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Back to School Hairstyle Trends and Fads

Jane Fonda In the Klute Hair Style

Early warning on hairstyle trends and fads for Back to School

  • The Klute Hairstyle ~~~ The New York Observer is reporting that the hot new hairstyle trend seen on the streets of New York right now is a hairstyle made popular by Jane Fonda in the 1971 movie Klute. Watch for this hairstyle to start showing up in other parts of the country. Avoid this hairstyle if you have an oblong or rectangular face shape. Round faces should also pass on this one.

  • Bangs Return, and With Them, Naysayers and Chopaholics ~~ Reese Witherspoon started it all off in January at the Golden Globes and perpetuated in hairstyles on Bettie Page, Jane Birkin, Rihanna and Cat Power recently, according to a July 26, 2007 New York Times article by ANNA JANE GROSSMAN. Bangs or Fringe for all my European readers is making a comeback in the la, dee, dah hair styling salons on both coasts, so start letting those bangs grow out if you want to be in on the trend.

  • Big Hair is Everywhere ~~ The movie Hairspray is causing almost a stampede by the media and hairstyle salons to predict a new hairstyle fad or trend in big hair. Here is just a few of the dozens of articles that I have seen theses past few days. Salon does ‘Hairspray’ for the day, The Secret Behind Hairspray’s Big Hair!, Huge hair makes a comeback, Big Hair is back. I’m not willing to jump on this band wagon, mostly because very few women can look really good with big hair. If you don’t have an oval or a heart-shaped face, don’t even bother with this hairstyle trend, its is likely to be a hairstyle fad that fizzles. For certain, listen carefully to any advice you’re getting from your hairdresser.

 

  





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