Top 5 Summer Hairstyles for 2015
Summer is here, and that means people are on the streets, meeting in clubs, and heading out to parks. The last thing you want to do is start off the barbecue season with an outdated haircut. Luckily, Salon Lofts is here with 2015’s hottest hairdos, so everyone can look their best:
1. Rad hair color.
Hair stylists and fashion designers are noting the major upswing in bright hair colors. Women like Nicole Richie and Chloe Norgaard leapt to the forefront of hair fashion by dying their hair every few weeks, bouncing from blue to green to red and back to blue again.
- The biggest challenge with coloring is finding what tone brings out your sense of fashion! We advise to use temporary dyes or subtle highlights, gradually increasing the intensity and saturation as you grow more comfortable with your new look. When in doubt, ask your stylist. We have seen enough crazy colors that we know what looks good on who.
- Thanks to the incredible popularity of stars like Emma Stone, red hair has become all the rage. Shades of red that help frame the face and complement clothing is incredibly popular. The question is, do you want to look like a natural redhead, or embrace a bold, new look?
2. Men wear beards.
One of the biggest trends for men is growing their beards out. The rough, rugged look is back. Many men are opting for large beards and buzzed hair. Other men are adopting the beard and letting a full head of hair grow out. How much hair do you want? Can you stand the summer with shoulder-length hair?
- Regardless of how you swing it, regular trips to the barber are needed to maintain a well-trimmed persona. A beard and long hair does not mean shabby. Keep it well-organized, and enjoy wind-blown splendor.
A huge look for 2015 is the return to bob haircuts. These hairdos are easier to maintain, shortening prep time. Bobs are fantastic at delivering regardless of the social occasion. A short bob floating just below the ears is as professional in a business suit as it is sexy on the dance floor. Bobs require a better than normal hair product, as well as regular visits to the salon to keep the wild look at bay.
4. Ruffled cuts.
If you want to avoid the straight lines of a bob, you can still cut your hair short and go for the ruffled look. The waves better define the edges of your face, perfect for women with high cheekbones. This hairstyle is easier to maintain if you blow dry your hair inward instead of out. Use fingers (instead of a brush), and wax to increase hair definition.
Standing at the pinnacle of simplicity is the ponytail. It is an effortless gesture to put your hair up, and stands foremost to match the trending yoga pants and casual style. Women with ponytails are perceived as more athletic, and it keeps the hair off your neck during the high heat of summer.