When it comes to deciding your next big hair change, there are so many different choices it can be overwhelming. Amongst many other places to seek inspiration, the street style scene is where we look for most of our fashion and beauty inspiration these days. The streets of your city can be the best place to find your next style because it’s a non-official runway for the edgy fashion setters. Look around you next time you’re out and about and we guarantee you’ll see some cool looks you hadn’t ever considered for yourself.
We thought it’d be cool to recap hairstyles we love seeing on the New York City pavements. Read on to see which hairstyles landed on our street style hair faves list:
Street Style Hair Trends
1. Neat Braids
Polished braided styles are taking over the scene for their neat clean finish and undeniable fierceness. You can score the look at home with TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Shine Serum.
2. Undone Hair
Unfinished hairstyles add a nice elevated and grungy feel to any look. Less defined spiraled waves and more lived-in textures are a total vibe and so easy to do. Backcombing your strands after styling is an easy way to achieve the look.
3. Shiny Hair
Since “glass hair” is a buzzword at the moment and all, we do expect to see some shiny heads out and about. Add shine to your style with the help of a lightweight shine spray like Bed Head By TIGI Masterpiece Shine Hairspray.
4. Pinned Up Curls
During the summer seasons, many naturally curly gals opted for wash and go styles and big ‘fros. As weather approaches, cute pinned up curly styles seem to be the look of choice. Whether it’s pinning hair up into a frohawk, or using bobby pins to accessorize your curls.
In case you haven’t noticed, the classic bob haircut is making a massive comeback after its sister style, the lob took over for a bit. Women are going for sharp, blunt cuts as opposed to asymmetrical looks.
6. Blue Hair
Bold shades of blue, like navy, are one of our fave hues to see out on the streets. However, when it comes to hair, don’t be afraid to play around with lighter hues either.