The top hairstyles for 2017

30 Dec

How are you going to wear your hair in 2017? New hair, new you?

Dream Girl gives a glimpse into the best styles for the new year so you can pick the ones you want to try.

The low pony

Keep it simple with one of the easiest style to recreate. The low ponytail is simple, elegant and let’s everyone focus on the main event, your gorgeous face. A ponytail hair extension from Dream Girl will help you add a ponytail if you need a little extra length. Add a twist or simply tie with a bow.

Crimping

With 2016’s obsession with both texture and a hint of 80s, it was possibly only a matter of time before crimping returned. The preserve of popstars has been spotted on the Paris runways so it’s best to learn how to do it now. To do without heat just plaint your damp hair into lots of little plaits. Tie them and go to bead. When you wake up in the morning undo each plait and brush through. And there you go, crimps!

Huge volume

Hair is going to be big in 2017 and we couldn’t be more delighted. Do plenty of backcombing, add hair extensions for added volume and make those curls loud and proud.

Added jewels

Spotted in spring 2016, but predicted to be a huge trend in 2017, hair jewels are vintage style and look incredible. They add a weird wonderful-ness to hair styling this year. If this is your only chance to wear a tiara to catch a bus in your whole life, then you might as well take it!

Ultra long hair

One of the key trends on the catwalk in autumn and winter 2016 was very long hair that is smooth and straight. The only way to really recreate this is with 100% human hair extensions, like Remi Silky. Match the hair extensions as closely as you can to your own natural hair colour and go as long as you like.

 

 

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