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Trends that Make Us Hot: Spring/Summer 2010

March 31, 2010

Last week, we discussed the braid trend that has been making an appearance for Spring/Summer 2010. What about those of us that can’t, or just plain don’t want to pull-off a plaited do? Well, there are quite a few more options for us when it comes to the season’s hottest looks.

First off we look to the trusty curl. While always a popular choice, this season’s curl is loose, less defined, with a touchable texture. Think a bit undone and slightly “wooly”. This will be an easy one for some of us, especially if we get a nice, humid summer. No more complaining about the humidity ladies – it helps the look!

What about cut? Well, for those with a longer mane, you are in luck! Long is taking another walk down the runways. This year though, we are seeing the trend lean towards not-overly layered.

Are you more on the short cut? Well, the strong lines presented in the past (and now the future!) by Vidal Sassoon are making a comeback. It’s all about bold here shorties!

And finally, the all-important colour. This year, we are seeing a return to a more natural, sun-kissed look, which is WAY less damaging then last summer’s nod to Lady Gaga. Like the upcoming temperatures, colours are getting warmer. That means honey, amber and latte tones to current-up your do. For the more adventurous at heart, lavender and periwinkle accents are as hot as the summer that’s on its way.

As with all trends, be it hair, fashion or accessories, you have to make sure that the look you are going for is right for you! Want to know if which of the Spring/Summer 2010 looks is for you? Make an appointment for a consultation at the salon and let’s see how you can ring in summer’s heat at your best.

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