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 Hot hair trends form Fashion Month 2017 with HairOverHeel

Gigi Hadid:One of the biggest hair-trends of this  fall-winter hair fashion will be the “Chemical free Highlights” and can be created by Clip-in Hairextensions. Easy, save, fast.

Hair at Versace was vibrant and contemporary, worn loose but with brightly colored flashes, sometimes in fluorescent yellow.Image:AFP/Angela Weiss

Maison Margiela worked several of the season’s trends into modern and original styles, with two-toned hair, buns, braids and hair jewels. Image: AFP/Angela Weis


March 2017 again was a big month Fashion marathon across the world’s four fashion capitals.

Here is a brief summery of the various trends spotted on the runway for the fall-winter 2017 season. Like for clothing and makeup, hairstyles had a mostly natural vibe at the latest fashion month.
Still, certain designers showed off more sophisticated creations, with glamorous, rock ‘n’ roll and eccentric styles.
The fall-winter 2017 season has several hair trends in store. The runway’s bright dye-jobs, plaits, ponytails, buns (and even double buns), Clip-in Hair-extensions were joined by a host of natural styles, worn loose and relaxed but still perfectly finished.




Center partings were also seen on the Victoria Beckham runway, with natural styles and hair tucked behind ears. Image: AFP/Angela Weiss


Valentino kept hair soft and loose, with flowing natural locks with a slight wave. Hair was parted in the middle with thin braids on either side of the face. Image: AFP/Angela Weiss


Chanel voyaged into space with a futuristic collection matched with volume-boosted hair. Hair was swept back off the face and held in place with jewel-encrusted headbands. Image: AFP/Angela Weiss

In keeping with the collection’s clothes and makeup, hairstyles were dark and edgy, almost provocative. Hair was lightly backcombed then piled up onto the top of the head, with a side parting creating an asymmetric effect with a section of hair left loose at the front. Image: AFP/Angela Weiss


J.W.Anderson went for neater styles. The ponytail was low and hair was swept round over one shoulder. Image: AFP/Angela Weiss


Hair was worn loose at TOGA and adorned with various jewelry creations. Image: AFP/Angela Weiss



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