The star-studded red carpet not only celebrates the past year and achievements but give us major fashion goals. This year, however, the award show was more about standing in unison as the whole industry came together to voice against sexual harassment. What started off as a #Timesup posts on social media snowballed into a revolution with celebrities showcasing their solidarity by wearing black to the show. While this sent a powerful message and threw light on the positive upcoming change for women in every part of the world, it did not stop these A-listers from giving us some major fashion ideas for 2018.
Here are the top hair trends to look for in 2018 for both men and women.
1.The pixie with side swept bangs
Gwendoline Chirstia shows how to rock this chic pixie trend that is set to take the fashion world by storm this year. Just like her character from Game of Thrones, she looked bold, fierce, and edgy as she added a dash of style with the side swept bangs to the look.
2. The top knot
Millie Bobbi Brown of Stranger Things fame is no stranger to the best red carpet looks gallery. With the perfectly gelled hair and top knot, she has given us enough reason to try this look out for a night out with friends or even a date night with bae.
3. The slicked-back
From Gilmore Girls to This is Us, Milo Ventimiglia transformed his looks from rugged boy-next-door to suave slicked-back haired hero. This swoon-worthy long-tressed look is both date night and boardroom-ready thanks to its low maintenance, high on gel character.
4. The soft spike
The Baywatch star gives us yet another sleek look that is both offices friendly and drool-worthy. This soft spike has come into play replacing the ruffled hair trend from the Twilight era. With the possibility of a clean, close cut, this trend is here to rock the men’s world this year.
5. The wavy-lob
Voluminous hair has been the rave these days, and this wavy lob shows how to rock the trend. With a big thumbs up from Scandal star Kerry Washington, this one is easy to achieve and totally brunch-friendly. Push the hair to a side to reveal contoured and chiseled jaws.