Trendlooks 2016

Nonchalant Hairstyles from Wavy to Wild

Nonchalant Hairstyles
Bandanas are fashion and lifestyle statements in one. Festival goers love Western and modern bandanas for practical reasons and for the fun of it
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Like every year, the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival marks the beginning of the festival season. If you need a reason for wearing casual hairstyles there is none better than visiting festivals. As long as the hairstyle is casual, it can be wavy, pinned up, braided or plain. Statement jewellery is right in tune with the colourful festival scene. Get ready to join the festival fun!

  • What could be better than greeting spring and the festival season with colourful outfits and casual hairstyles? Who wants to spend a long time in front of the mirror to create a complicated hairstyle instead of having fun taking in the festival music and exhibitions? This is the time for carefree fun. A playful but casual hairstyle is not only the simplest but also the only appropriate choice. The hairstyle should be done with the flick of the wrist. Styling accessories can be used to add colourful notes or make a personal statement. Style does not have to be elaborate to be beautiful.

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    Festivals are not the time for complicated updos or accurate braiding. The hairstyle must be as relaxed and playful as it is durable. Most importantly, no hairstyle is worth missing large parts of an exciting festival because it distracts and must be fixed over and over again. More important is reliable UV protection for hair and skin just in case the sun comes out in full force.

    We hope you enjoy the casual hairstyles in our gallery. In his video tutorial, hair expert Armin Morbach shows how to style the undone look.

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  • Gallery: Nonchalant Hairstyles

    Nonchalant Hairstyles – Flower Power

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    Nonchalant Hairstyles – Flower Power

    The hippie summer of love is long gone but the hippie look is still with us. The side-swept braid, the loosely kempt hair, and especially the large flower coronet are an echo of times when festivals changed from traditional to young and modern

    Nonchalant Hairstyle with Jewellery

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    Nonchalant Hairstyle with Jewellery

    The long casual beach waves are parted in the middle. The statement jewellery over her forehead expresses the celebratory mood of this festival participant. The jewellery is rather unobtrusive in her long hair but it still expresses the mood of the festival scene

    Rita Ora's Nonchalant Hairstyle

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    Cool and Casual – Rita Ora's Nonchalant Hairstyle

    The British singer Rita Ora is at ease with her very casual hairstyle. Her wind-blown wavy hair shows dark roots

    Nonchalant Hairstyles – Agyness Deyn

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    Nonchalant Hairstyles – Is She Going to Doff Her Hat to Him?

    Model Agyness Deyn has no patience for elaborate hair styling. Her hat is certainly practical and charming. Hats have the additional advantage of protecting from too much sunshine

    Nonchalant Hairstyles – The Clever Updo

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    Nonchalant Hairstyles – The Clever Updo

    Chignons of all kinds are practical when the temperature rises and the festival is in full swing. The updo keeps the hair out of the face and neck. The nifty high updo in our photo looks young and festive. Like all other festival hairstyles, updos should be casual and at least a bit playful

    Casual Hairstyles – Katy Perry

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    Casual Hairstyles – Side-swept Long Waves

    Katy Perry likes to brush her long glossy hair over one shoulder. This look is a perfect fit for the festival season

    Nonchalant Hairstyle for Men

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    Nonchalant Hairstyles: He may also let his hair down

    For many men festivals are a welcome opportunity to quit fussing about hair and appearance for a while. Long hair is well-tolerated for men but the bleached hair and the dark roots may still turn some heads. Festivals are the event to go all out!