Spring 2016 Hair Trends To Look Out For, According To A Hair Stylist
New season, new hair...or at least that's how a lot of us feel every time the weather changes. Going from winter to spring/summer can sometimes mean a need to update your hairstyle to suit the new season, or maybe you're just looking for a change, for a way to reinvent yourself. Whichever your reasoning, if you need some inspiration for a fresh new 'do, you might want to look to spring 2016's hair trends, and I've got the scoop on what's popular this season from a hair stylist.
While there are times that you know exactly what you want to do to your hair, there are also plenty of others when you need a change, but aren't exactly sure what to do. If you're someone who wants to stay current and modern, then it might help to get some inspiration from what's trendy in hair this season. I spoke to Jasmine Anna Galazka, leading stylist at the Warren Tricomi Flagship Salon in the Plaza Hotel, NYC and educator for Shu Uemura and Kerastase, to find out exactly what's in for hair and what's going to be big this season. Spoiler: It's not anything we haven't seen before, so you may not be taken too far out of your comfort zone!
If you're looking to make a hair change, you might want to check out these spring hair trends before making any chops.
If you thought the bob/lob days were behind us, think again. "The most requested haircuts for spring is this modern edgy long bob," says Galazka. And given that the lob has endured in popularity for a while now, I don't think you have to worry about this going out of style anytime soon.
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Whether you make the chop and get a lob or want to keep your signature hair 'do, you should definitely switch up your styling for spring. Galazka advises to keep hair "styled effortlessly and almost finger styled." This product will help with that, as well as controlling frizz and sculpting waves.
Drybar, $26, nordstrom.com
Just like you switch up your skincare seasonally, your hair routine should change, too. "When transitioning from spring into summer, I recommend my clients opt for air drying more to give their locks a break from all that heat styling. Whether creating some braids for texture or letting your hair air dry, using a great leave in conditioner will help you to still achieve that desired texture and moisture," Galazka says.
Dry Cleaner, $39, shuuemeraartofhair-usa.com
There's always a new, hot product out to try, and this season it's Dry Cleaner by Shu Uemera. Galazka calls it her must-have product for the spring/summer. "It’s a revolutionary 'dry shampoo' without that white residue."
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Images: Shu Uemera; Nordstrom