New Black Hair Styles
The diversity in people's tastes and preferences when it comes to black hair style trends in 2010 means that there is never just one hot trend at any point in time. While it is true that trend tends to go in cycles and there isn't much that hasn't been done before, each style manifestation somehow takes on a new spin and emerge more fantastic than before.
If you're wondering what to do with your black hair in the coming months, take heart because you're not alone. The good news is black hair style trends have waded into rebel turf, exhibiting a vast assortment of edgy styles and unpredictable nostalgia.
No matter if you favor more delicate feminine styles or tousled looks or the more daring expressions, you could be wearing one or a combination of the following black hair style trends for 2010:
Disconnected and Asymmetric Cuts
The unexpected texture and length differences can be done on a range of designs from a short cut, a bob or a longer layered style. Extreme angles can create a sculptured feel, while blunt edges cut in unexpected places. The angle cut can range from a soft gentle slope to an acute plunge with one side very short, gradually extending to chin length as it comes around the head.
This year, asymmetrical bangs are likewise hot; and whether they're blunt or heavily textured, oblique bangs add interest and can accentuate your features nicely. This edgy design just keeps getting more radical. Bold exploration seems to be the name of the game.
Plaits and Braids
Remember the milkmaid braids in 2009? It has evolved into the braided black hair styles trend in 2010. Although it's not surprising for hair trends to evolve over the years, the revival of plaited and braided hair is mostly an offshoot of the prominently featured hair styles on Spring 2010 catwalks and street style pictures. There are two favored braided black hair styles for 2010 - the long side braid and the fish plait.
Not all women with black hair are opting for short edgy cuts and thespian looks. Neither are they sporting big artificial curls. Instead, women with long black hair are going for softer, more natural looking waves and curls.
Those who wear weaves are discovering that extensions are presenting all sorts of choices, from semi permanent to instant clip-ins; which, is all for the best as they don't pose any risk of damaging hair, apart from its easy manageability. In place of the pseudo curls, the black hair style trend now is more of a casually windblown appearance with emphasis on texture. Celebrities have greatly helped in popularizing the softly tousled looks.
Vintage Hollywood Glamour
This is characterized by smooth, voluptuous waves and deep side parts. Styling comes easy with pin curling and finger waving. Vintage accessories come handy for added effects and usually placed on one side or at the back. Expect to see a lot of rhinestones or feathers.
Black hair style trends are forever shifting; transforming quickly into new versions seemingly by themselves and then dying out as quickly - or not entirely so quickly. So have fun with your hair and spice it up a little.