In The Post 2016 New Trend Hairstyles. From the runways of Milan to the fashion houses of Paris, the influences and inspiration for European trend setters are often sparked by styles sported by American celebrities and movie stars. If news travels fast, then whatâ€™s red hot in fashion travels at the speed of light. Keeping up with the most current and exciting trends is any stylistâ€™s challenge and passion.
2016 New Trend Hairstyles
Every decade or so, a truly special hairstyle arrives on the scene, sets the hair world on its head, and remains an iconic classic. Timeless style defies what is â€śinâ€ť and stands the test of time by reaching beyond oceans, borders and cultures. The remarkable and memorable haircuts donned by the famous, such as Farrah Fawcett, Dorothy Hamill, and Jennifer Aniston, illustrate how a trend can catch-on and then spread around the globe like wildfire.
Michelle Williams and Halle Berry have brought this classic short cut back into the limelight, but it first appeared in the 1950â€™s on the elegant and perfectly shaped head of Audrey Hepburn in the Oscar winning film, Roman Holiday. The epitome of low-maintenance and versatility, the pixie became an international phenomenon again in 1960â€™s London on model and sensation Twiggy. The close-cropped layers of the pixie frame the face and enhance oneâ€™s features. It was stylist Vidal Sassoon who re-popularized the pixie when he dressed Mia Farrowâ€™s hair in the film Rosemaryâ€™s Baby â€“ it hasnâ€™t gone out of vogue since. The pixie is brilliant in its simplicity and youthful flare and always looks effortless and well put together. A woman who wears the pixie exudes confidence and a feminine.
Brigitte Bardot was the definition of womanly, curvaceous appeal. Her signature fresh-out-of-bed look was all the rage in the 1960â€™s, and gained even more notoriety when repeated by Ursula Andress in the first James Bond film, Dr. No. But it was Bardotâ€™s memorable long, tousled, deliberately messy hairdo that made it a fashion staple. Today, Angelina Jolie presents the bedhead from a brunetteâ€™s perspective. This look is easy to create with a dab of styling gel with volumizer worked through damp hair with the fingers. The result is easy, carefree, and sensuous hair.Â 2016 New Trend Hairstyles gallery is here.