Your sum­mer hair – sorted!

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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.


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.


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.

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