Global hair trends that you need to know about right now

From 80’s hairstyles to Rose gold ombre layers, global hair trends for 2017 have taken a huge spin. Since it’s the middle of the year, will it be too late to try something with more pizazz? We stalked top hairstylists across the globe and find these trends most adaptable for Sri Lankans,

Replacing hair tools with braids, buns, and twists

Living on a tropical island can only mean one thing – frizzy hair. Even those blessed with straight hair experience the worst frizz on a hot and humid day. Hair tools like flat irons and hair dryers can only extend the damage. Try out some easy braids, messy hair buns and twists to keep them damage free.

The high pony tail

Gather your tresses all the way up into a tight high pony tail. You can find DIY tutorials on YouTube too.

The chic blunt bob

Everyone fell in love with Selena Gomez’s met gala Bob this year. This angular bob looks flattering on straight and curly hair too.

Ombre hair colors

These two-toned hair color trends don’t seem to be going away anytime soon. From blue to caramel to platinum blond, celebrity hair stylists have created evolving color techniques to suit any season.

Tousled beach waves

Since the beaches are always a few hours away, tousled hair can be something you can style easily for a beach party or even a night out.

Showing off your natural texture

If all else fails, just rock your natural waves. Celebrities like Solange Knowles, Tracee Ellis Ross, and Zoe Kravitz have been owning their natural hair styles on the red carpet this year. Focus on a haircut that will support your hair’s natural texture and you are good to go.

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Nimra is a charming hair band stealer, who loves Coffee, Chocolate, and Cheesecake. As a child, she aspired to be a writer or a pilot, and since then decided to settle on buying a farm in Australia with Travis Fimmel. She is often seen with a thumping headache caused by her two children.

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