Hairstyle Trends for Spring & Summer 2017

So what’s gonna be hot for hair when the weather turns warmer? The new hairstyle trends for spring and summer, 2009, characterize a variety of styles that will flatter hair of any length, whether it’s short, long or in-between.

There’s something for everyone! Looking for change? Get a haircut that allows you to wear a practical style for daytime and a more flirty look for the evening hours.

Long Hairstyles

Wavy, textured hair brings a tousled, feminine look. If your hair is long and thick, this is easy to achieve because textured and shaped hair allows you more control with your hair style. Simply wash your hair, add some mousse and blow dry your hair on low. Use a curling iron and finger-comb the layers. For piecey chunks, apply styling wax on the ends to separate.

For a simple, sleek and smooth look, straight hair can look great on almost anyone, reflecting light and enhancing shine. If you have natural waves, you don’t need to blow-dry. Simply use a flat iron to straighten it out section by section after you let it air dry. Set the style with hair spray and stay away from rain or heavy humidity.

Short Hair

Want less fuss with a short hairstyle? Ask your stylist for heavy layers to add dimension, fullness, and bounce. Boyish, yet feminine, this is the easiest cut to wash and style. If you prefer more than a basic bob, look for an asymmetrical cut to update your look and keep you on the edge.

Ringlets that are too tight look old-fashioned and Victorian. Keep your short curls loose and natural. Finger comb and tousle your tresses when slightly wet for a true romantic look. Face-framing layers will help make a basic hairstyle more versatile and add much needed movement.

Whatever your hair length, this year’s parts are leaning towards the center. What looks best on you may depend on the shape of your head, if you have bangs, and if they will also part to reveal a portion of your forehead. If you prefer a side part, forgo the center and wear it where you wish. Not every trend looks good on everyone.


The current trend for bangs is soft and side-swept, exposing only part of your forehead. To look anything but ordinary, opt for angled bangs to accentuate your unique style. Whilst bangs require more frequent maintenance, they’re great for covering up a long forehead, flaws, or lines.

Ponytails are back in a big way. With their practicality, getting ready for a casual or formal event is a snap. Soft waves add sensuality to a basic ponytail. For any texture of hair, set high or low, what’s classic is now trendy. Try combing your hair back with your fingers for a slightly imperfect, messed-up hairdo.

Color & Highlights Trends

Sexy, feminine highlights are always in style. Chunky highlights give way to subtle. Spring brings popular multi-tone highlights and lowlights for several shades of color that adds dimension and reflects the light. A great haircut combined with delicate highlights ensure that you will look classy at special events and in pictures. Trendy and stylish, this summer promises to bring some of the most exciting hairstyles we’ve seen in years. What better time is there to update your tresses?

PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week kicks off in Karachi\10\22\story_22-10-2011_pg9_17

October 20, 2011, saw the start of the fourth instalment of the Pakistan Fashion Design Council (PFDC) Sunsilk Fashion Week in Pakistan. Indeed this time, the PFDC and Sunsilk took their week of fashion further to a bigger business platform teaming up with Expo Pakistan, in collaboration with the TDAP whereby PFDC Sunsilk Fashion week is being held in parallel to the trade event.

Day 1 of PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week was structured into 2 acts, which featured 3 ramp shows each with 5 distinct designers and a show by the students of the PIFD.

Act 1

It was attended by leading media and fashion personalities, journalists and buyers who had flown in to attend Expo Pakistan.

Act 1 of PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week 2010 was opened by Maria B and her womenswear prêt-à-porter collection for PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week entitled “Neo Natives”. The designer drew her inspiration from ancient world cultures from Aztec to Persia to fuse a global identity for the women of today. Through this collection the designer looked to project a world that is full of love, acceptance and respect for each other’s cultures and identities. Indeed “Neo Natives” speak for the urban women of today, world travellers confident in their identities and capabilities. Talking about her brand and collection, the designer said, “It is Internationally relevant and affordable fashion for the modern Pakistani woman”. Renowned television host Shaista Wahidi and designers Yousaf Bashir Qureshi and Rizwanullah walked the ramp for the designer.

Act 1’s second show belonged to the debut collection of young designer Zonia. Her menswear and womenswear collection was titled “Aurora Luminescence – The Glowing Murk” which was inspired by an amalgamation of two tremendous natural wonders to achieve a manmade termination in the form of experimental garments, which are a concoction of colour inspiration from Aurora waves and the silhouettes are attained by focusing on bioluminescent mushrooms which are ruffled, frill yet composed. The attributes of all garments differ in light and dark.

The collection utilised unique and unusual fabrics combined with a white luminous fabric which glowed in blue or green focusing mainly on the lustre and drape of the fabric. Garments were without any embroidery but includes soft ruffles, J shaped cut lines, layering and white piping while white trims and white glow in the dark thread. On her debut and design aesthetic the designer said ““I believe in following my own pace, my own instincts and trust that no matter what I will get it right!…my designs are for people who love details, are confident, smart and desirable”

Next on the runway was Karachi-based designer Zaheer Abbas with his womenswear collection for the PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week entitled “Myth”. For this collection Abbas had drawn inspiration from elements of art and architecture along with Roman sculptures influenced by ‘wet drapery’, a term used by art historians to describe cloth that appears to cling to the body in animated folds while it reveals the contours of the form beneath. Based in pure chiffon, the collection carried motifs such as pillars, vases and acanthus leaf embroidered in antique gold and copper, creating a true synthesis of inventiveness and practicality.

Zaheer Abbas’ inspirations were driven from East to West and from history to the future. For his second showing at the PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week, Abbas went back in time; from classical statuary to modern dresses for his Spring/Summer collection. About his collection the designer said “Through the centuries, art and fashion have achieved their own transformations, Roman sculptures and their drapery is one example that creates a spectacular synthesis for which not many words are needed, the beauty speaks for itself”

Act 2

Opening for Day 1’s Act 2 was the Karachi based designer Nida Azwer with her womenswear collection for PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week entitled “Foliaceous” which drew inspiration from the textures and hues that surround her. Based in a flowy silhouette using fabrics such as cottons, linens, silks and organza, the collection marked the designers’ foray into textures where she explored the textures of fresh leaves using traditional techniques such as cutwork accentuated with lace in the earthy tones of green and blue. Speaking about her participation at the week the designer said “Fashion weeks in Pakistan gives everyone the opportunity to collectively showcase their work on a national level. I’m very happy to support it and be a part of it.”

Next on the Karachi runway was the Pakistan Institute of Fashion Design [PIFD] where six students, Farwa Zaheer, Ridah Syed, Rubab Haider, Maryam Jaleel, Asma Iqbal, Komal Afridi, Safa Tariq and Saba Ijaz showcased their indiviual pieces and capsule collections.

The first day’s finale was by designer Akif showcasing his womenswear prêt-à-porter collection for PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week, “Mast Patang”, inspired by the Pakistani kite flying festival of Basant. His collection looked to capture the joyous nature and festivity of the occasion. In this collection he harked back to his childhood memory of congested old Lahore buildings where thousands of colourful kites were being flown from every rooftop.

“Mast Patang” was worked in a variety of fabrics such as velvet, linen, chiffon, viscose and cotton and engaged a vibrant colour palette including yellows, reds and oranges symbolising the rich colours of the kites themselves, along with the colour deep blue, indeed symbolic of the colour of the night in which these kites are flown. The designer presented French styled velvet jackets, jumpsuits inspired from the Far East and striking waistcoats all fused together with traditional Pakistani embroidery to create a collection representing Pakistan and its beautiful culture as manifest within the festival of Basant, to the rest of the world.

Wig-O-Mania latest styles in Lace Front Wigs

Wig-O-Mania will soon be introducing the latest in Lace Front Wigs.

These will not need tape or glue to hold it but its specially designed lace will hold the wig securely on the head

Lace front wigs have lace in the front that can be trimmed off, and the back is usually constructed to in way you can sew it in with normal hair extensions so that it can blend seemlessly.

The front appearance gives you a natural hairline, while the back is sewn with part weave to fill in the rest.

Lace front wigs are light and most versatile of all wig types – recommended for individuals with moderate, advanced or complete hair loss. This product is especially suited for individuals with hereditary hair loss or medical conditions such as cancer or alopecia.

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Wigs, Hairpieces and Extensions: Some Mysterious History About Lace Wigs

Author: lien2758055

More than hair to go, behind the wigs, hairpieces and extensions there is a world unknown to many ordinary women, full of history and art, far from being steeped in the aesthetics of the past decades has evolved and adapted to the requirements of modernity. Are no longer the exclusive preserve of the theater or television, are now a tool to enhance our service to our beauty, raise self-esteem or simply allow change of image. Here we unveil the mystery surrounding this device, sometimes clear, sometimes slightly undetectable, conspiring to make you look like the diva you always dreamed of, and give you the coordinates to find the right one for you.

A long and curly human hair wigs

Wigs and hairpieces have been present throughout human history:

– The first cosmetic use goes back to ancient Egypt where they were common among men and women who shaved their heads to show them off. That time wigs were made of human hair from a net of animal hair fibers, wool, gold and other metals, according to the rank of those who were to use.

– During the Roman Empire hairpieces to increase hair length and volume were very popular among females.

– From the first century, the Catholic Church made war with the wigs, branded as demonic invention lends itself to negative energy invade one who wear them because they are made from hair of dead people could be heretics and imposed excommunication Christian anyone who would use it.

– The Virgin Queen, Elizabeth I of England, put the wig back into the fray, his favorites were the red and orange.

– Louis XIII suffered from premature baldness and expanded the custom of wearing wigs among the noble classes throughout Europe until the eighteenth century, called the golden age of this attachment, in which the white lace wigs, long curly became fashionable to be part of the dress of judges and lawyers; time when high society women wore big wigs to three feet tall, bleached with rice powder, blue or pink.

– During the 60 came up again the fascination with wigs.Wigs became especially popular blondes in honor of Marilyn Monroe. Venezuela did not escape this trend and Renny Ottolina recalled to the wedge of Cuchita Wigs ‘Cuchita, the removable peluquita.’

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Paris Hilton trades blonde hair for brunette wig in Dubai

And  the Paris Hilton we all recognize ...

Party-girl Paris Hilton swapped her signature fair hair for a dark wig while filming her new series of “Paris Hilton’s My New BFF,” reports London’s Daily Mail.

The 28-year-old reality TV star sported the new look before and posted a picture of herself in a similar wig last month on her Twitter site with the words, “Me in disguise today. Blonds have fun! But brunettes are hot too!”

Hilton was also a brunette in her starring role in the rock horror movie musical, “Repo! The Genetic Opera.”

After describing last year’s “BFF” winner Brittany Flickinger as a “hungry tiger,” Hilton recently weeded out 14 final contestants in season two of her U.S. reality show in a variety of challenges from pole dancing to petting a tiger in Las Vegas.

Now, the hotel heiress is searching for a new best friend in Dubai after U.S. and British versions of her hit show.

The 17-day shoot will take place later this month. Hilton’s hard-partying style will be reduced to accommodate the Middle East audience, according to Ish Entertainment.

“We’re very aware we are not making the same show we would make in Los Angeles,” said Ish’s co-founder Michael Hirschorn.

“I was excited about the sheer, ‘Oh my God, what’s going to happen’ factor.'”

Remember the Fall 2008 hairstyles and winter 2009 hairstyles?????

The hottest looks and hair trends for fall 2008 and winter 2009.

There are so many hot styles to follow this season, whether you want to make a drastic change or a subtle or there’s something for every women and girl to follow this season.

1. Fall 2008 hairstyles and winter 2009 Hairstyles

2. Pinned and Parted

3. Over the Ear Chignon

4. 2008 Homecoming Hairstyles

5. Pixie Haircuts

6. Fall 2008 Hairstyles on the Runway

Wig-O-Mania Exclusive: Christina – Long 3/4 Wig – High End High Heat Fibre for Citruss TV


Christina is a ¾ hairpiece with luscious long curls and is available in the following 2 colours:

1B (Natural Black.)

2/4 (Dark Warm Brown,) a blend of colours 2 and 4.

It is made with the amazing High Heat Fibre that looks and feels just like Natural European Human Hair.  It also has greater versatility and can be curled or straightened  by using your electric curling tongs or straighteners, as long as you do not exceed 180 degrees or you will melt the fibre.  Unlike normal synthetic wigs that would melt if any heat wear applied.


It is a beautiful hairpiece with luscious long curls with the approximate total length from the front to the ends at the back of 24 inches. The ¾ hairpiece makes use of the customers own hair at the front so it looks very natural and undetectable.  Although Jasmine is straight it can be curled or straightened as desired.

Wig-O-Mania High End 3/4 Wig - Christina - Exclusively made for Citruss TV

Wig-O-Mania High End 3/4 Wig - Christina - Exclusively made for Citruss TV

Wig-O-Mania High End 3/4 Wig - Christina - Exclusively made for Citruss TV

Wig-O-Mania High End 3/4 Wig - Christina - Exclusively made for Citruss TV

How to Wear Christina:

Inside the wig there is an 8 inch comb that goes to the front and a 5 inch comb that goes to the back.

To fit on your ¾ hairpiece take a section of your own hair from the front and bring forward and secure out of the way.

Find the centre of the comb on the front of the hairpiece and place in the centre of your head on an imaginary line like a hair band, pushing the comb into your hair.  Take hold of the front comb of the wig and push into your own hair over the top of your head, following an imaginary line from ear to ear.  The comb will feel very secure if applied properly.

If you wish you can backcomb a little of your hair before fitting the comb, to stop the comb slipping backwards.  Then take hold of the back comb and push your own hair inside the cap of the wig.  Hold the comb at the back with the teeth pointing downwards to your natural hairline, now turn the teeth into your hair and allow the comb to follow your scalp so the teeth are now lying flat against your scalp.  Now brush the front of your own hair over the top and blend it in with your hairpiece and dress the front of your hair as normal. Your hairpiece will be very secure.

To keep your hairpiece in tip top condition always follow the instructions on the care label.