It seems celebrities are also not in the mood for elaborate upstyles, perfectly created curls and spending hours of their (hairstylist's) time getting poker straight locks. Judging by the hairstyles seen on the red carpets lately, natural hairstyles are all the rage, and something that you can achieve too.
Long, Naturally Straight Hair - Jennifer Aniston
If you have naturally straight hair then you just can't go past the classic "Rachel". A few layers around your face, a nice side part and some serum to keep fly-aways at bay will have you re-creating this look in no time. You can even go a step further and add some highlights around your face a shade or two lighter than your current hair color for that extra natural look.
Medium Length, Naturally Straight Hair - Zoe Saldana
If your straight hair isn't dead straight and has a little bit of kick around the mid-lengths and ends then this very simple style from Zoe Saldana is one to try! An off center part and a quick brush through your lengths to detangle any knots is all you need to do to be styled in no time.
Long, Naturally Wavy Hair - Julia Roberts
If you have waves this beautiful then flaunt them! Get this fuss-free natural look with a little help from our hairstyle article, Curly Hair Trend: How to Get Bed Head Curls. The natural hair trend is not just limited to hair texture too. If a toned down hair color and just a hint of roots is good enough for a superstar like Julia Roberts, then it's good enough for the rest of us!
Short, Naturally Straight Hair with Bangs - Renee Zellweger
A short hair length is tailor-made for natural hairstyles because all you need to do is wash your hair and let it dry! Naturally straight hair types can pull this off exceptionally well and can even get away with the full bang look, à la Renee Zellweger, without having to heat up the hair straightener to get super straight bangs.
Long, Naturally Wavy Hair with Bangs - Helen Hunt
If your hair is slightly wavy then scrunching your mid-lengths and ends will give you a great textured look in minimum time. Side-swept bangs can also be worn naturally without the need for excessive styling, as Helen Hunt demonstrates. Simply brushing to detangle and side-styling your bangs is enough to blend your bangs in with the rest of your natural looking 'do.
We love this trend because it means you don't have to spend your mornings making sure your hair is just right and can instead spend a few minutes making the most of your natural hair texture and style. It saves lots of time, limits hair damage and still looks great without all the fuss!
What do you think of the natural hair trend? Is it how you would style your hair? Let us know by leaving a comment below.