Looking for a 2011 new hairdo?? Style Bistro has got some style, color and cut tips just for you!
Check out the 2011 new hairdo trends straight from the runway. Prepare to be inspired.
Models stalked the runways at Naeem Khan and Sonia Rykiel with incredible pompadours and teased-out waves—paying homage to one hair trend that never goes out of style: volume. Get the look with large barrel curling irons and a little backcombing.
The easiest and fastest way to update your look is to switch up your part. Models at Carolina Herrera, Gucci and Louis Vuitton rocked deep side parts fastened into classic buns and low pony's. A simple comb and a dollop of gel or pomade is all that is needed when creating this fresh look.
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.
Get polished with a classic, powerful ponytail. For a sleek look, apply smoothing serum or gel and secure hair into a low ponytail. Looking to pump up the volume? Add height to the crown by backcombing the roots and flat iron the rest for an extra slick finish.
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 with 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.
(All photos from IMax Tree)