Spring/Summer 2020 Hairstyle Trends
Tired of dull locks? Prep for the upcoming season taking a peek at these tips for summer-ready hair! From loose, tousled waves and gorgeous curls to elegant ponytails and glamorous twists, be brave and dare to try a cool, fabulous styling. Treat your beautiful tresses to a new look drawing your inspiration straight from the runways. Say goodbye to bad hair days and give your hair a showstopping boost in an instant with these spring/summer 2020 hairstyle trends.
If you prefer to keep your luscious locks long, add interest to your style choosing soft, slightly laidback waves (Givenchy, Chloé) or retro-fabulous, glossy curls (Versace, Anna Sui) or go sexy with the already popular wet texture (Alberta Ferretti, Elie Saab). Regardless the style you choose, these ‘dos prove that long mane should never be boring.
Alberta FerrettiElie Saab
New year, new season, new trends! However, when it comes to your locks, there is one timeless style that never goes out of fashion. The already classic ponytail is updated constantly getting edgy, innovative versions and becoming the ultimate head-turning ‘do. For spring/summer 2020, there are numerous takes on this simple yet utterly sophisticated style. At Donna Karan, the pony is straight, uber-glossy, and incredibly strong, while at Reed Krakoff it has a tousled, just-rolled-out-of-bed touch.
A more special approach could be seen at Marc by Marc Jacobs where hair was folded upward and secured with a long silver Goody barrette and lengths flipped back over the base of the ponytail and secured using another clasp. A sexier version is the one spotted at Hervé Léger where the three-part pony looks extremely seductive. If you want to be more experimental with your styling, try a masculine-feminine pony with a slightly wet texture (Proenza Schouler, Diesel Black Gold).
Donna KaranReed Krakoff
Marc by Marc JacobsHervé Léger by Max Azria
Proenza SchoulerDiesel Black Gold
Reinvent yourself for warmer days trying a chic bun. Whether you opt for a messy low knot (3.1 Phillip Lim) or an attention-grabbing, rather wild French twist (Badgley Mischka), this easy to achieve style is perfect if you want an instant update. Impress everyone with a boyish, sleek wet chignon as seen at Chanel adding a few pearls for maximum impact. More elegant and sophisticated is the side-parted, sideswept updo with undone front section spotted at Christian Dior. Twist your locks into cute knots (Giorgio Armani) or turn eyes with a super-feminine wraparound French braid (Valentino). Check out these styles and try out new ‘dos for a stylish season!
3.1 Phillip LimChanel
Christian DiorBadgley Mischka
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