The hair trend for Spring Summer 2017 is «I-just-got-out-of-the-sea-wet»

Lazy girls, rejoice with us! Trends are on our side, and you can kiss your hairbrushes goodbye for Spring Summer 2017… Kind of. The trends from the catwalks suggest that, over the next seasons, your hair will look very relaxed, like you just emerged from the waves. This is basically an updated version of the wet look so appreciated by JLo and Kim Kardashian, but also by supermodels like Gigi Hadid and Joan Smalls, who periodically sport this style on the several red carpets of the events they are invited to. The 2017 version of this hairstyle is absolutely straight on the top section of the head, hair pulled back, freeing your face of all locks, and becomes more interesting along hair lengths of hair, with an interplay of hair styling and waves. Thakoon, for instance, showcased a haphazard chignon, in full «I tried to style my hair but really couldn’t» style (thank you very, very much). Altuzarra is very helpful for those curly-haired ladies who want to make peace with wearing their hair down, and Carolina Herrera gave us a genius idea for when we need to move seamlessly from the beach to an elegant dinner out. In any case, say no to hairdryers and yes to mousses and lightweight gels that give our hair a wet effect, helping our hairstyle last longer even when we are not at the beach. Have a look at our gallery for inspiration, and let us know which look you would like to try out for yourself!

Altuzarra
Altuzarra
Altuzarra
Altuzarra
Balmain
Balmain
Balmain
Laura Biagiotti
Laura Biagiotti
Daizy Shely
Daizy Shely
Elie Saab
Elie Saab
John Galliano
John Galliano
Givenchy
Givenchy
Givenchy
Givenchy
Carolina Herrera
Carolina Herrera
Hood by Air
Hood by Air
Les Copains
Les Copains
Les Copains
Loewe
Loewe
Isabel Marant
Piccione Piccione
Piccione Piccione
Piccione Piccione
Thakoon
Theyskens Theory
Theyskens Theory
Toga
Ungaro
Ungaro
Ungaro
Ungaro

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