‘Autumn/Winter Hair Trends’ Have Entered The Chat...

With transition season, come new hair trends. Here at SILKE we’ve rounded up our top 5 favourite picks!


The Claw Clip Up-Do
It really does what it says on the tin, and of course, we love just about any hair trend that is quick, easy, and causes minimal damage to our precious locks. 



Big, Bouncy Mid-Lengths
Collarbone grazing cuts, paired with plenty of volume. 

This look is perfect to recreate with our SILKE London Hair Wrap. Simply twist your hair into a loose bun on the top of your head, pop your Hair Wrap over the top and sleep in it overnight. Come morning, spritz your hair with your favourite lightweight finishing spray, and your hair will be gorgeously voluminous and ready to rock this trend all day long.



Voluminous Low Pony
This one is a go-to for a special occasion, or the run up to Christmas. 

To nail this look you’ll need three elements: 

  • A precise parting; we prefer a middle, or super-low side part.
  • Shiny and slicked on top. Once you’ve finished slicking your hair down, secure it with a SILKE London Hair Tie, so no matter where you end up, your hair will remain locked in place.
  • Volume through the lengths. To contrast the slicked back pony, make your lengths as voluminous as possible! A brushed out curl, and plenty of finishing spray will work a charm.



The Mullet 
This time around the mullet is all about soft shaping and texture. To achieve this your hair needs to be in the best condition possible pre-cut, otherwise the edges will become frayed and difficult to manage. 

Wearing your Hair Wrap each night is a great preparation for a big cut or colour transformation, as it can ensure your hair is in the best condition possible.



The 70’s Shag
The 70’s shag is for everyone, but particularly curly gals. It’s all about embracing your gorgeous natural texture, with soft, face framing cuts and layers. Wearing the Hair Wrap each night will ensure curls are perfectly hydrated and frizz-free.


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