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2015 Hairstyles
Curtain up for the new 2015 hairstyles! Our instructions help you style your hair for a fashion-forward look in 2015
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We had a close look at the hairstyle selections of fashion designers at the Spring/Summer 2015 Fashion Weeks. Time will tell which hairstyles will catch your fancy and become a hairstyle trend in 2015. If the catwalk styles are any indication, you will have the choice of hairstyles ranging from iconic to cool, plain, elegant, wearable, retro, and charming

  • Hairstyles often steal the lion’s share of attention in fashion shows. This is certainly true for the events at the Fashion Weeks. We are not surprised because the most stunning outfit does not quite cut it without the right hairstyle to complete the image. You may find your favourite hairstyle among the offerings.

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    Up and Coming 2015 Hairstyles: Tucked in Hair

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    Up and Coming 2015 Hairstyles: Tucked in Hair

    This fall and winter 2014/2015, we will likely tuck the ends of their hair into turtlenecks and jacket collars. On first sight, this may look like a faux bob. Designers for the Brazil label Osklen believe that the style will still be with us in the spring and summer of 2015. The style may also be created using necklaces or scarfs

    Up and Coming 2015 Hairstyles: Very Low Ponytail

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    Up and Coming 2015 Hairstyles: Very Low Ponytail

    Ponytails may be gathered anywhere from very high to very low. According to fashion designers, ponytails will remain the favourite hairstyle in 2015. Spanish designer Delpozo gave this very low ponytail extra style and elegance by loosely gathering it between the shoulder blades using a simple scrunchy

    Up and Coming 2015 Hairstyles: Semi-updo with Hair Slide

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    Up and Coming 2015 Hairstyles: Semi-updo with Hair Slide

    'Less is more' is the motto for this minimalistic hairstyle. The plain hair slide adds to the plain elegance of this hairstyle showcased by a model for the fashion label Tibi. Simplicity and elegance is an enduring fashion trend, which will last through 2015 and beyond.

    Up and Coming 2015 Hairstyles: Messy Styling

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    Up and Coming 2015 Hairstyles: Messy Styling

    Designers for the label Baja East embrace a laid back look on the catwalk. Perfection is out! Instead, the designers revel in the casual nature of the braided hair elements. There is much to be said for abandoning perfection in favour of playfulness. 2015 might be your year to embrace messiness

    Up and Coming 2015 Hairstyles: The Faux Undercut

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    Up and Coming 2015 Hairstyles: The Faux Undercut

    This 2015 hairstyle has the cool asymmetric look of an undercut. We saw this model at a Nino Athanasiou fashion show. Creative hair elements add a playful note. Bold waves cascade from the crown of the head to the side and over one shoulder. The hair is allowed to flow freely. A couple of tiny braids enhance the creative character of this hairstyle

    Up and Coming 2015 Hairstyles: Updo with Bandana

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    Up and Coming 2015 Hairstyles: Updo with Bandana

    Be sure to add a collection of bandanas to your hair accessories in 2015. Fashion designer Christine Phung found creative ways to weave bandanas into the hair of her models. Colourful bandanas are perfectly suited for low chignons and casual beach waves

    Up and Coming 2015 Hairstyles: Charming Retro-Style

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    Up and Coming 2015 Hairstyles: Charming Retro-Style

    This finger wave hairstyle and the dark lipstick are reminiscent of the glamorous 1920s. Models for designer Pascal Millet brought the 'Roaring Twenties' to new life

  • Up and Coming 2015 Hairstyles: Short Fringes

    Fringes in many styles can be added to almost any hairstyle. Dependent on the prevailing trend, you can easily modify fringes.

  • 2015 Hairstyles
    Models for the fashion house Julia Kupinskaya (left) turned heads with their ultra-short fringes. Models for Kokon toZai (right) drape their hair across the forehead in lieu of fringes
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    Fringes used to be on the long side in recent years. Fashion designer Julia Kupinskaya sees fringes getting shorter in 2015. Ultra-short fringes may become the rage in 2015. As far as fringes are concerned, they are short and precisely cut and styled in 2015.

    Instead of cutting fringes, you may simply drape your long front hair across the forehead. A low side parting helps to create this style.