Current Hair Trends 2018 Australia
With summer rapidly approaching, it’s time to rethink last season’s trends and embrace a new look for the gorgeous warm weather. No one follows British fashion like Amanda hair design, so we thought we’d give you some inspiration for a new look inspired by the Autumn/Winter catwalks of the UK and Europe.
The long bob, also known as ‘the lob’ or a faux bob, is basically a bob that goes down to your shoulders. Worn by Blake Lively, Emilia Clarke and Jourdan Dunn, it’s a versatile cut. It gives you enough hair to play with if you want to put it up or style it, but enough that you can brush and go if you’re in a rush. There’s a perfect lob length for every face and hair type, so if you sometimes struggle with pulling off fashionable looks, this might be the cut for you.
Whether you’re sporting a pixie cut, a lob, or just letting it all hang past your shoulders, going platinum is one way to give your current style a complete makeover. Whether you’re channelling your inner Kardashian or your inner-Khaleesi, going platinum is a striking change that will definitely get you noticed and keep you on trend.
Sweeping fringes were featured heavily on the catwalk recently by at shows by Armani, Moschino, Prada and Fendi. It’s a great, small change for hair of any length, and pairs really well with a lob. The trend doesn’t specify a particular length of fringe, so you have plenty of room to pick a style that suits you.
A fantastic option for hair from bob length to much longer is to ditch the straightener and give your hair a light curl. Very similar to the beachy blonde look from a few years ago, this style adds some uniformity and sophistication to hair of nearly any length. If you want to add some volume, you can bring our your sea salt spray to give a hint of the beach, making your hair look like you woke up like this (even though we all know better).