Wednesday, 24 February 2010

Natural hair styling goes feminine and girly

Natural hair styling goes feminine and girly
Natural hair styling has gone feminine and girly, with schoolgirl looks on show at London Fashion Week, according to an expert.

The Mirror reports that plaits, twists and braids have been a popular style on the capital's catwalks and celebrities have been quick to follow the trend, with the likes of actress Diane Kruger going for a weaved do.

'This style really suits Pixie Lott as it's cutting edge and cool,' hair expert Andrew Barton told the newspaper.

In fact, Pixie Lott has been inspiring plenty of trends of late. Jules Holland, creative director at Mark Hill Salon, recently said that the singer's 1970s-style textured hair, with a festival feel, has become a fashionable look.

Mr Barton recommended that women wanting to follow the braid trend should section off the front part of the hair and divide it into three parts, twisting each one

'Then plait your way down to the ends picking up extra hair as you go,' he advised.

Natural hair styling products can be used to finish off the look, with a spritz of hair spray recommended to secure the style.

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