Goodbye winter hair blues, you were so last season! Hello spring hair season!
Lets ponder hair trends and work. If you take that 70’s shag and blow it out straight/curl the tips upward with a flatiron or a curling iron and VIOLA you have a 90’s inspired Lisa Rinna do. Take that same exact hair cut and use a smaller curling iron and start those curls/waves from the middle of the strand of the hair using a half curl method and VIOLA you have exactly the modern day inspired shag that’s just-right length and looks good on everyone —
The secret to hair trends is’nt the “new do” or the “new trending haircut” in fact, all of these haircuts were once “trending”. The secret is in the styling method and the products you use!
This season we are re-embracing the “blunt cut”. Mostly inspired from vintage 60’s like Mariane Faithfull and her Eye grazing fringe, to Anita Pallenburg and her blunt cuts with a fringe that was made for her face. Lets not forget about Joni Mitchell who still inspires hairdressers everywhere with her long gorgeous locks with fringe benefits. Yoko Ono set the stage for the early 2018 hair vibes with that striking center part and to this day its still going stronger than ever!
The fresh, collarbone-grazing cut has all the chicness of a swingy bob, but it falls at a length well within most people’s comfort zone. Plus, it’s still long enough to be pulled back in a pony, and you can still ride the wave of the top knot (if you wish).
Taking in to consideration you’re aesthetic is blunt and polished, styled with a center-part and (my favorite) a curtain fringe, or you want to add some flair — with bangs, texture, an A-line shape, or feathered layers (or not)— Take Spring by the flowers, and blossom your way into hair confidence!