Every woman knows exactly why her hair is called the crowning glory.
Aside from the fact that it's one of the first few things people notice, hair can also reveal so much about one's personality.
To some, it represents more than what it's supposed to.
Remember when KC Concepcion let go of her long hair and went for a bob in 2012?
She was then quoted as saying, "A woman who cuts her hair is about to change her life."
This January, the trend dictates bleaching and textured hairdos, and if you're aiming for a new look, one of these can be your pegs.
Want to stand out? Then be bold and try something funky for your hair color.
Just a reminder though, if you're going to choose a lighter shade, ask your stylist to do something about your brows.
Check out Andi Eigenmann's blue and purple dip-dyed tips.
Yeng Constantino's color of choice is pink!
If you want to look subtly different, this may work for you.
Why it's the more favored trend in the U.S.?
It gives hair the dimension, plus it's easier to maintain especially when the hair starts growing. Right, Georgina Wilson?
3. J LAW HAIR IDEAS
You want sleek and chic? Some stars turn to Jennifer Lawrence, who keeps on changing her hairstyle.
The Hollywood star's up do at the Golden Globe Awards...
...is the inspiration for KZ Tandingan's latest hair style.
Angelica Panganiban let go of her long hair to give Claudia Buenavista, her character in Pangako Sa 'Yo, a new look.
4. WOKE-UP-LIKE-THIS HAIR
It's based on the texture of your hair, and it's also easy to style it.
Jessy Mendiola picked this cut for her character Grace in You're My Home.
Saab Magalona's version...
5. SHE BANGS
This will make you look a few years younger in an instant.
Ask the hairstylist to copy Rhian Ramos's bangs by doing a blunter cut of the fringe close to the brows.
READ: this is NOT the straight bangs popularized by Jolina Magdangal in the 90s.
Another peg is Cristalle Belo's.
Too bad, she began growing it for her upcoming wedding.