Straight from the runaway, here you have the latest fall/winter 2011-2012 hairstyles trends, so that you look impeccable. From playful tresses to classic and elegant updos, you have plenty of hairstyle trends to opt for.
Regardless the hair type and length, catwalks presented a large palette of options for everybody, so get inspired from these fall/winter 2011-2012 hairstyle trends and reinvent you hair the next season.
The line in the center is to be seen at designers such as Chloé, D&G, Anna Sui and Versace, while Nina Ricci proposes a half-up hairstyle and backcomb the hair at the crown of the head. Glossy, shiny and smooth locks are back on trends.
Simple and easy to make, the versatile ponytail gives you a feminine look and can be worn day or night. Prada and Philosophy show a relaxed ponytail, secured low at the nape of the neck. To achieve the same sexy and elegant ponytail as seen on Max Azria and Gucci models, take a lock of hair from the flowing section of the pony and wrap it around its base. On the other hand, Valentino and Lela Rose reveal sophisticated and polished ponytails.
Buns are also among the hairstyles trends of the next season. Whether you choose loose, romantic buns (D&G), messy knots, chic chignons (Rochas) or glamorous twists, your will surely be stylish. For a Chanel know, part your hair to the side, make a loose pony, roll up and pin in place below the ear.
Badgley Mishka promotes old Hollywood style, inspired from the classic films of the 1940s and 1950s. Get a classy retro look by parting your hair twisted on both sides gathered at the back in a simple bun. Luca Luca and Carolina Herrera collections sport sexy and refined bun, with a sophisticated polished look.
A strong comeback is made by braided hairstyles. Lanvin and Cacharel use simple braids, Y3 goes for playful braided pigtails while Kenzo proposes twin braids. Milkmaid braids and the famous side braid are also back.
When it is about short hair, fall/winter 2011-2012 hairstyles trends presents natural-looking style (Balmain, Cacharel) or messy style (Anna Sui, Isabel Marant).