The Spring 2011 runways were a bit of a tease—big hair was all the buzz! Plus, side braids and ballerina buns continue their comeback. While spring may seem a bit distant, it's never too early to refresh your hair routine!Bountiful Buns
The ballerina bun appeared in various textures and heights. Oscar de la Renta offered true elegance with a flawless high bun, while Zac Posen went for a top knot with loose curls. This look can be dressed up or down to fit the proper occasion.
Say so long to the classic braid: plaits woven into place put a fresh twist on this timeless hairstyle. Alexander McQueen and Locaste showcased woven locks that may be hard to duplicate, but are definitely worth the effort. Try mixing up the size and placement of the braid to instantly transform your looK
Designers did not neglect the use of playful accessories. The key to this trend is to suit your individual taste, whether a gilded barrette or retro head scarf. Whatever your style, try these simple add-ons to liven up tousled locks or a smooth top knot.
Wet and Wild
Wet strands got a dose of gel that exuded a strong, sexy look in a simple way. The overall effect was a sporty-sleek style that is easily achieved at home. This look makes rushing out the shower and off to work an acceptable habit!
Sometimes, less is more. This old adage was never more true than on the Spring 2011 runways where loose, natural hairstyles ran wild. The feminine look works for all textures and lengths.