Trendlooks 2016

Pushing Your Hair out of the Face

Show the world your face, all of it. You may like your fringes to grow in. You are having a bad hair day and what can go wrong has gone wrong already. Chances are you just need some change. We like to show you the best ideas for the most beautiful fringe-free looks, from casual to ultra-glamorous

  • fringe-free looks
    So simple and so glamorous
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    Sure, fringes (also known as bangs) are trendy, but sometimes they hide a lot of your face. Why would you hide your beautiful eyes or hair line? Try pushing your hair out of your face sometimes; it may look great on you. Most women look good with the hair combed out of the face, unless they have an exceptionally high forehead. The best about the hair style is that any length of hair is suitable for it. A single beautiful slide (barrette) turns a short pixie hair style into a head-turner. All of a sudden, long hair looks surprisingly different with the side hair piled up high.

  • The Best Conditions for Wearing Pulled Back Hair

    Freshly washed hair is beautiful. It is however not easy to style. After conditioning rinses or hair treatments, the hair cuticles are arranged evenly and smoothly. This influences the interactions between individual hairs. They will glide along each other rather than supporting the structure of a hair style. That is not too helpful when you like to pin up your hair.

    Therefore, it is best not to try out the here presented hair styles with freshly washed hair. A few little tricks can however make the hair more manageable. Simply work a little mousse or setting lotion through the dry hair and then blow-dry it. Alternatively, you can lightly tease your hair and apply a little hair spray.

  • The Stars Wearing their Hair Swept Back

    Carey Mulligan

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    Carey Mulligan

    Carey Mulligan’s hair style makes her look really sweet. Thin strands of her fringes are knurled and pinned to the side with a simple slide. Some of the fringes fall into her face. Use a little styling crème when shaping your hair with your fingers

    Sienna Miller

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    Sienna Miller

    Here, Sienna Miller has swept her hair back. The front hair is casually knurled and together with the rest of the hair it is held in the back with a scrunchy. A thick strand of front hair is pulled out. Done!

    Amanda Seyfried

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    Amanda Seyfried

    Amanda Seyfried wears the clean lines of this hair style well: A wide strand of hair on the top of the head is very smoothly combed back and held in place with a small slide. Some hair spray emphasises the sleek look

    Sadie Frost

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    Sadie Frost

    Sadie Frost’s hair style looks girlish. A little hair spray and a red clip keep the fringes out of her face

    Pippa Black

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    Pippa Black

    Pippa Black’s hair style without fringes draws the attention to her sparkling eyes. Simply gather two thick strands of side hair in a scrunchy and pull the scrunchy close to the head. Now apply some hair spray for extra shine and hold. Done!

    Gwyneth Paltrow

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    Gwyneth Paltrow

    This hair style is simple yet glamorous. Gwyneth Paltrow has knurled two thin strands of side hair and has pinned them to the side. For the finishing touch apply a little styling crème to the hair ends