Everyone has a favorite hairstyle. But the changing seasons might call for different hairstyles and this winter, there are many impressive new looks sported by Hollywood A-listers. Get some of the charm that your favorite celebrity exudes by switching to a winter look that resonates his or her look. From elfin pixie cuts to long lush waves, there are so many to choose from. So, if you are fresh out of ideas for a new hairstyle, here are some of the hottest celebrity hairstyles this winter you can pick from:
Take a good look at Gabrielle Union’s current collarbone-length bob. A perfect choice for those who cannot seem to decide between the long and short of it, literally, this length that falls just below your shoulder is an excellent choice for the winter. Another great example is Julianne Hough’s just-right-at-the-shoulder bob. You do not have to chop-off those long locks though. Simply create a faux bob that falls just right at the collarbone using some of your favorite winter hair accessories.
With the days of summer far behind, this is now the best time to try out those sultry bangs. Ciara’s 70-inspired bangs, which come with a shorter centermost hair and gradually getting longer towards the temple, is one perfect example of a hairstyle overhaul. The best thing about this one is that it can frame all face shapes and delivering a look that enhances each angle. Perhaps, you might want more of Michelle William’s side swept bangs. This one definitely exudes retro chic.
A sexy textured wave never goes out of style especially during winter time. Style exemplar Cara Delevigne and Emma Stone are just two celebrity A-listers who perennially sport sultry waves that extract awe from everyone. To get Cara Delevigne’s hairstyle, simply clump an inch of your hair’s section at a time. Make good use of a flat iron in creating half-moon shapes that go on alternating directions resulting in a S-shaped wave. For a less disheveled yet more polished look, however, choose that of Emma’s.
Curly hairstyles are all the rage this winter season. Though curly hairstyles really never go out of style year-round, the key in achieving a goddess look for winter is in ensuring that each strand of your hair is carefully moisturized and hydrated. Curly hair can become extra dry during winter time and that could pose a lot of challenges to one sporting the said look. To have soft static- and frizz-free touchable curls, go for moisturizing or repairing shampoo and conditioner with coconut oil. The natural enhancements from coconut extracts add the needed moisture as well as gloss to leading to a less frizzy and static-y curly hair just like that of Dascha Polanco.
Straight As A Pin And Blunt
When thinking of a sleek straight hairstyle this winter, consider Sarah Hyland and Kylie Jenner as inspiration. Like curly waves, this one can work with most anyone. It is even known to frame a face to make it look slimmer. When donning the look, however, it is imperative that you keep those ends healthy and free from breakouts. Consider visiting your preferred hair salon and start with a trim. To prevent split ends from setting in again, hydrate them via a moisturizing mask application for at least a week. Leave it on for about 10 minutes to see the difference.
Layers and Lots of Them
If you are an avid fan of Pretty Little Liars’ Shay Mitchell’s lazy layers will definitely elicit awe and inspiration for the winter. So is that of British pin up girl, Jourdan Dunn. For the past three seasons, your long tresses can be exposed to the elements of sun, chlorine, salt water, and other hair treatment. Winter time will make it even much flakier thus, trimming those split ends and adding lots of layers will help revamp your style (while in treatment!). One best thing about layered hair is that it helps exude balance and movement as well as that refreshing feel suited to any hair texture and length.
The Long and Short of It
If you want to rock a youthful cool chic vibe like that of Kristen Stewart or Lily Collins, the short-in-the-back long-in-front hairstyle is one huge rage this winter. Both ladies exude the epitome of cool in this reverse mullet that has been copied by many screaming fans between the ages of 15 and 19 across the globe. If you want to stay away from the usual straight pin look, do a modern take by making good use of your flat iron in creating soft and slightly bended curls.