll be wearing our hair for the warmer months. But you don’t need to follow them religiously. Nod to a style or take a few hints and tips and work them in a way that’s easy for you to do.

We’ve looked at the hottest trends from this seasons shows and developed them into hairstyles that are simple to recreate, and make your long locks look bang on trend this spring.

 

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Braids

Plaited braids have been on trend for a couple of years now and plenty of us have tried the crown style where you take two plaits and fix them on your head like a hairband. To revamp the style why not try this look we spotted on the catwalks? Wearing your hair extensions style your locks in a simple half up-do. Plait hair behind the ears and fix with a sea-though plastic bobble at the end.

 

 

glamourmagazine.com

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A sleek low pony

A sleek and chic style is all the rage this spring and summer and it translates perfectly from work to play. Those with long hair extensions will benefit from having a high impact look here. Those without may need to add a ponytail hair extension to provide that added length. Style hair in a low ponytail at the nape of the neck. Ensure hair is smooth and flat, no lumps and bumps. Hair will need to be well-conditioned and use serum to make the style shiny and frizz free.

 

 

mydaily.com

mydaily.com

Messy volume

For those of us who can’t do sleek then embrace the mess this spring. Not every style was slicked back, thankfully. A volumised messy do adds a little edge to an outfit while also ensuring you’re bang on trend. Recreate this style by back-combing the hair starting at the front of the hairline to make a quiff and then continuing down to the nape of the neck. Fix your long hair into a classic plait or french braid and wear over the shoulder. Use texturing spray to tease your locks at the roots to ensure you have texture but don’t lose any of the lift. Spray to secure.

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