Okay, so the weather may be cold. It may be dismal. There may be a blizzard taking over. But, that doesn’t mean that you need to look anything less than perfect. When it comes to fabulous hair, it doesn’t matter what the weather is doing. You deserve to look fabulous come rain or shine.
Of course, it’s always best to have a low maintenance doo as we inch on into spring. It’s easy to get caught in the snow and rain, especially this time of year. But, you want to ensure that your hair remains bang on trend. There are some great ways that you can make sure that your hair is perfect this spring.
It’s all in a fabulous hair cut.
Here are five new haircuts to try this coming spring.
- The Edgy Pixie
The Pixie has gone from short and sweet to funky and retro. This spring, the pixie has had a makeover. Now, it’s time to unleash your androgynous style and opt for shaved sides, spikes and layers. It’s all about rocking the femme fatale look. This look is not for the faint hearted but is a contemporary take on 1960s classic. Opt for a side fringe that comes below your jaw line. This can accentuate your finer features. Always be sure to use texturising products on your mane. Wax can be heavy, so opt for defining powders and fine mist sprays. This is not a look that looks good flat.
- The New Ruffled Bob
Inverted bobs have been doing the rounds for a while now, thanks to Mrs Beckham. But, according to a source at Barron’s London Salon, it’s all about the long, ruffled styles. Previous bobs have been straight, sleek and shiny. Spring is just around the corner and it’s all about gentle curls in shorter forms. Ignore the centre parting trend; it’s all about having a thick side parting. So, one side of your hair will be thick with heavy curls while the other side will a neat, slick tuck. It’s the ultimate way to grow out an inverted bob in style.
Farrah Fawcett Revamped
Taylor Swift has done a Farrah. But, we have a cool 2015 twist on this classic style. Keep your hair at a shoulder length style. Then, add simple layers to texturise the hair. Grow out your bangs and curl into a simple flick either side of your face. This is a great look irrespective of your hair shade or face shape. It’s a fun, feminine and flirty look. We love it!
- The Blunt Midi
Make like Kendall and opt for this oh-so-chic style. It’s simple, sleek and easy to achieve. Long tumbling locks are not needed for this one. Choose a mid length look and chop off into a blunt style. No layers. No feathering. It’s feminine and edgy at the same time. This look works well with dark, black locks. Always keep your shine spray on hand to give this style the love that it deserves.
- Graduated Layers
Suki Waterhouse has a short, choppy funky hairstyle, and we adore it. The layered shoulder length look is a must for any retro babe. Keep the style below the collarbone and act big sexy waves to the layers. It’s natural looking but stunning at the same time.
Anyone can have a go at these amazing hairstyles. They suit all kinds of fearless ladies. Who will you unleash? Your inner Suki or Kendall?