Look to the Kids' Choice for Beautiful Trending Style

Bob hairstyles ruled the land of green slime and coveted blimps at the 2016 Kids Choice Awards.
This post was published on the now-closed HuffPost Contributor platform. Contributors control their own work and posted freely to our site. If you need to flag this entry as abusive, send us an email.

Bob hairstyles ruled the land of green slime and coveted blimps at the 2016 Kids Choice Awards.

Let's take a look first at the ever-beautiful Zendaya. She went to the recent Grammys with her hair short and blonde, but at the Kids' Choice Awards she strolled the Nickelodeon orange carpet in Inglewood, CA, with a longer, soft-waved bob. Her hair was colored a rich brown instead of the blonde. She looks fantastic in both.

Meghan Trainor was still sporting her darker reddish-brown hair, much different from the usual blonde that we've see her in. Her loose waves with the top softly pulled back looks fun, youthful and, yes, it reminds me of the 80s.

Heidi Klum is another one who can look good in just about any cut and color, and she never seems to age! Her hair on the orange carpet was longer with soft waves in a carefree and effortless style. She made it look elegant.

Sarah Hyland also wore the ever so trendy bob, parted down the middle, a great, easy look. And the girls, Fifth Harmony, looked fantastic in long, soft and natural waves, but none of them with a part in the same place!

Mostly the super stars at this epic kids' event wore their hair down. Among those who pulled it up or back were Maddie Ziegler, Peta Murgatroyd and Raini Rodriguez. Kid favorite Rodriquez gathered her dark, curly hair to one side.

To finish it off, Torrie Spelling wowed with a deep side part and soft curls pulled to one side in a romantic blonde look. She finished the ends in a very loose fishtail braid. It was like a couple of styles wrapped into one!

There are so many creative looks that are so easy to achieve right now. This was a terrific showcase for younger, playful looks but, really, we've seen a lot of these styles on the runways and red carpets for the big kids, like the recent Grammys. That's party because we're seeing a lot of carefree, easy looks everywhere.

So, don't be afraid to pull some hair back if you are wearing it down. You can incorporate just about any look to your existing style, like adding a braid or a twist. Move your part for an easy, dramatic change in style. Now is the time, with so many easy, beautiful looks on the runways and red carpets.