Spring is a time when lots of us change our wardrobes and change our hair to get ready for the warmer weather. Spring might be the perfect time to get that hairdo you have been thinking about all through the winter so if you fancy a change, why not speak to your stylist and get started? Here are some ideas for perfect sunny weather hair:
- Get layers cut in. This will help to lighten your hair and make it easier to manage, so it’s perfect for hotter temperatures. It may also mean that you can style your hair into curls or waves, meaning you don’t have to straighten and blow dry your hair when it is just far too hot to do so.
- Have a complete restyle. Keep cool in spring by getting a bob or shorter hairstyle cut in. If you’re feeling brave you could even get something like a pixie cut.
- Get highlights. Golden and caramel tones will look beautiful in darker hair and will really lighten it up. They will bleach up more in the sun, so make sure you look after your highlights with lots of nourishing conditioners and treatments.
If you’ve decided to shave your head for the first time, it’s a brave step you’ve decided to make! If you’re looking to have a sharp, stylish hair cut which doesn’t need maintenance, then shaving your head may be the best option for you.
We recommend you get someone else to shave your hair for you, if you’re not confident with a pair of clippers. Also it’s much easier, as a second pair of eyes come in handy when shaving the back of your head.
Before you shave your hair, it would be a good idea to shave your hair to the shortest length possible. This will help when you start to shave your head. Once you’ve shaved your head (using shaving gel), rinse your head and then use aftershave to sooth any burns you may have. It may sting a little, but you’ll feel much better after the short term pain.
It takes a really bold decision to switch hair styles, and the reaction is likely to depend on just how big the difference will be. Many women opt to go from long hair to short, but it must be said that it takes some guts, especially considering the time it will take for the hair to grow back.
If you’ve been growing you hair for a long time and you fancy a change, then perhaps it’s a good idea not to go too short. This is because you may find that you hate your new style, and you’re then going to dislike the style for months and months.
If you begin by cutting your hair down a little and a little, then you may find the transition a little easier to take. The switch to short hair is not exactly uncommon, but you don’t want to find that you dislike it so consider a big change such as this one carefully because your hair will take a while to grow back if you make the wrong decision!