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5 Spring and Summer Hair Trends

Last updated 6 years ago

With the weather warming up, many salon-goers are requesting new styles and cuts to complement their spring and summer wardrobes. Here are some of the seasonal hair trends you’ll learn about while attending beauty school:

  • The Ponytail
A classically feminine hairstyle, the versatile ponytail can be as simple or as elaborate as your client chooses. Create a tousled style for a sweetly feminine look, or use sections of hair to form an intricate design. For a chic and modern twist, add hair accessories such as pearl pins or a super-slim headband.
  • Braids
The Hunger Games fever has struck, and as a result, many women are incorporating braids into their hairstyles. A messy side-braid offers summer coolness, while a romantic halo braid provides the perfect look for a spring wedding.
  • The “Lob”
Seen on celebs such as Jennifer Aniston, the long bob—called a “lob”—flatters multiple face shapes. Long layers in front that fall well beneath the chin help streamline round faces and can also soften sharp jawlines. Because this cut is shorter in the back, it comes across as relaxed and carefree but not sloppy.

  • Indie Bangs
Many women shearing off their long winter locks are looking to adopt a change in attitude as well as style. Messy, blunt, eye-length bangs represent an indie persona and are low-maintenance for those with relatively straight hair.
  • The Bouncy Blow-Out
Winter’s sleek, flat-ironed styles have given way to soft, flowing waves. Blow dry hair in sections with a round brush and set the style with hot rollers for a beautiful, classic look. 
You can learn how to create all of these styles and more when you attend Midway Paris Beauty School. Located in New York City, our cosmetology school teaches students how to provide the latest looks using specialized industry equipment. Call (718) 418-2790 today to find out how you can enroll!


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