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3 WINTER HAIRSTYLES

By Ashley Birch, 16 December 2018

With December's continuous stream of catch-ups with mates, family get-togethers and late-night parties, gulp, a fresh hairstyle may seem like an unnecessary luxury right now. But... have you even considered that your hair will be the one constant of your look throughout all those events? Yep, this is serious stuff. With that in mind, read on for three different 'dos that'll handle everything winter has to throw at you.
Curtains for winter | ASOS Style Feed

Curtain call

From oversized 'fits to chunky dad trainers, the 90s is well and truly back. So, it's time to embrace another of the decade's guilty pleasures: curtains. Sure, it may conjure up bad memories of Peter Andre swaying in front of a waterfall, but the style has recently been seen again on red carpets and catwalks alike. Even if you don't have locks as long as this fella, grab your go-to product, create a centre parting and use some hairspray to keep it all from flopping around too much. Nice.
Slicked-back hair for winter | ASOS Style Feed

Wet hair, don't care

Slicked-back hair is an undisputed classic and one that has evolved subtly with the times. But now, heading into 2019, we're championing a more traditional wet-look finish like this chap. It's easy and simple to maintain while being more than smart enough for any fancy RSVPs (or down your local if you want to stunt over Christmas). Just wash your hair, towel dry until it's damp and use either a gel or mousse and hairspray to style with a comb.
Dishevelled hair for winter | ASOS Style Feed

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Dishevelled, but make it fashion

Let's face it, there are going to be a few days throughout the festive period when you feel, how should we put this, less than 100%... So why not opt for a hairstyle that requires little maintenance? You know, the kind where you just use a hair dryer, apply a little matte product, ruffle with your hands and go. This look is no half-measure, though, as a fringe is famous for noticeably changing the overall appearance of your face. Following this guy's lead with a shorter length would be a solid first step into the trend.

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