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Girls A/W hairstyles 2012

By TheStudentGuide
Girls A/W hairstyles 2012

The hottest hair right now.

It’s Autumn/Winter 2012; we’re all buying out new coats, our new jumpers and boots to...boot, and we’re looking damn feisty in the process. But sometimes hair just doesn’t go with clothes...you know what we mean. Here are the hottest hair trends on the catwalk right now to give you a little inspiration.

Bouffant

Lana Del Ray is everywhere right now and this is her hairstyle of choice. 60’s and sophisticated, get some real classy looks this winter with this one.

Full fringe

Fill fringes are totally cute and have the added benefit of keeping your forehead warm. These look best for winter in a deep brown and work with any length of hair.

Fixed side parting

Photograph: GoRunway as seen as Gucci

The fixed side parting is so in right now. For more drama, fix it with hairspray or add a high shine gloss.

Braids and twists

Photograph: GoRunway as seen at Gucci

For a relaxed and pretty style which will work perfectly with creams, take two small front sections of hair, twist, and pin at the back of your head.

Low bun

Photograph: GoRunway as seen at Gucci

Buns remain top of the hair trends; this season wear it neat and low, at the nape of your neck - ballet bun style.

Dip dyed

One of this year’s most popular trends – the dip dye refuses to go away for winter. Outrageous colours are still key but tone it down to browns, blondes and reds for a more subtle winter look.

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