2018 Must-Try Hair Trends from Celebrity Stylist Laurie Heaps

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2017 saw some pretty incredible trends—the return of the shag, Cher hair and mega fringe to name a few. With a few trend teases on the horizon, we have a feeling 2018 will be bigger and better than ever. Los Angeles-based celebrity hairstylist Laurie Heaps (@_hairbylaurie) is sharing her must-try hair trends to for the new year. 

'90s Blunt Bob

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This cut has an undeniably '90s feel to it—chic but effortless. This cut looks great when your client wants to straighten it or even air dry it for modern-day texture. Best of all?the basic foundation is a one length bob, which means no layering. For disconnect, take your shears and notch into the ends. Use a razor afterwards to slightly soften the disconnection. 

The Wet Look


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The wet look continues to dominate the runways, making this a must-try style in the new year. To complete, evenly distribute a shine enhancing styling gel like White Sands Gel-Us to the front using a comb to push hair back and create a ‘wet’ appearance. You can go bold or subtle with the slick look depending on how much product you use.

'80s Rocker Waves

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For a tighter wave like this, reach for BioSilk’s Titanium 3/4" Spring Curling Iron. The smaller barrel brings gives the waves a perm effect—without the perm. To style, spray a heat protectant like White Sands Liquid Texture Medium Styling Spray from roots to tips and brush through. This heat guard and setting spray will lock polished curls in until your next shampoo.

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