The Best Hair Styles Of 2018

The 2018 fashion shows have given us some of the best hair inspiration walking down the the runways then ever before. From romantic messy up-dos to a million ways to style braids, the past season has shown us plenty of looks you can master yourself at home. See our pick of the best hair at the 2018 shows below.

The classic up-do was reworked at Erdem Spring/Summer using two braids made into a low bun and a bow added for an unexpected tomboy look.

At the Marc Jacobs Autumn/Winter show, the banana clip came back in trend using slicked back hair to give it a chic makeover.

Bella Hadid rocked messy curtain bangs at the Jason Wu Autumn/Winter show using a texture spray for extra volume.

At Ulla Johnson Autumn/Winter the models featured one long braid spiralling around the hair to give a twist on the traditional braided halo.

Plats were reinvented at the Negris Le Broom Autumn/Winter runway with two smooth braids bonded into the rest of the hair.

Simple and elegant was the theme running throughout the Bor Asku Autumn/Winter show featuring simple waves through a pony tail tied up with velvet ribbon.

The girls at Vicky Zhang Spring/Summer show had beautiful tousled halo braid and angelic makeup to match.

The hair at DAX Spring/Summer was keep smooth and shiny with small curls to add volume and movement.

At Carolina Herrara Autumn/Winter the hair was gorgeously messy with pins holding a sprawled up-do.

As always, Tommy Hilfigers Autumn/Winter show tested the limits with fun small braids through messy straight hair to compliment his bright clothing.

It was all about the hair accessories at Dolce and Gabbana Spring/Summer show. The colours in the bejewelled headbands complimented the lip and eyes of the models.

Models at the Roksanda Autumn/Winter show embraced their natural textures with the theme of a brushed pony tail held by a thin elastic.

A wet wave look was feature at the Eudon Choi Autumn/Winter show to match the solid leather looks on the runway.

By Christy McAlister

Photos: harpers bazzar and British vogue

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