But there's a new kid on the block and it's already sent us beauty obsessives into somewhat of a tizzy. Say hello to the 'glunge' look - a glamour-grunge hybrid coined by Rita Ora's very own hair stylist Chris Appleton - and believe us when we say it's about to take off.
Sleek straight tresses have had their time in the spotlight as have tight corkscrew curls, but tousles are just so last year. That's why we're totally enamoured with everything glunge. Think dishevelled, barely there waves with edgy, blunt ends and your already half way there.
"Grunge meets glamour (AKA The Glunge) is what it's all about right now!" gushed genius Chris. "This look oozes sexiness combining loose waves with a lived in feel."
Body On Me singer Rita Ora is currently the trend's poster girl and Kim Kardashian and Kendall Jenner have all since leapt on the bandwagon. With that in mind, here's how to transform your locks - and it isn't as difficult as you might think.
1. Prep damp hair with Fudge Urban Salt Spray £6.99 and rake a mousse like the Leonor Greyl Mousse Au Lotus Volumatrice £24.39 though the roots and mid-lengths to give hair a lived in texture with heaps of gritty volume.
2. Twist sections of hair around your fingers as you blast with heat from a hairdryer to add natural movement and dishevelled wave.
3.Using a large barrelled wand (we love the Mark Hill Ellipse Wand, £24.99) loosely tong each section of hair in different directions to add more controlled texture and curl.
4. Grab the Fudge Urban Miracle Ends £5.99, and using a pea-sized amount, twist the bottom sections of the hair for a defined, smooth and glossy finish.
5. To finish, add a spritz of the Kerastase K Styling Laque Noire Hairspray, £13.65 to keep the style in place.