February Web Exclusive: 2017’s Top Hair Trends


It’s awards season in Hollywood once again, and celebrities are setting off a storm of new hair trends from the red carpet. Help your clients refresh their look with these trendy hairstyles — plus the products they need to get them!

Trend: Sleek ponytails
As seen on: Chrissy Teigen at the Golden Globes


Get the look with Bosley Professional Strength’s Rebalancing and Finishing Treatment for a sleek finish.

Trend: Romantic, half-back hair
As seen on: Julie Bowen at the SAG Awards


Get the look with Amika’s Haute Mess Texture Gel for swoon-worthy texture.

Trend: Sculptural updos
As seen on: Blake Lively at the Golden Globes


Get the look with Color Wow’s Pop & Lock Crystallite Shellac for an extra dose of shine.

Trend: Braids on braids on braids
As seen on: Jessica Chastain at the Golden Globes


Get the look with Moroccanoil’s Styling Gel Strong for braids that last all day.

Trend: Sun-kissed copper
As seen on: Emma Stone in La La Land


Get the look with Kenra Professional’s Platinum Color Charge Spray Serum for refreshed color.

Trend: Boho waves
As seen on: Kathryn Hahn at the SAG Awards


Get the look with CHI’s Iron Guard 44 Style & Stay for soft waves that won’t budge.

Trend: Super-straight strands
As seen on: Kerry Washington at the SAG Awards


Get the look with ColorProof Evolved Color Care’s SuperPlump Thickening Blow Dry Spray for gorgeous body.

Trend: Lots of layers
As seen on: Jennifer Aniston in Office Christmas Party


Get the look with ECRU New York’s Texture Styling Balm for defined layers.

Trend: Golden “bronde”
As seen on: Jennifer Lopez at the People’s Choice Awards


Get the look with Neuma’s neuBlonde Platinum Collection for bronde that pops.

Trend: Brushed-back locks
As seen on: Kate Hudson at the SAG Awards


Get the look with Bass’ Green Brush for that “effortless” look.

Trend: Natural curls
As seen on: Nathalie Emmanuel at the SAG Awards


Get the look with PHYTO’s Phytospecific Curl Legend Curl-Sculpting Cream Gel for defined curls, not frizz.

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