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Spring - Summer 2011 Hairstyle Trends

Spring - Summer 2011 Hairstyle Trends
Spring - Summer 2011 Hairstyle Trends
Spring/summer 2011 hairstyle trends mean natural tresses, soft waves and curls, classic ballerina buns, elegant chignons, top knots, flirty ponytails, romantic braids, and androgynous slicked hair.
With spring just around the corner, it's time we see the hottest trends for the upcoming season.

Free, natural long tresses are so hot during the warm season. Effortless hairstyles exude femininity in the most simple way ever. Regardless your hair type and texture, this season try to keep your hair as natural as possible, whether you go for messier versions or for beautiful, soft waves or curls. Keep in mind that the middle, straight, clean parting is back again for spring/summer 2011 adding an adorable and girly touch to your look. You can draw your inspiration from Burberry Prorsum, D&G, Tommy Hilfiger, Anna Sui, or John Richmond.

Extremely popular throughout the last seasons, the wet effect makes a big hit for spring/summer 2011. Seen on numerous fashion shows, slicked hairstyles work perfect for long hair whether you choose to leave your hair loose or make a chignon. Using the wet effect requires maximum self-confidence and appropriate features as this type of hairstyle is not universally flattering. However, it brings a special, unique vibe due to its interesting feminine-masculine mixture. For the upcoming season, you can try the shiny version with dry ends as seen at Dries Van Noten or the one with visible comb marks as spotted at Kenzo. Besides, there is always the more glamorous variant of the tight, slicked chignon (Yves Saint Laurent).

The eternal updo seems to never go out of style, making a strong comeback for spring/summer 2011 among some of the hottest hairstyle trends. From the classic ballerina bun to glamorous chignons and flirty top knots, the upcoming season brings a riot of different versions of the already timeless updo. Therefore, don't be afraid to try and play as an updo is both practical and versatile, drawing the attention towards the face and gracefully revealing the neck. For spring/summer 2011, we have seen the simple and tidy ballerina bun at Nina Ricci and Jil Sander, and a messier version at Diane von Furstenberg.

Romantic and sweet chignons were spotted at Proenza Schouler, Dsquared², Dolce & Gabbana, and Nina Ricci. Perfect for a casual or for a more formal event, this type of chignon is easy and quick to do and it doesn't require professional styling skills or tools. A more elegant and ladylike approach was seen at Gucci, Chloé, Oscar de la Renta and the French twist at Zac Posen. For those who want something more comfortable and playful for a hot summer day, the Z Spoke by Zac Posen and Moschino top knots are easy to do with a minimum amount of effort.

As long hair offers a wide range of styling options, you'll certainly find it easy to choose among the diversity of hairstyles available for spring/summer 2011. Well, one of the most popular and already a classic is the famous ponytail. Even though it is considered as being a rather girly and childish hairstyle, the pony can be elegant and stylish too, without losing its innocent and sweet feeling. From the playful and romantic ponytail (Lacoste, Blugirl) to the elegant, almost perfect one with a lock of hair camouflaging the elastic band (Issey Miyake, Giambattista Valli) and the backcombed, retro version (Celine), this season the pony will instantaneously update your look.

Spring/summer 2011 hairstyle trends also come with another versatile option through the cute and flirtatious braids. The simple, shiny braid is not a big news since it is already a classic being spotted countless times on numerous fashion shows. This season it was seen at Hermès in the basic version and at Valentino in the fun, loose variant set on one side. A more special and different approach was the milkmaid braid-inspired style as seen at Erdem and the Gothic-inspired braids at Givenchy.



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