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The hottest hair trends to try in 2017

There is no better time to change up your style than a new year. You are filled with optimism and maybe also the guts to give something new a go.

We've scoured the red carpets to find out what this year's top five trends are and give you the chance to get tempted with a new you.

Which one will you be taking to your salon stylist?

THE GROWN-OUT FRINGE
For 2017, the blunt, short fringe has made way for a sexier version which sits a little longer and generally to the sides of your face.
Designed to be a much more flattering shape for face shapes, this new style also keeps the lazy ones happy as much less maintenance is required. A small trim every now and then will help to keep this edgy take on the fringe under control and it's also much easier to clip back or disguise if you fancy a sleeker look. 

SLEEK AND SEXY
Of course it's hard for this look not to look anything but ah-mazing on Victoria Secret's model Bella Hadid, but even for those of us who aren't models, this sleek, raven dark style is stunning.

Cara's complexion and eye colour suit this colour trend so well.
Anthony Harvey

Cara's complexion and eye colour suit this colour trend so well.

 

This style obviously will work better on naturally straight hair, but curly girls could also invest in a treatment to straighten or tools to help tame.

One word of advice for this style is keeping up with the treatments – keeping your hair in great condition is imperative for a sleek style like this to keep looking its best.

BRONDE
You heard me right - this is a colour trend and as the name might suggest, it's a mix between brown and blonde, and it is the most popular colour trend this year.

This Jenner has never been in so much demand since chopping her locks to a mid-length.

Pascal Le Segretain

This Jenner has never been in so much demand since chopping her locks to a mid-length.

 

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