I Pray for a Bad Hair Day!

Monday, March 31, 2008

Hair and Makeup: Sabs Hernandez
Photographed by: Kate Hassaram
Model: Ghaffy Borres

It’s a new year and with it comes change. All around us we’ll see the latest trends whether it be in fashion or in beauty. We want to know what’s hot and the hairstyles for 2007 are certainly no exception.
This year we’ll see the continuation of length in both waves and romantic curls will be favored. Hair will be more natural and undone for 2007 and chemical use is definitely out. Instead add-on hairpieces will be favored as well as anything that doesn’t damage hair. Long lengths are great for women who don’t mind taking a little time for this style. Flip through your favorite hairstyle magazine for this style then try out the secret many salons are sharing. Spritz hair with a light hairspray such as L'Oreal's Elnett Hairspray and tie your mane in a messy bun at least 30 minutes before your night out. Let hair dry for a natural wavy look without the exaggerated chemical and curling iron damage. For a celebrity copycat look, check out Jennifer Aniston and Mariah Carey who have been seen wearing this style.

Makeup: Sabs Hernandez
L'Oreal Colour Trophy Fashion Show

Even with the popularity of length, shorter styles are certainly no stranger to 2007 latest hair trends either. Shaggy styles, pixies and bobs that are very short at the nape have suddenly become popular thanks to the celebrity and the fashion world. Curls are popular on the shorter styles as well. Short styles work well for the business world. The parted short style with curls at the ends have been spotted at The L'Oreal Colour Trophy Runway. (Photo inset: Makeup by Sabs Hernandez)

Hair accessories seem to be all the rage again this year as well. Women have been spotted in everything from headbands, to barrettes to silk flowers in their hair.

For color we’ll see women leaning toward lighter shades rather than darker ones. Also warmer shades will be a big hit. Expect shades of red and auburn to be popular as well.

Remember that the above styles will probably sport several variations, so you don’t have to stick with just one simple style. Find one that suits you. You can have your "messy-do" in an up-style, a ponytail, or just let it hang loose.

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