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Hair How To: Three Styles Using Your Invisibobble

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Fashion month itself may be confined to the capitals, but the trends it inspires most certainly aren’t. Here at GLOSSYBOX, we thought we'd give you a little heads up on the autumn/winter hair trends, so we've teamed up with Invisibobble to show you how to achieve three of the most coveted looks for the coming season in under a minute.

From loose waves to ‘undone’ locks and feminine hair twists, autumn and winter sees some of the prettiest and most wearable styles in a long time - and we think it’s about time too. What’s even better, is these looks are super easy to achieve using just one little spiralled hair band – voilá!

Sexy Sixty A knot is rarely something we’re trying to achieve when styling our hair, but thanks to hair stylist Denise Bredtmann, we can look more top notch than top knot with this take on the lived-in rock and roll look seen at Jenny Packham. Use a plumping product that will add weightless volume and shine, such as Aveda’s Volumizing Tonic, £16.50 at Aveda, or the Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray, £39 at SpaceNK, and with a few swift twists of your Invisibobble, you’re done.

Sweet Slalom Low ponies swung down many a runway in February. At Amanda Wakeley a little blow dry balm combined with modest backcombing gave this staple hair style a lustrous, luxe feel. Try it yourself using the Bumble & Bumble Invisible Oil Heat/UV Protective Primer, £20.50 at Bumble and Bumble, your hairbrush and an Invisibobble for a sophisticated day-to-night look that turns heads.

Messy Bun Award-winning hair stylist Richard Phillipart is responsible for this little ‘do and what a fabulous one it is (as well as one of the easiest to achieve). The messy chignon seen at Marc Jacobs and Giorgio Armani proves the simplest of styles are often the chicest. A little back combing, a simple twist of your locks, a light spritz of TRESemmé Freeze Hold Hairspray, £5.25 at Boots, and you’re good to go. Easy peasy.



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