Saturday, February 4, 2017

Hair for Summer

Change Is In the Hair For Summer 

Don't be stuck in a rut. We've got multiple way to re-imagine your style and match your personality type. 
This summer inspired by different currents, the inevitable return of short hair has the Allure of boyish glamour the innovation of different Balayage techniques are uber creative but also the theme in the air like free motion and liberal movement. The new hot hair trend is the shag. This style gives that sexy undone, done look with little effort. What we have seen from the runways and beauty forecast is that the next big thing is playing up movement and a variety of textural effect. We are seeing stylist opt for everything from heavy fringe in front, side swept bangs or longer piece tendrils around the face.
From the lob to the shag:
Lob has a string line with little to know layers. To change a lob all you need is a great stylist to give you a ton of layers. The addition of layers give you limitless texture and movement.
Shags are commonly achieved by bringing the facial point forward in front of the face. A variety of shaggy layers can be created to pull the focus forward with the shorter layers around the face and longer ones toward the back of the head.
The use of a razor during the cut will aid in achieving those soft, shaggy ends. It’s about the texture keep it mod. But before you walk into the salon and ask for shag make sure they know that you want an updated version: think runway trends of flowing skirts and light summery fabrics. Something more Taylor Swift and less David Cassidy.

Color trends we’ve got what’s hot in hair hues – Here’s the scoop! :

The most desirable color for summer is blond. Lots of highlights, single process, and even double process no matter how light there will be a hint of yellow or blonde tones. We will see less gray, silver, lavender as edgier clients move into softer shades of ash/beige. I see ombre clients moving their highlights further p towards the scalp but still with a noticeable root. Highlight clients will want to shift their base to create a more seamless look while single process client may want to add more colors to contour the face shape and haircut. The balayage technique will be the top technique of summer due to its versatility. Color melting is a softer more blended version of the ombre and that will be big this summer. 

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