Winter is done and dusted (thank god) and it’s time to put a spring in your step and step outside for some fun in the field. Spring is a time for growth and new beginnings. Like the change of seasons, you too might be in need of a change and there is no better time than now to do it.
The fashion this spring season is diverse and there is a bounty of hairstyles to try, ranging from buzz cuts to bangs and in this post, we will take a look at some of the hottest new and classic do’s that will have you stepping out in style with a spring in your step.
The Under Cut
The undercut has been teetering on the fashion front for a number of years now and never seems to go out of fashion. It’s a little bit rock n roll and will make a statement wherever you go and as the weather heats up, this hairstyle is cool not just in looks but temperature. It’s a bold style that works on pretty much anyone. So take the plunge and rock out with the undercut this Spring.
The old faithful bangs keep on keeping on. Bangs frame the face and really bring out the beauty of your eyes and of course, they look super cool. Although this Spring there is a number of different styles of bangs to behold and try out.
I mean really short. A tiny fringe like that of a pixie in the forest. You can go for the straight cut or mix it up with an uneven rough cut. Bangs are just one element of your hairstyle so you pair them with any other style. They look great with a bob or super long hair as well. Even if you have wavy hair there is a bang that will be bang on for your style. Your hairdresser should be well informed and know what will work and what won’t with your face and style.
If you have a round face, bangs may not be the best option as they have a tendency to accentuate the roundness. If you really want them, try a long, sweeping side fringe.
The pixie style is between a bob and short hair and can be paired with an undercut. Keep the fringe long so you can swish it over to the side and you will be ready for the festival season. The beauty of the pixie style is that it is low maintenance and doesn’t take a lot of manipulation to look great. Brush it, then rustle it up with your hands and you’re ready to go.
The is like a bob except longer and has straight cut ends. The lob is great for those not wanting to go the full chop and maintain some length. Add some texture to the internal layers, this will give it more depth and add a look and feel of sassiness.
The Buzz Cut
This is a hairstyle for the bold. Going the full chop can be a big step and may make you cringe when you see years’ worth of hair drop to the floor but if you can pull it off you will be babin’ all the way to the beach. And other places obviously! The buzz cut is super low maintenance and will really draw attention to your facial features. It looks super rocking with oversized earrings and jewellery – and gives you a chance to go platinum blonde without worrying about hair damage.
If you have curls, get your hairstylist to dry cut your hair in varying length layers. This will add texture and give your hair lots of body. Big hair is in this season and layered curls will give you the volume and bounce.
This style works great for people with slightly wavy hair. Go for the choppy uneven look. This will add textures and edge to your style. Don’t be afraid to experiment with colour with some foils or bayalage to really enhance the shag style cut. Try and make the textures as natural and flowing as possible. The shag is easy to maintain and looks great dressed up or stepping out in casual attire.
Redheads are back in. But not too red. You want your red hair teetering on the line of between orange and red. It looks great with the lob or any long hairstyle for that matter. Keep in mind that redheads need to top up their dye often.
Get some layering work done and they don’t have to blend it all. Get your stylist to do random patches of colour in all different areas. This is especially stunning if your adamant on keeping your hair long and luscious.
Hopefully, this list gave you some inspiration and ideas for a new look this Spring. It always pays to browse online and have some idea of what you want before you step into your hairdresser. It will make both your lives easier. Don’t be afraid to be bold.