BRIT Awards: Trend Predictions

While the Grammys are undeniably glamorous, we’re not ashamed to say that our homegrown BRIT Awards are always the most hotly anticipated music awards here at Supercuts! Always guaranteed to liven up a sombre February, we can expect plenty of talent, incredible performances and of course amazing hair and outfits!

Our Creative Director Kieron has been keeping an eye on the awards season’s trends to date so we asked him to share a few of his top trend predictions for this year’s BRITs…


“The BRITs are always a much edgier affair than the Grammys so we can expect to see music’s finest experimenting with new looks and bringing a fresh twist on classic styles. I think we’ll see a lot of natural, expensive-looking styles this year: relaxed blow dries and textured tousles – think Millie Mackintosh at pre-BAFTA party.


Sleek ponytails have been a firm favourite at the key events this year. Simple, classic and so easy to maintain, they’re sure to be a favourite for celebs who want to have some fun at the BRITs without worrying about touch ups!


Brushed back, sleek styles are also bang on trend à la Julianne Hough at the American Music Awards. Glamorous yet effortless, this is a great choice for shorter tresses.


There’s always room for luxe curls when it comes to awards season so we’re sure to see some beautiful soft curls and waves on display as well as the ever-stylish dishevelled beach waves.


When it comes to the BRITs you can be sure there’ll be some quirky, avant garde surprises. My money’s on Rita Ora or Katy Perry to wow us with a statement, edgy updo!

What styles do you think we’ll see? Let us know on Facebook or Twitter. Or, take a look back at all the fun from last year’s awards ahead of Wednesday night.

(Images: Millie Mackintosh, Sam Faiers: David Fisher/REX; Julianne Hough: Jim Smeal/BEI/REX; Taylor Swift: Broadimage/REX; Rita Ora: Startraks Photo/REX)

By: Supercuts HQ

On: February 24, 2015

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