Long, pin-straight hair. Think beautiful Cher in her 1970s hair (how HOT was Cher--top photo). That's what we thought when we saw the above photo from Harper's Bazaar mag.
Silky and super-straight locks are IN. So, if you've got it, then flaunt it!
Celebrity stylist Ted Gibson of NYC told the magazine why wavy hair is out:
"Sleek, long hair is making a comeback because women are not feeling romantic at the moment," says stylist Ted, whose clients include Angelina Jolie. "Designers aren't making frilly clothes, and the hair follows the fashion. There's something about long, straight hair that feels very modern and present."
Long, pin-straight hair means high-wattage shine. That also translates to taking great care of your crowning glory.
Condition. Condition. Condition.
The next step is blow-drying and a good volumizer. And for super sleekness, the flat-iron is your new BFF.
We adore the Pantene Pro-V line for a little TLC:
Pantene Pro-V Fine Hair Solutions Anti-Breakage Hair Detangler 8.5 Fl Oz ($3.97 at Walmart).
This is a decent de-tangler, something you need when trying to comb through long, wet hair.
New Jersey Housewives star Melissa Gorga was showing off some long, pin-straight hair this past season on the Bravo reality TV show.
It's a very 70s Cher look.
What do you think?
Long, pin-straight hair a HOT trend, or not so much?