Hot hairstyle tips for this season

By Aisling | November 21 2006 | 20 Comments

Mary is feeling daring and thinks she might go for a whole new look. She has shoulder length hair now and she asked: what is bang up to date this season?

Natasha had three strong style tips to give her:

1 Bobs are huge right now. Not necessarily a POB (though that’s a very popular style at the moment), but a blunt bob will bring you right up to date.

2. Fringes are in. Heavy fringes are really trendy this season.

3. Sixties hairstyles look great right now. This fits in perfectly with the whole fringe/bob look. Backcomb your hair and turn the ends out. Think Jean Shrimpton and you’re nearly there!

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20 Replies to "Hot hairstyle tips for this season"

  • Mary says:

    great tips Natasha. Thanks a million. Gona go bob style so not the POB but a blunt one and will keep my fringe. and now a have a new style to try out this weeknd with my Jean Shrimpton look!
    Keep up the good work girls!!!!

  • Aphrodite says:

    Cool Mary! You will look fab!

  • glittergirl says:

    I WANT A FRINGE!!! But have a damn cow’s lick as my mother calls it so it won’t sit.

    And to shame myself even more I quite like Cheryl Tweedy/Cole’s one!

  • Aphrodite says:

    I got a fringe (Natasha’s suggestion of course!) and I like it a lot – but I have the cows lick thing too – a good blast with the hairdryer usually sorts it out though!

  • Mary says:

    ive had a heavy fringe now for a while and i do like it but wasnt sure did i have a trendy enough style!!! im a big fan of fringes. its great to get good advise!

  • glittergirl says:

    Ah yes the old hairdryer – would you believe I don’t own one. I let my hair dry naturally over night which is very bad for me but good for my hair according to the hairdresser!!!

    Might invest in the lovely pink one in peter marks at the moment though………………..

  • Mary says:

    Well im an addit wen it comes to all things to do with hair. have a hair bag (dedicated to all my hair bits!) serums hair polish sprays all kinds of brushes you name it. cant wiat to try out this backcombing style and flick it out at the ends

  • jill says:

    heavy fringe: check
    slightly pobbish: check

    pobbish…what i nice word.

  • sweet o says:

    I discovered the miracle of backcombing when on holiday this week (went to a salon before a gig and they gave me a fabulous 60s updo) and have to say that it turns even my bobbed fine hair into an Audrey Hepburn-esque ‘do in a few mins flat! Long live the sixties look – I am slightly addicted to black liquid liner at the moment as well. And shift dresses. Oh, I was born in the wrong decade…

  • natasha says:

    natasha hare just a message for the girlies with cowslicks .Its ok to have a fringe with a cowslick once you keep it a heavy fringe the weight in it should hold it down and you should dry your fringe first so you dont give it a chance to stick up.when done proper can be very sexy !

  • Kerry says:

    I have a cows lick and quite a large forehead (how unfortunate am i?!) but I am going to take Natasha’s advice and have a heavy fringe cut in today, wish me luck :-)

  • Aphrodite says:

    I bet you will look gorgeous Kerry!

  • beth says:

    i realy need help with my hair it is horribly thin and i need some new harstyles for it because whenever i wear it down a second later it goeas tangly

  • Aphrodite says:

    Hi Beth, have you tried a volumising shampoo?

  • bee says:

    i too was born in the wrong decade!!! if only i had been the age i am now in the 60’s instead of living in the totally boring 2000 years of no decent fashion…if only. sigh. anyways, any tips on how to pull off the 60’s look apart from hair and makeup in a uniform (black jumper, black trousers or skirt, white collar)? please help, have already been looking but cant find anything really good and back to skool this week!!!

  • grainne.... says:

    I have a round quite samll face and a cows lick (gawd damn it) and i really want a fringe. what will i do?
    will i go ahead?

  • Maria says:

    You look fab, totally fab!

  • Maria says:

    :) I love this website :) It rocks

  • Erika says:

    i realy whant i side fringe but i have a cowslick
    soo is there anyway of getting rid of it ?

  • Lindy says:

    Well girls, i’ve been evesdropping from Cape Town South Africa. I have the same problem as Erika & Grainnne. Cows Lick!! I’ve had straight, long blonde hair all my life, whipped over to one side to accommodate the “lick”. I’ve always wanted a thick, straight fringe ala Heidi Klum but have been petrified of the “BOUNCE UP FACTOR”…. But i’m so inspired by your advice that I’m going to go for the plunge tomorrow. I had an appointment to just have the ends trimmed at the hairdresser but I’m going to take a risk & hope for the best! Thanks for the advice! Wish me luck!

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