Magenta, periwinkle, and lilac are no longer just crayon colors. The bright shades are now part of a new hair “movement” — the multicolor hair trend. Similar to creating dimensional blondes or brunettes, our 2nd Street District stylist, Jess, uses pinks, purples, and reds to transform her client Nora from a pastel blonde to a bright pink mermaid.
The higher the thermostat reads, the less appealing the idea of using your hairdryer, flat iron, or curling iron becomes. Have no fear — beachy waves and other low-maintenance hairstyles need little to no heat to achieve gorgeous results. In addition, these easy hairstyles demand minimal time from your morning routine, so we think it’s about time we learned how to follow suit.
Today, we’re learning from the best: milk + honey | Arboretum Market stylist, Krystal.
If last year’s hair craze was “the lob” — that’s a long short bob, in case you were wondering — then 2014 is already all about the bob. It’s chic, shapes/sculpts your face, and let’s face it, it’s one of the easier hair lengths to manage on a day-to-day basis. You can do an edgier cut (blunt layers), a softer one (reminiscent of a 1920s flapper bob), or have a little more fun with it and add some ombré while you’re at it.
Look to the most recent slew of celebrities to go short and blunt for proof of its now-trending popularity.
and Beyoncé, for just a hot second.
There’s also Michelle Dockery of ‘Downton Abbey,’ Lena Dunham, Elisabeth Moss of ‘Mad Men,’ and Kat Graham of ‘The Vampire Diaries’ doing it too.
Are you feeling the bob? With the New Year-new you resolutions and attitude set into motion, this is the time to experiment. Translation: chop it all off. And we’ve got just the place for you to do it…