Texture can alter the look of any hairstyle adding glamour, edge and interest.The spring runways were lavish with textured fabrics complemented by textured hair.
Brushed out curls at Cynthia Rowley are full and romantic. If you have pretty, natural curls, use a paddle brush to brush them out focusing on the ends to about 3 inches from the roots. The result should be very full and a little frizzy. Finish with a mist Kevin Murphy Shimmer Shine.
Peekaboo braids were combined with loose, brushed out waves at Jill Stuart for a perfectly casual, chic finish. Wrap sections around a curling iron leaving the last 2-3 inches out. Brush through the curls, running a light texture paste through the ends. Make a few tiny braids and head out!
Most of us have wanted to be Jennifer Grey from Dirty Dancing for just a minute. Now's your chance. Talk to your stylist about a shag cut and a body wave.
Texture doesn't stop at hair. Use gold barrettes as seen at Versace to pin down the sides of full, clean hair. Want an edgy, bad girl vibe? Try wrapping bright elastics randomly down the length of the ponytail. Pull out a few pieces to add fullness and call it a day.
Fashion always brings a sense of excitement and breathes fresh life into style gone stale and texture is accessible to all of us without breaking the bank.