The Spring Summer 2018 Hair Trends To Try Now

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It is so easy to fall into a rut when it comes to how we style our hair. We know what it’s like, you fancy a change but you just don’t know where to go for inspiration. With this in mind we are here to help. We’ve put together four trends that hit the runway to help you to switch up your look.

Natural Curls

We spend so long trying to iron out the kinks and achieve poker straight hair. Now is the time to embrace natural waves for a messier more relaxed look. If you have naturally curly hair then just wash it and leave it to dry naturally and you’re ready to go.

Auburn Locks

Forget all about mermaid hair and pretty pastels this spring. Instead it’s all about more sophisticated shades of red. Everything goes from barely there strawberry blonde to fiery red or auburn.


This season you can get away with experimenting with hair accessories. Forget about the boring headband you wore at school and go for more of a bejewelled style like those seen at Dolce & Gabbana. For a luxe look try hair clips embellished with pearls to style up a deep side parting.


We were pleased to hear that ponytails are a trend for 2018. After all its the perfect ‘do for when you’re running late for work. By just washing your hair and leaving it to air dry before pulling back into a ponytail you’re doing your hair a favour by preventing heat damage. You can still look chic by tying your hair back with a simple bow or for a more glam look just add your embellished accessories.


We are glad to see that this season’s trends are all easily wearable and most of them can easily be achieved at home.


Gemma Dorling
Gemma Dorling
Gemma is a fashion writer contributing to magazines and online sites. She also writes her own fashion blog In her spare time she enjoys reading, running and finding new places to eat.