Rapunzel, the wide-eyed, gorgeous Disney character is known for her almost unending, tower long blond hair. But in the latest movie, she changed her look to a bubbly, short brunette princess. If a fairytale takes such a turn, why are you stuck with the old, boring hair? Change your hairstyle and effectively your personality following these hairstyle trends for 2014.
Last year was all about soft curls, but this year we are going to be seeing a whole lot of wavy locks on the runway. Nautical waves fall just between the crimp and curls. If you are bold enough add some colour for a mermaid-esque effect.
Follow Rapunzel’s footsteps and go short. In fact, if you are looking at a makeover or getting over a break-up go for the typical boy-cut.
Fame your face with layered fringes this year. Opt for a feminine side bangs or crisp straightened, front bangs.
Remember the just-showered look from the early 2000s, well it is back and you may rock this sleek look with matte lips and nude make up.
Side Swept Sleek Down-dos/Up-dos
The messy up-dos and down-dos have rocked 2013. This year is all about keeping it sleek and shiny. Try side partition with a gloss hair spray and see the magic.
Just what you need for your hurried bad hair days, the low ponytail! Try middle parting with chic accessories for a runway look.
Braids were big in 2012 and 2013, this year braids are back with a bang (pun intended). Combine the wet look and fringe with the braids and see for yourself.
Celebrities were seen sporting the quintessential bobs. This year you may find them with simple and sassy shoulder cuts. Go girly with an in-turn neck length hair, or try and set layered neck length.
We’ve all donned the pinned-up puffs for casual and formal occasion. A slight twist to it is the side puff, which gives you an edgy style, while being feminine.
Long and Straight
Remember when straightening iron was your best friend? Well, time to reconnect with your buddy. While waves are ideal for a daily, causal look, you may try the long and straight style for a special occasion. Part your hair in the middle for the model-hair look.