There were some fabulous hair styles at London Fashion Week. Luckily for you, we have 5 ultimate hair trends complete with top tips from hairstylist to the stars, Asgar Saboo. Now’s your chance to recreate some of the most chic styles, right from the comfort of your home.
- The Glossy Pony
Use straighteners to get your hair silky smooth. Then get your ponytail in place and fix it with kirby grips. Finally, Asgar suggests using a high shine fixing spray to get a fantastic, glossy finish. This celebrity favourite exudes elegance, so team it with a polished label and you’ll ooze sophistication just like Olivia Palermo.
- The Traditional French Braid
A French braid is a timeless classic that luckily for us, is quick to do – perfect for the ‘morning after the night before’. This style is great when it looks effortless, so don’t be afraid to leave the braid slightly messy or loose around the face. To ensure that you look chic all day long, be sure to fix the braid with a little hairspray.
- Tousled Lob
The long bob has been enjoying the spot light for a while, with celebs like Margot Robbie embracing the elegant style. Stand out from the crowd with Asgar’s suggestion: use a salt or texture spray to give your hair that little bit of volume. Using a small round brush, blow dry sections of the hair, rolling away from your face. Complete the process with a curling iron, curling an inch from the root, leaving the root straight. Then run your fingers through the hair to break up the waves. Hey presto!
- Do The Twist
The popular halo braid is doing the rounds at fashion shows, exclusive parties and more, with the likes of Sienna Miller donning the twist. Start with freshly blow dried hair to get rid of frizz, then starting from the left side of the head, loosely French plait the hair working clockwise across your hair. Finish at the nape of the neck to complete the halo look. Pair this look with a minimalist label and you’ll achieve laidback chic.
- Curls World
It’s time to embrace volume and curls with the return of 80’s style. Starting from the back of your hair, grab small sections and use a 10mm curling wand to achieve tight curls. Try to avoid curling big sections of your hair at once, as the curls may not last. Finish by applying hairspray, holding the can diagonally and away from your face. Asgar says don’t be afraid to add as much volume as you dare! Use a comb to backcomb hair and set with hairspray.
Credit Asgar Saboo: www.asgarboo.com
Photo Credits: Javed Mohammed