Dare to be Noughty with your hairstyle this winter

Dare to be Noughty with your hairstyle this winter

Hairstyles this winter
References: Balmain, Chanel, Prada, Brandon Maxwell

Whether you’re going for a fresh new look, or just want to breathe life into your current do, the change of season is a great time to take stock and start fresh. If you’re looking for inspiration, you have come to the right place. We’re all about inspo to live your best life and your best hair at Noughty.

Length is in right now, but if you’re going to keep your mane long then you need to keep it hydrated and healthy. Dead ends that look like straw aren’t cute. Long layers are the key to this look, with shorter pieces around the face. Keep hair in top shape with regular trims and conditioning treatments, like Noughty Intensive Care Leave In Conditioner.

Hot tip: The longer conditioner sits on your hair, the more time it has to work its hydrating magic. Ditch conditioner for an intensive leave-in, applying to the lengths and ends of your hair post shower. Hydration city, population: you.

Hair Trend 1
References: Tory Burch, Ralph E Russo

There is nothing more chic than blunt hair; a shiny bob and straight bangs are a statement hairstyle. The key to working this look as more ‘sophisticated woman with her life together’ and less ‘preschooler on picture day’ is gloss and shine. Skip loading hair up with extra products that will just leave you oily and limp, and look for a shampoo that will do this for you (and take an extra step out of your morning routine, because we know you’re busy and important!) You want ingredients like jojoba oil and blue mallow flower for a generous dose of lustre and sheen without the added weight. Rise & Shine Shampoo has you covered for shine, but it’s BYO attitude with this ‘do.

Hair Trend 2
References: Saint Laurent, Public School, Tadashi Shoji

If you’re a girl with curls, the mention of curly bangs might make you think that we’re insane, but hear us out. Curls can be tough to manage but you don’t need to be boxed into one style. Round layers will help fight a triangular look, and loose wispy bangs can frame the face and open up a world of styling options. The key to this look is hydrated curls, because healthy curls will be easier to style. Duh. Ingredients like avocado oil and shea butter in Wave Hello Curl Defining Shampoo and Conditioner mean ends will be soft, and having a hairdresser shape your curls with a razor means you can take out some of the weight so hair sits better. Life advice: this probably isn’t something you want to attempt yourself with a pair of scissors after a couple of glasses of wine. Leave the trimming to the pros.

Hair Trend 1
References: Tory Burch, Ralph E Russo
Hair Trend 2
References: Saint Laurent, Public School, Tadashi Shoji
Hair Trend 3
References: Jill Stuart, Adam Selman, Dior, Anna Sui, Max Mara

Mid length hair with beach waves will always be on point, but this style can go from beach chic to beach ick quickly if hair is dirty and clogged with buildup from salt sprays, texturizing sprays, creams, and whatever else you load into your mane for that ‘effortless’ look (we know how much effort you put in, FYI). Detoxing hair from pollution and product should be an important part of your hair care routine, and Detox Dynamo 2-in-1 means you can cleanse out the gunk and actually have effortless beach waves without the beach nasties in your hair. Achieve those waves by braiding and twisting hair, and then running a straightener over hair for haphazard, natural looking kinks and bends.

If you really want to change it up and make a statement, go the route of Kristen Stewart, Cara Delevingne, Kate Hudson, Amber Rose, and many others, and get a buzzcut. If nothing else, you’ll save on time in the morning.