My Top 5 Celebrity Hair Trends for 2018

December 22, 2017

Judge me if you must, but I love writing about celebrity hair. In fact, I get so amped on the topic that my editor at Brit + Co. (love her!) has told me to chill on more than one occasion. I recently scouted out 30 hair trends for this B+C slideshow on the site, but I couldn't help but highlight a few that I'm most excited about. 

 

Trend: Minimalist Buns, Twists, and Neat Chignons. 

Muses: Kate Bosworth, Gwyneth Paltrow, Nicole Richie.

 

 (Photos via Instagram)

Note: My favorite takes on the trend are low and itty-bitty.

 

Trend: Messy-Pretty Side Styles, Deep Side Parts.

Muses: Lucy Hale, Frances Bean Cobain

 

(Photos via Instagram/Instagram)

 

Note: I love imperfect, hand-parts, but razor-sharp parts are perfect for sleek, formal takes.

 

Trend: Brushed-Out Curls, Natural Textures.

Muses: Shay Mitchell, Amanda Seyfried

 

(Photos via Instagram/Instagram

 

Note: Focus on displaying healthy, natural, nourished locks that aren't overly processed.

 

Trend: Bangs — Curtain, Arched, and Long Varieties.

Muses: Louise Follain, Jessica Biel, Alexa Chung.

 

 (Photos via Instagram)

 

Note: Hand-parted styles are completely on-trend and complement the above types of fringe perfectly.

 

Trend: French-Girl Hair.

Muses: Caroline de Maigret, Anne-Laure Mais.

 

 (Photos via Instagram/Instagram)

 

Note: Lived-in, effortless locks are where it's at; trying too hard is très uncool.

 

These are just a few of my personal favorites that I'll be wearing in 2018. But if you're after more celebrity hair goodness, you can always check out my Author Page at Brit + Co. for more. You'll find posts on celebrity hair trends, wedding hair inspiration, low hairdos, curly updos, and so much more.

 

What hair trends will you try in 2018? Let me know!

 

 

 

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