Hot Hairstyles for a Cold Winter


Recent Runway Hair Styles Set The Tone For Winter 2005 Hairstyles

Indeed, there were a few notable hairstyles in the past season’s runway that would be great to incorporate into the upcoming cold weather months. It is fun to experiment with different ways you can wear a look and transitioning a hairstyle is one of them. The best part about re-creating runway hairstyles is that it looks like they require an army of hair stylists. And yet, when you know the secret to doing them, you’d realize just how effortless it is to do these creative hairstyles.

Make sure to explore these recent runway hairstyles to breathe some life into your winter 2015 hairstyles, especially in the work place.

Swooped to the Side

Winter 2005 Hairstyles

Winter 2005 Hairstyles

This particular hairstyle was showcased at Jenny Packham’s runway show and it carried a sophisticated vibe with it. At the same time, it is a highly practical and versatile hairstyle that it would be easy to transition into winter. It also works great as a workday hairstyle, if you want to look effortlessly chic.

Start with a deep side part. Then, work an adequate amount of mousse (about the size of your palm) to your hair strands for more hold and ease of styling. Then, roll up the hair at ear level to one side. Use pins to tuck the coiled hair and secure it into place. Once you have secured the coil, you have to work on the remaining hair and gather them around the nape and onto the side. You will be doing a side tail.

Casually Chic Low Swoop

Winter 2005 Hairstyles

This laid-back hairstyle wowed on the runway – here is your chance to wow this winter. As you can tell, this hairstyle is easy to do with just a few simple steps. However, you want to be careful about creating that undone look to keep it chic.

With your fingers, create a side part and make sure your hair is coaxing over your forehead. Then, form a low tail, but do not secure all of them tightly into the elastic band. Allow some of the hair strands to fall loosely to create an undone loop effect.

Full and Tousled

Winter 2005 Hairstyles

Winter 2005 Hairstyles

There is something about a hairstyle that’s got lots of volume that makes it look sexy! The same goes with this hairstyle from the recent runway shows. Forget the brush! All you need is to spritz on some sea salt spray for that roughed up texture to your hair strands. Then, still using just your fingers, rake your hair into a high ponytail or you can just let it down. This is such a fresh take into your winter 2015 hairstyle that it will get everyone to turn their heads. Who says tousled hair is only for summer?

Skinny Plaits

Winter 2005 Hairstyles

Winter 2005 Hairstyles

There is something about braids that make any hairstyle stand out. Adding a few rows of skinny plaits to your hairstyle can do a lot to make it more stylish and done. And yet, there is also a casual feel to this hairstyle that makes it easy to transition from summer to winter.

Start at the hairline and take out a few slim sections of hair. Work on braiding each section of hair at a time. You can either gather it on the back as low ponytail or let it down.

Low and Ladylike Ponytail

Winter 2005 Hairstyles

Winter 2005 Hairstyles

This super easy-to-do hairstyle will have heads turning as you recreate the runway look in real life. Start by gathering your hair in a neat ponytail around the nape. Use a ribbon or fun accessories to tie them together. Then, pull out the loose ends so you can get a single loop. You can also opt for a little wave on your hair, if you prefer that over a sleek ponytail. Either way, it is all about creating that feminine and delicate detail to the look.

What is your favorite hairstyle that you can wear all year long?

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