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The Hair Trends to Rock This Party Season

Celebration mode is officially on and these chic and fun hairstyles will put you in the perfect party mood.

Sara Sampaio – For a romantic and elegant style, pulling hair back into a low ponytail with an impressive velvet black bow, like at Tory Burch, is the only way to go.

You’ve set out all your beauty products, including that standout red lipstick or glittery eyeshadow, now all you need is a defining hairstyle. Do you want to go bold and powerful or feminine and pretty? Whether you like your hair down, up or somewhere in between, we’ve found all the party hairstyle inspo you need from the autumn/winter runways. Plus, as they’re a surefire way to glam things up and a great way to hide a bad hair day, we’ve picked out a variety of on trend hair accessories that will instantly add a touch of magic to your tresses. 

Slicked hair is extremely edgy, but if you don’t want to go all the way, Alexis Mabille, came up with a solution by slicking down the roots, while the rest of the hair was wavy.

If you like the slicked backed look, how about adding some reflective hues? Issey Miyake went for purple, green and blue.

Whether your hair is worn up or down, crowns and floral wreaths add a feminine and gentle touch; they looked so fabulous at Dolce & Gabbana.

Having trouble deciding if you want your hair up or down? Emilia Wickstead introduced 90s-style half-up half-down poker-straight hair, decorating it with a black ribbon.

Temperley introduced an ultra creative way to wear a ponytail: half-up to one side and secured with a thick velvet ribbon. The flyaway hairs add a touch of nonchalance.

H&M’s power plaits are super sleek and although the headband is simple, we think it makes quite an impression.

If you’re in a warrior princess mode and your outfit is on the fierce side, you can complement it with some strong rebel plaits placed ever so high, a look seen at Balmain.

Anyone planning a “Game of Thrones” party? Elie Saab’s gleaming bandeau headbands, delicately studded plus floral details, will have you feeling like Sansa Stark in a jiffy.

Some of Altuzarra‘s thick black headbands were embellished with pearls for a really regal look.

Gucci’s elastic web striped headbands came decorated with crystals and fashion jewellery and will have you disco-ready in no time.

For an ethereal look, Luisa Beccaria’s floral crowns are the perfect accessory.

The romantic twists seen at Jenny Packham were so pretty and perfect for that night out.

If you feel like keeping your hair loose and free, Badgley Mischka’s 1920s inspired voluminous and bouncy waves are a top option.

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