Spring is just around the corner and everyone is excited for the anticipated leap forward, but more than that, it tells us to get rid of the winter blues. And what better way to do that than to smarten up your style with a latest spring hairstyles. Now you do not really have to rush into a drastic change without consulting somebody in-the-know just to update your looks. Cut your hair and style or even your hair color is as important as when you go for a new outfit, so consult your hairdresser. They will be in the best position to tell you about what will look good with the type of hair you have, face shape and skin color.
Spring hairstyles for women call for excellent cuts that show off soft layers and thin fringes for easy and versatile hair styles. It is a great time to bring out the soft feminine look to complement open neck, flowing floral fabrics and silky smooth pastel makeup appropriate for the season. It seems straightener is temporarily relegated to the drawer, at least until after the season bright, soft textures and curls rule and will most likely dominate the hair waves in the following months. It’s all about the looks, naturally cheerful with lots of texture and not as much hair product.
Here are some basic guidelines to get a new look trendy in the spring:
- Sassy Short Hair
This season, short hair style is a study in contradictions, an amazing blend of soft and sharp, if you want to put it that way, with a touch of fun and rebellious. Most women seem afraid of short hair because they are pretty sure that they will not end up with a blunt cut and straight edges. But if it’s done correctly, you will end up with the most trendy short hairstyles.
How to get the right style: Hair should be shorter in length through the sides and top with lots of volume. Ask your stylist to create choppy, asymmetric layers on top. This will ensure that the hair does not lie to the head and has a little volume. Sweeping fringes or heavy bangs that taper from shortest to longest in fashion left-to-right, adding a smooth finish to the look edgy. This style also allows you to wear your hair all brushed forward, swept to one side or parted and tucked behind the ears.
- Sexy Mid Length or Shoulder Length
A hair all-one-length looks dull and boring, and there is a possibility that it will never frame your face properly. So avoid at all costs. Layer is still very much and they generally give your hair a bouncy movement, glossy shine and silky smooth.
How to get the right style: Is your stylist add longer layers in the back with a short piece in the front to frame your face better. Give strict instructions not to over-lining though, as this can result in hair getting a tad too thin and thin at the bottom, and can create a “fly-away” strands.
If your hair is on the thin side or you have very fine strands, use a volumizing shampoo and apply conditioner only on the ends. For additional lift, apply a volumizing product to the roots and scalp area and a quick massage with your fingertips in an upward direction. You can air-dry your hair to look messy but sexy or blow-dry straight with a paddle brush. Complete the style with a few squirts of hairspray for added texture and volume.
- Length Chic Looks
The good thing about long hair is that there are dozens of ways you can style it if you have natural waves and curls or long hair is very straight.
How to get the right style: Instead of removing the uniform length, the hair stylist you have to cut and shape layers to frame your face better. Layer gives the illusion look lighter.
If you have wavy or curly long locks, wear loose and relaxed with wavelengths falling. With a center parting classical model, the “just-from-the-beach” look gives the appearance, carefree chic and sexy. You can still sport this hair style even if you have straight hair by following these simple steps:
Blow-dry your hair and part
Rotate into curls and secure with hairclips, then, let it cool
Remove grip and gently run your fingers through the tresses.
Spring 2014 hairstyles will see a revival of one side and the side braid webbing. This hairstyle is very easy to make. First, apply a texturizing or styling product that provides a soft grip. Then sweep the hair to one side and weave loose, secure the bottom with a natural-colored ribbon. Run your finger over the tangle and tease out bits to make a complete mess brief but fun.
Up-do is still a hit in summer 2014 long hair styles that include classical ballerina buns. But bread is also chic and sexy loose and easy to do, too. Buy hair donut from a dance store. Pull your hair into a ponytail and secure with a natural colored elastic bands. And do not worry about making it perfect – messy looks great! Thread hair through the donut and wrap the hair around it. Use some hair grips to hold it in place.
Take a clue from the catwalk this spring and embrace your hair’s natural texture. Go for the 2014 spring hairstyle that brings out the essence of a woman: simplicity and femininity.