You may be holed up at home right now but in all likelihood, the quarantine won't last forever. Beauty enthusiasts are awaiting stepping outside for a fresh haircut, new set of gel nails, smooth wax and threaded eyebrows. With summer here, you finally stepping into the salon will also coincide with the new season. That means shearing your overgrown locks which have spurted through the lockdown and replacing them with snazzy new hairstyles. We present to you 7 trendy haircut and haircolour ideas to bookmark for when you go to the salon next.
This summer, save these 7 hairstyle ideas for when you head to the salon.
The popular balayage technique, that gives effortless highlights from painting by hand, combines with ombre effects to create a wonderfully naturally transition of multiple colours through the tresses.
When the lob and blunt cut come together, you know it will be magic. The medium length that grazes the shoulder, ends with a sharp finish for a hairstyle that says boss babe without the added weight of long lengths.
If you're apprehensive about trying a full head of coloured hair, go for coloured tips. In the shade of your choosing, paint the end of your hair lengths to lend a hint of colour or all out rainbow.
A simple change in your beauty look is by centre-parting it. When getting your hair cut or coloured next, ask for it to be parted down the middle so that it will frame your face differently with your new look. Even outside the salon, you can style it with centre-parts and decorative pins.
Pastel has been around for years now but icy pastels? Yes, the delicate tones of lilac, peach, yellow and mint get a frosted finish to lend a contemporary chic touch to the summer hairstyles of 2020.
Definitely not for the faint of heart, shaved accents can take any shape or form, depending on how daring you choose your hairstyle to be. Whether on the nape or along the sides, shave it off, drop the dreary mass of your hair, take a walk on the wild side and step into summer.
Curly haired girls, it's time to have some fun with your locks. No, fringes aren't reserved for those with poker-straight tresses. A short curly fringe which has been thinned out can dramatically change your look for this season.Comments