Spring Hair Trend Ideas for 2016 at Steven Scarr Hairdressing in Coxhoe, Durham
Springtime is all about rejuvenation and fresh starts – which is why it is the perfect time of year to reinvent yourself! The team at Steven Scarr Hairdressing have taken a look at the SS/16 runaways for inspiration and predicted the hottest hair trends for the brand new season. So, how should you be wearing your hair for an on-trend look this spring?
Sleek Straight Hair Trend
If you’ve been looking after your hair during the harsh winter months then why not embrace the Spring trend for sleek, straight, shiny hair? Blow dry your hair so that it is super straight or apply some heat protection serum before using your GHD straightening irons for a sleek style. For a change, sweep your hair into a low ponytail but make sure it’s poker straight for an on-trend look.
Pretty Plaits & Whimsical Braids
Give your hair an instant update for SS/16 by adding tousled mini plaits to the bottom section of your hair. For an evening braided look, simply section off your hair into three or four parts from the front of your head, then loosely plait back into an undone up-do for a bang on trend look this Spring.
Scandi Wavy Hairstyles
The Scandi Wave look is a casual wavy hairstyle where the gentle curls start a few inches from your parting. This can be achieved by removing your plaits and raking your fingers through your hair to reveal loose waves, or pop into our award-winning hair salon in Coxhoe and we can create the perfect waved hairstyle look using our GHD styling irons.
Short Spring Hairstyle Ideas
Be brave and go as short as your dare when it comes to your hair this spring! The catwalks showcased a lot of buzz cuts for women – extremely short hair that is either cut or shaved. If the buzz cut is too extreme for you, consider adding a short fringe to a blunt bobbed hair cut. Short fringes can either be cut straight or in a more asymmetric or jagged style. Your Steven Scarr Hairdressing stylist can advise you on which fringed look will suit your face shape.