Latest Hair Trends for 2013

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Make a bold statement with the latest hair trends this season

Out with the old; in with the new - this year, it’s all about transforming yourself from head to toe. So dive head-first and rock out the latest hair trends that we’ve spotted on the catwalks and on the red carpet:

So, So Slick: The wet look is in! Slick hair down straight in the centre, and have the sides parted around the crown. Tie up in a low pony or have it hanging messy and loose on the sides for a two-in-one texture.

Deep Side Parts: We’re majorly crushing over deep side parts and wavy tresses à la Jessica Alba, Megan Fox, and Amy Adams when they rocked the Red Carpet at this year’s Oscars. Use the tip of a fine-toothed comb to create the proper parting, which should be at least 2 inches close to your ear. Use mousse to secure the hair in shape.

Blast From The Past: Think chiffon headscarves and tight vintage waves from the 50s, and bouffant hair like Brigitte Bardot in the 60s. Be inspired by Kate Middleton’s long parted fringe and thick wavy layers that are reminiscent of 70s babe Farrah Fawcett.

The New Low Ponytail: Hovering just at or below the nape of the neck, and ironed dead straight, it’s all about showing off your length with this no-fuss hair trend of 2013. Follow in Michael Kors’ footsteps and add a wide hair band to keep hair in place. Or, opt for an over the top bow like Etro to add femininity.

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Which of these hair trends of 2013 do you like the most? Tell us in the comments below!

Images courtesy of Huffington Post

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