Ladies, forget about buying new jewellery, accessorise with bits 'n' bobs in your barnet! Hot trends at the moment go from the ridiculous: Bunny ears & MASSIVE bows! To the more subtle: Butterflies, buttons & hair combs. We can thank Marc Jacobs
in a Louis Vutton Runway show for spurring on the Bunny Ear Boom!
Hot For Herringbone Hair
Need help achieving this look? Here's a little lovely that will show you how!
Modelled by Suzi Styth
If you fancy something a bit more unique have a goosey ganders at this...
She can do no wrong in my opinion! Pushing the boundaries of fashion & hair trends, this one being one of my favorite so far! The peachy tones running from the root blending through to the platinum ends. Yum yum yum!
This colour fusion looks great teamed with curly or short textured hair.
Be My Valentine
Just look at this trendy bunch! These 1960's Mod influenced hairstyles have been brought right into the 21st century.
I especially heart these rascals above, looking smug 'cos they've got nice barnets or summet?! The short textured crop with the heavy fringe is really striking, especially as a ladies haircut.
Ladies cut £27.50
Ooo La La
Here we have a couple of beauties with luscious locks!
I love Katharine's loose curl in her above the shoulder hairstyle. Her hair & make-up has that timeless feel and would look the part in any era!
I think the following updo ties in beautifully with our Valentine theme...
The romantic updo reminds me of roses & looks bloomin' lovely on this bonny bird!!
Hair Ups from £18.50
Hooray for the gingey's!! At last, the world is finally showing the red heads the appreciation they deserve. I myself have been a massive fan of the gingers since around the age of three, where my little peepers caught sight of the 80's sensation Rick Astley! I wore my little Astley badge with pride! "Never gonna give, never gonna give...!"
Bold colours are making a comeback this year and I can't wait! Brunettes with slices of reds or blues. Blondes with the more softer tones of lavender and baby pinks.
You don't have to go all out to make this look work, why not try small subtle sections of colour that will blend in beautifully but wont take over your style.
Fancy A Shag?
(Long textured shag)
(Long soft shag!)
The shorter shag definitely makes up in sex appeal what it lacks in length! Again, choppy layers gives this look a bit of attitude and a full fringe (be it to the side or forward) makes it super sexy!
This trend is also great for those of us that rocked the asymmetric styles of 2009 but want to move away from that in 2010. Its a pain in the derriere growing it out, right? Well the shorter shag is great for us! The layers and texture can soften that 'in between' style that we all hate and turn it into something to love. It works with the natural fall of our hair and looks great curly or waved. YAY, THE SHAG!
The Bob 2010
The bob isn't ready to leave our bonces just yet! It's reinvented itself yet again so that we don't lose any love for this persistent little style!
......And it's worked! I love the punkyness (is that a word?!) of the choppy layers and the bold statement a blunt fringe can make. Bob, you are ace!
(Ladies cut & blow dry £27.50)
The Slick Back
Ok so this trend might be a bit scary to some people, the fear of looking like Barbie's 'love piece' Ken might be a little too much to handle! But I'm really starting to like this style!
(Gents cut & styling from £12)
Dsquared2's Men's 2008/2009
If this isn't for you then don't worry, whatever your hair colour be it natural or enhanced just make sure it looks healthy and shiny. 2009 is all about polished looks so why not treat your locks to a moisturising treatment (short hair, £5) at La Moda.
Proenza Schouler & Tuleh Catwalks
Summer 2009 for the fashion conscious man is a an old school look with a modern twist, using the old classic 'short, back & sides' and reviving it with long textured locks on the top. The big fringe is the fundamental part of this cut as it can be styled in a number of different ways...
Bottega Veneta Men's Spring-Summer 2009 catwalk
Calvin Klein Spring/Summer 2009
Sported at The Glamour Awards 2009