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Hot Hair Trends Your Clients Will Love

Last updated 6 years ago

One of the most rewarding aspects of beauty school is learning about the hottest hair trends. Here’s a look at some of the best hair trends in the industry that your clients will love:

Long, Loose Locks

Versatility is one of the most important skills to learn in cosmetology school, and this is a hairstyle that is all about transition. Whether your clients prefer a stick-straight look or romantic, flowing curls, a long cut with loose ends is a great way to go. Once you give them the perfect cut, they can then do with it what they will. Show them how to curl it, straighten it, and part it to keep it looking fresh. 

The Perfect Ponytail

The ponytail is always a popular look among style aficionados, and it is back with a straight edge in 2012. The perfect ponytail is popping up on runways throughout the world. Give your clients a look straight from fashion week with a ponytail that is sleek, stylish, and completely sexy. Whether you give them a low, high, or mid-level ponytail, make sure your work is precise. Your clients will leave your chair looking like a model ready to walk in a fashion show.  

The Chic Chignon

Another hairstyle classic, the chignon gives your clients a quick and easy way to get a chic hairdo that can be used for work and for play. Make it messy if she is getting ready for a date. Keep it chic and sleek if she is attending a work function or formal event. Add your own twist to this unique style to keep your client happy with her hair.

At Midway Paris Beauty School, you can learn the skills it takes to be a top hairstylist. We bring education, counseling, and top equipment to New York City, so you can achieve your styling dreams. With our beauty school and your drive, you can soon start a fulfilling career. Call (718) 418-2790 for more information about our program.


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