Spring 2013 hair trends are pretty fuss-free this season. Many designers chose to send their models down the Spring 2013 runways with minimalist hairdos that could easily be achieved by those playing along at home. Whether it’s a nineties grunge take on dead straight hair or something more ladylike in the form of a low chignon, the key is to keep it simple this spring. Take a look at some of the hottest spring 2013 hair trends, below.
As far as spring 2013 hair trends go, the chignon seemed to be the weapon of choice for many designers. Work a sleek, polished look like on the runways of Ralph Lauren and Gucci. To achieve this look at home, brush your hair back and tie it into a low ponytail at the nape of your neck, twist your ponytail into a knot, and then tuck the ends under and secure with bobby pins.
The love affair with all things retro is still going strong. Giorgio Armani and Jason Wu opted for finger wave-style fringes for their models, while Marc Jacobs and Moschino chose messy beehive hairdos. Try out the latter option at home by teasing your hair into a low, messy beehive and tying your hair into a low ponytail.
Instead of the oily, slicked back look of past seasons, this spring, wet look hair will be softer and more subtle. On the runways of Giambattista Valli, Thakoon, and Rag & Bone, hair was slicked back on top and lightly textured on the bottom. To get this look at home, start by blow drying your hair so that it’s smooth and straight. Then add some styling product on the top and rake hair back, using a detangling comb to create that wet look effect.
Super straight hair was another popular hair trend on the Spring 2013 runways. Sleek, straight locks were seen on the models at Michael Kors, Hervé Léger, and Emilio Pucci. Want to try out this trend at home? Then get out the flat iron!
Braids are always a popular choice for spring hair, and this season is no different. Designers like Balmain and Hervé Léger both embraced simple, statement braids for spring. Make this look work for you by adding a clean braid to your spring hairdo.
Similar to a chignon, but much less formal, the undone bun was another popular hair trend on the spring 2013 runways. Check out the runways of Marni and Valentino for inspiration. It’s also easy to achieve at home and it doesn’t matter if it’s not perfect – it’s meant to be that way!
Ditch the side part and part your hair straight down the centre this spring. Centre parts accompanied tousled waves at Roberto Cavalli, pearl-studded twists at Chanel, and low ponytails at Rochas and Jil Sander.
As far as hair accessories go, silk scarves and wraps are going to be big this spring. This trend was seen on the runways of Marc by Marc Jacobs, Dolce & Gabbana, and Rochas. Recreate this look at home by adding a fun scarf to your updo.
Low, fuss-free ponytails were another hair trend on the spring runways. Elie Saab, Jil Sander, and Alexander Wang all styled their models with sleek, low ponytails. If you’re going to try this look out at home, smooth down any flyaways with a straightening serum and keep your hairdo in place with a little bit of hairspray.
These are just some spring hair trends that you could easily try out at home. Simple, fuss-free hair styles are perfect for complementing fresh spring trends. Which of these hair trends do you like best?
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