It’s always good to change things up and keep things fresh, whether it’s your hairstyle or your makeup stash!
If you love an iconic hairdo just as much as all the pink lipsticks in your vanity kit, then you’ve come to the right place. Because, we’ve discovered an all-new hair trend that will give even glass hair a run for its money. It’s an updated version of glass hair—the glass wave!
While it can easily pass off as a retro style, this hair trend is here to give your tresses a high gloss, futuristic finish. So girls, say goodbye to dry and dull-looking hair and welcome shiny, glossy and smooth locks in your life!
What is glass wave?
Up until now, we were seeing glass hair—hair that gives a high-shine sharp finish—doing the rounds on red carpets and runways. Though this trend works on any hair texture, the end result is always sleek, shiny hair. While the poker straight sleek look has become a tad outdated, and wavy hair has taken its place in the beauty world, it’s time to update the glass hair trend too.
As the name of this all-new hair trend suggests, the glass wave is all about flaunting glass hair in sharp waves, instead of poker straight. What makes this cool and modern hair trend even more drool-worthy, is the immaculate shine.
Here’s some inspiration for you to ace this hair trend like a true-blue diva.
Kareena Kapoor Khan
Trust the begum of Bollywood to pull off new trends with panache! Kareena Kapoor Khan wears glass wave hair to complement her beige bridal lehenga, making it the ultimate bomb way to style your mane. We love!
Sonam Kapoor Ahuja
If there’s one actress who never fails to stay on top of the trends, it has to be Sonam Kapoor Ahuja. She wears glass waves on an off-shoulder embellished gown and gives us major party hairstyle goals. Give your hair a deep side-parting for added effect!
Everyone’s red-carpet favourite, Malaika Arora serves us some breathtaking looks each time she makes an appearance. The diva wears glass waves to yet another red carpet do and makes heads turn!
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