After surviving through the snowy season, it is yet another time to think of new ways your hair can pull through a new season. Having dealt with the static and frizzy hair all through the previous season, your hair deserves some love for the spring. The good thing is that the experts have given us a lot to work with including new hair colours and trendy haircuts that have stood out on the runways this season. Check out some of our favourite picks from the latest trending hairstyles you can try out this spring:
A pixie cut is almost always trending, but for this spring, nothing could be better. The idea is to make sure you ask your hairstylist for a textured pixie cut, preferably with a little length to it. It will then allow you to add in some waves in your styling at home. A little gel or paste will do the trick. Again, make sure the kind of pixie cut you get favours your face type, mainly because the haircut does not go all the way to the cheekbones or the jawline.
However, depending on the kind of length you prefer to retain for your pixie, you can opt for a grown-out pixie, which has a lot more length, volume and layers to it. The good thing with a grown-out pixie is that it is low-maintenance, which is a perfect look to bounce with to work this spring.
People have been dazzling the runways with bobs, which are also perfect for spring. However, you can spice up your spring look with some feisty bangs on your bob cut. This is a great way to break down your look from the hat hair you have been rocking all winter.
As for the bangs, the most popular ones are the blunt bangs. They work on both curly and straight hair. For a chic and complete look, ask your hairstylist to be very precise with the bangs and the length of your haircut overall.
Long hair with bangs
Again with the trendy bangs for spring. However, this time, you get to maintain your length. For this hairstyle, consider keeping the bangs a little loser, so they can easily be swept to the left or right as your hair grows. You can also part them at the centre if the bangs allow.
Make sure your style has a fuller look by keeping the subtle layers. This will also be easier for you when you transition from a front fringe to normal hair length once you have a grow-out. If you prefer to keep your fringe, you may want to know a thing or two about how to master 3 popular clipper haircuts to help you tidy up the ends of your bangs.
Thick wavy curls
For those ladies who do not want to do so much with their hair, this is the perfect hairstyle. It works best for people with wavy hair, although could be tried out on straight hair as well. As for this style, you will notice that your stylist is interested in a dry cut. The reason is that it is essential to master the behaviour of your natural curls and waves before working to bring in some more. Now, remember this is a very textured hairstyle that will require proper maintenance to keep the hair strands in check and to avoid unnecessary frizz.
Slick parted hair
The sleek parted hair is a very chic look that mostly works for formal settings, but could also be manipulated for informal ones. Ideally, the part on the hair can be in the middle, on a side-part, depending on your preference, and your face type. The nature of the style is in such a way that the hair is slick and held down with a sleek and straight look. You can decide to keep it long or short. For the long option, tie your mane in a small low bun.
The curtain bangs have been trendy even in 2018. They are a perfect alternative for people who are not fascinated by front fringes and bangs. The best part is that the style allows you to keep your front length. Usually, the bangs in the front have a soft middle part that falls perfectly on your cheekbones for an enhanced look. Remind your stylist to give you enough weight on the front bangs to make it easier for you to part the hair in the middle or sweep them aside.