The Boyish Bang
At Moschino, Prada, Fendi, and Tom Ford, models stormed the runways in faux-cuts and choppy bangs that had a decidedly boyish quality to them.
Leave it to Rihanna to dream up one of the coolest hairstyles for 2018. Ponytails wrapped in elastic neon string, wrapped in sections and tied at random, the string created perfectly imperfect bubbled sections along the length of the tail.
The answer to whether you should get bangs is always yes—especially in 2018. Try a messy, choppy fringe paired with your long natural hair texture.
All hair types and textures can try this trend: two barrettes of your choice fastened parallel just above each temple. We love the gold ones at the Versace show, but a classic bobby pin done in a metallic finish works just as well.
For haircut and style inspiration in the coming year you should look to years past. Ends are rolled-under or flipped out, and cuts are blunter than ever, harkening back to the early ’90s in the most fashion-forward way.
If you have natural curls or texture—don’t just wear them, flaunt them. Use a few key styling products like mousse, hairspray, or dry shampoo to take your natural texture to new heights.
Return of the scrunchie
The humble scrunchie made a return to the runways this season at the Mansur Gavriel show. In 2018, it’s safe to say the polarizing accessory is back for good. The 2018 version should be worn and fastened with purpose and done in a luxe finish like silk or velvet.
Braids are back
Get your YouTube braid tutorials at the ready. Braids of all kinds have made a comeback on the runway (including four-strand and fishtail). Our favorite way to wear the trend? A long, low, and loose fishtail. Finish it off with a glitzy accessory fastened right at the nape.