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Spring clean your hairstyle – The best 2023 hair trends

Want to spring clean your look? From playful styles to the ultimate haircare regime, here are some of the top hair trends for 2023.


While short hairstyles look incredible, that doesn’t mean long locks are on the way out. Long, luxurious tresses are staying put this year, whether it’s from hair extensions or impressive natural growth from taking such good care of your mane. Big hair is set to make an impact come award season, including Hollywood waves with plenty of volume.


Many people worry that updos can look old fashioned, but slicked-back looks are on trend for anyone who wants a ‘minimal fuss’ style that’s perfect for both day and evening events. Whether you want a top knot bun or high ponytail, slick-gelled hair is a 2023 highlight. Choose a style that helps bring out your best features and suits your face shape, bringing up the sides of your locks in line with your cheekbones.


Ever tired of seeing the same hairstyles year in, year out? Well, 2023 is gifting some serious hair artistry magic. Rather than focusing on haircuts and colours, these styles are grabbing attention for their creativity, from sculptured braids to beautifully styled bows. Looking for the perfect party hair ideas? Find some looks you love and ask your hairdresser if they can recreate them for you.


Hair trends aren’t always about the new, with retro hair taking centre stage in 2023. A style we love is 70s curtain fringes, giving full, thick hair that looks casual and unplanned. Swept to either side, you can make this ultra-cool style work for you. Want to grow out your fringe? Let your hairdresser know so that they can help shape its growth during your regular trims.


We’ve seen a rise in haircare treatments in recent years, but don’t forget about your scalp too. Looking after the skin beneath your tresses is vital for hair health, whether tackling issues like dandruff or achieving the perfect hair shine. Ask your hair salon which products they’d recommend for your hair and scalp type. For example, you may need a product ideal for sensitive skin, one that exfoliates your scalp or a treatment that creates a skin barrier.


Unfortunately, not every hair trend is good, so if you’ve been researching hair damage claims as a result of a scalp injury or hair loss caused by salon negligence, we want to hear from you.

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