Hairstyle trends showcased at London Fashion Week 2017

Do you like to centre parting of the hair? Here is some good news for you.

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Hairstyle trends showcased at London Fashion Week 2017 Hairstyle trends showcased at London Fashion Week 2017

London Fashion Week is one of the biggest events in the fashion world. New York, Milan, Paris and London are the four places where the fashion weeks are held and set the trends internationally.

These events are glitzy and star studded affairs. All big brands and designers gather with their ensembles. For the models walking the ramp, it is an opportunity of the lifetime.

London Fashion Week 2017 brought back the centre parting of hair. This hairstyle can be donned in three different ways:

Sleek and Straight: Hair left loose with a poker-straight finish is the upcoming trend of Spring 2018. Three fashion giants -- Julien Macdonald,Roksanda and Jasper Conran led the trend.

The Julien Macdonald show offered a master class in sleek, shiny blow dries with just the right amount of volume. The models at Roksanda tucked their tresses behind the ears. Jasper Conran kept the hairstyles a little tousled and laid-back.

Sleek and Straight Sleek and Straight

Pinned Back: Centre parting is a go-to hairstyle and can be handy for a quick and easy hairdo. Both Emilia Wickstead and Burberry used centre parting in trendy low ponytails. This pinned back look highly defined the mid head. The Burberry look was all about crooked parting and loose baby hairs.

Pinned Pinned

Textured: Christopher Kane and Paula Knorr added texture to the look, by keeping things damp and frizzy. Kane's models had their hair pulled tightly back into a ponytail, while some of the models at Paula Knorr sported slicked-down roots with drier ends.

Textured Textured

Centre parting was very popular and hence it keeps making a comeback in the latest trends of hairstyles .

With Inputs from  AFP Relaxnews

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