Richard Ward Summer Hair Tips

StyleNest have teamed up with celebrity hair stylist Richard Ward to bring you the latest hair trends for the season. 

Whether you have long hair, mid-length or short hair, Richard Ward has a trend for you to follow this season to ensure you have the hottest hair.

Tip 1. Long Hair

Ensure your hair is looking healthy and in optimum condition in order to create this season’s updos of fishtail plaited buns, knotted ponytails and sculpted quiffs and geometric fringes. Use Overnight Hair and Scalp Therapy Treatment Masque for effortless and overnight results to ensure for optimum quality and nourished locks.

The perfect statement to finish off an occasion wear look, you can pair with a headscarf for the beach in the Côte d’Azur or hairpieces for that summer wedding.

For a daytime look, tousle your tresses with your fingers for a relaxed and natural look and for evening time. For straight hair, use curling tongs for added movement towards the mid-lengths and ends. For the evenings, your hair should look sculpted and plaited. Plait braids and secure into knotted buns for a slick and smooth finish.

Richard Ward Updo

Tip 2. Mid-length Hair

If you have mid-length hair, embrace the Karlie Kloss look with soft, tousled but yet finished look. Use curling tongs to give the hair movement and body and for evening time, plait the front section along the fringe line towards the ear for a bohemian chic finish. Keep control with Richard Ward Couture Hair Memoriser Holding Serum and add a touch to L’Oreal Fix Design when plaiting to add control.

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Tip 3. Short Hair

Seems like everyone is going short at the moment, from Anne Hathaway to Charlize Thereon. For pixie hair should be texturized for this season’s punk inspired look and for the day, tresses should be worn smooth and flat against the scalp with a slight quiff for the evening. A dry wax is essential to your hair care regime and L’Oréal Homme Wax really sees results. Simply rub through your hands to warm and finger paint sections for a more stylized finish.

Richard Ward Short Hair

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