Paired with any color, the milkmaid braid was extremely popular in 2009 – we find its popularity strengthened in natural fashion thanks to Alexander Wang’s spring 2010 runway. I love this urban-street style example… when I see the side braid, it speaks femininity and honesty.
I don’t see how this classic trend could ever die; the 1940’s produced a look of first-class appearance. Embracing long locks with wavy personality finds a special tenacity this year – and not just spring/summer – Fall as well! Its length and side part remind of us of a time of dignified beauty.
While the 1940’s establishes itself in 2010 – the 1970’s also finds priority. Sharpening its style on texture and simplicity – a long straight length is key, while an occasional wave adds a discrete appeal.
I’m still warming up to this idea - this concept suggests use of gel with a wide toothed comb or fingers… maybe it’s my perspective of how I view a lady, but gel should be reserved for male use only. Then again, it’s all on attitude right?
Very similar to its slick back counterpart, a masculine hairstyle finds trend in a side part fashion - A daring option, but one worth taking if short hair is your preference.
With help from fashionising.com – originating from the French “chignon du cou” (which means “nape of the neck”), a chignon is an elegant low bun or twist that sits at the nape of the neck.
Sleek top knots and braids join this year’s “up-do”