Look 1: Usual strictness
Following the call of practicality, choose a classic, which completes general minimalism like a missing puzzle piece. Instead of rounding off the edges, ask a stylist to cut the ends straight and blunt on long hair. Hair is straight, shiny, and easy to set.
Nina Ricci presents the designed sloppiness of low French buns, while Lanvin offers a tight low ponytail. Sunken cheekbones are framed by two or three locks.
To achieve this look, slide the bun closer to the neck and fix with a couple of invisible hairpins. A clear trend includes no part and an open forehead (see inspiration in Jil Sander looks).
Look 2: Relevant promiscuity
Emilio Pucci casually recalls hippies’ customs, while making the looks more elegant and up-to-date. The mood of the hair styles corresponds to a free cut: uncombed hair slightly cut on the ends with a razor, creating a soft look.
Marc Jacobs returns to a romantic image with his RTW-2011 collection. Small fluffy curls in the style of the 70’s are achieved through curving . Keep your length. Hair just below shoulders can be angled, but only a bit. Setting will make hair lay at different levels. Loosen hair, keeping the maximum length. You will need it to make fantasy plaited braids a reality (see Alexander McQueen’s last show).
Look 3: Complex graphic
John Galliano advises saying good-bye to a straight, blunt bang as seen in the 60’s style. He presents intricate retro of the 40’s in his collection for Dior House. We have seen graphic short bangs in black and white movies. Now such fringe is paired with a simple haircut trimming facial locks slightly shorter than others. They’re slightly curled inward. Fringe can be straight or rounded. It barely covers half of the forehead, focusing on bushy eyebrows and lush lipstick shades.
Look 4: Updated masculinity
The coveted collection from Burberry Prorsum shows not only main trends: overhead shoulders in leather motor-cycle clothing, studded sleeves and thin belts, but also the shortest women’s hairstyles.
In these styles, the length is removed, hair is cut in layers, and asymmetric bang is a trend. And models don’t use a bandana to cover their short hairstyles. Playing on contrasts, they emphasize two colors - white and black. An angular sharp cut of clothing finds perfect balance with a short, simple haircut (above the shoulders). Another variation on men’s hairstyles shows the fringe mixed with side locks and set on one side. Ends are necessarily ragged. Armani also presents short haircuts, but they are more adapted to the brand’s bourgeois philosophy.