Your summer hair – sorted!
LONG LAYERS S
Boho waves are always a summer ummer hit, especially if you’re a lazy y chick. They’re fuss-free and give e off serious beach vibes. Keep your length, but add some longer r layers throughout your mane for extra movement, texture and grit. it. To style: Try to only wash your our hair once a week with a hydrating shampoo, keeping the focus of your conditioner on the ends of your hair to avoid product build up and oily roots. Then, use a salt spray to add life to limp locks.
SHORT AND SHARP
This is basically the new version of the blunt-end style you’ve seen on Hailey ey and Kim – but this look is all about super choppy, messy tips. Ask your hairdresser for a sharp, uniform lob (parted in the middle) ) that allows for both textured and sleek ends. To style: Wash your locks with a hydrating drating but light shampoo and conditioner r so you can get volume and avoid oily strands. nds. For Jenna’s look, straighten your hair and nd spritz through a dry oil to nix frizz. To get Khloe’s locks, mist a texturising ng spray through midlengths and d ends and scrunch with your fingers, adding g more as you go.
The fringe is back! Whether you’re not ready for the full chop or you’re after something low key, there’s a style to suit you. For a low-maintenance ’do, ask for long, wispy curtains, or go all out like Emily with a brow-grazing chop. To style: Go for a volume-boosting duo to lift your locks from the roots and give your strands bounce. Once dried, your best bet is dry shampoo – it’ll sop up any oil transfer.
Think of this as 2017/2018’s balayage, except this is a subtler take on the trend. It’s all about growing out your natural roots, but instead of growing to your cheeks or chin like traditional balayage, you’re just stretching out your roots from a few centimetres to the tops of your ears. Who thought skipping a couple of salon appointments would be this good? To care for: If you’re not already using a shampoo and conditioner duo made for blondes, make the switch now, then add a strengthening or hydrating mask to your weekly regimen, as blonde locks can get super dry.
HOT CHOCOLATE CHO
Nothing says ‘rich-girl hair’ like a shade of chocolate. If your hair feels fried, you’re in a colour rut or you’re keen for a change, go brown. It’ll instantly revive boring strands, leaving you with healthy locks. To care for: Swap your regular shampoo and conditioner for one that’s made for colour-treated hair, and try to push out your washes to a couple of times a week.
It looks like this trend ain’t going any anywhere soon. Be wary that depe depending on your natural hair colour, this could take a few sessions to get the perfect shade – choose from a grey, yellow or white tinge. And remember there may be d damage from bleaching. To care for: Keep your colour vibrant by using a toning shampoo and conditioner, as well as a treatment when needed – this will keep your blonde from going brassy and repair any damage.