According to the 2010 winter hairstyle trends, long hair is so hot and it comes in so many versions and styles, allowing you to play with different extremes. It is natural and a little bit messy or attentively styled into perfect retro waves, it is backcombed or, on the contrary, slicked. Regardless what you choose, the 2010 winter long hairstyle trends are the genuine expression of femininity and sensuality.
A natural look can be considered as a timeless trend that never
goes out of fashion even when it comes to hairstyling. This is why,
long, natural hair will always be that LBD of hairstyle trends.
Whether you go for bangs, waves, backcombed, or the wet effect, the
new 2010 winter long hairstyle trends are made to flatter
The natural look is a trend impossible to dethrone. Simple, but extremely effective, straight hair will never go out of style. This fall, the best thing you can do is to go for a messy, effortless aspect. You can also try the super straight version for a more shiny result. As this hairstyle is obtained using a hair straightener, you can apply it even on curly hair. After finishing the straightening process, apply some nourishing treatment in order to add brilliance to your look.
Bangs and fringes
The 2010 winter long hairstyle trends recognize bangs and fringes as an essential element that can totally make the difference. In fact, this is the easiest way to get a whole new look in just a few minutes. Therefore, this is one safe choice for you. This season, bangs are longer, at eyebrow level, and when applied on a darker hair color, it totally ensures the mysterious part of a woman.
Bangs are some of the best methods of enhancing the beauty of one's eyes. Moreover, if you add a gray smokey makeup, the success is guaranteed.
The '60s are back
Volume, volume and some more volume! This is the key word when it comes to hairstyle trends for fall 2010. Inspired by the unique style of the '60s, the super backcombed hairstyles add a bit of extravagance and elegance to this season's trends. They work amazing on long, straight hair.
Using a special wide-tooth comb and hairspray, you can backcomb your hair in no time. Even if it sounds rather impossible, this hairstyle can be made on curly hair too. However, make sure you straighten your hair first.
One of the main trends for fall/winter 2010-2011 is represented by long, slicked hair. Spotted at Alexander Wang, Rag & Bone, and Carolina Herrera, with a '70s version, the wet look is very tidy, without locks coming out and ruining the almost perfect hairstyle. You can obtain this stylish look easily using special hairstyling tools. In fact, you just need some hair gel and a wide toothed comb or your fingers.
This winter get ready to impress and feel just like a diva with the sexiest trend ever, the retro waves. The '50s inspired gentle curls allow you to emphasize your most feminine part and reveal the pin-up girl in you.
For an ultra-glamorous and feminine look, make some loose waves using the curling iron. Set the parting on one side and get super silky and straight roots for a maximum effect. If you choose this hairstyle for a daytime event, keep your makeup natural. In this context, a nude makeup would be the best choice. On the other hand, for an evening event, it is time to dare and take the look to extremes, choosing a red lipstick and a black eyeliner for the eyes, pin-up style.
Wild side vs romantic curls
Long, tousled hair is back again for fall 2010. Natural, gentle, yet very thick waves for an effortless look. Don't bother setting the parting as this has to be rather undefined. During the day, opt for wild waves and a light makeup, while for a night out, allow yourself a sweet escape by emphasizing the eyes with sexy, brown shades. Curls can also be sweet and romantic, especially on blonde hair. Keep the roots straight, set the parting on one side, and use some hot rollers in order to get angelic curls.