2013 hair spring


  Each new season brings news trends in hair, and spring and summer are no exception. With the warmer weather coming along, you’re probably thinking about changing your style to match the freshness of the   upcoming seasons. If you want something new but don’t know where to begin, we have some tips for you to consider.

   The first trend shouldn’t come as much of a surprise. Super-straight hair will continue to be popular for the upcoming months, so don’t pack away your straightening irons with your winter gear. Glamour.com says that straight locks are in style, and they even suggest trying a middle part to add a touch of modern to your look. Glamour also predicts that low buns will be a hit this season. Slicked back hair secured at the nape of the neck has been the trend on fashion runways, and both loose and tight buns have been on the scene.  Ponytails are also making moves—high on the head was the trend in 2012, while 2013 is seeing lower, more subdued styles of the classic hairstyle.

   Sleek and modern aren’t the only trends being seen on the runways. Retro is making a comeback, with teased hair in beehives and accessories to match. Headbands, scarves, and hair jewelry are all things you can use to embellish your hairstyle. Bohemian braids are also big this season, according to Harper’s Bazaar. The magazine also predicts that loose waves will be popular and that the “messy” bed head look will continue to be in style.

   Over all, the biggest trend for the upcoming seasons proves to be the middle part. Although your hair may be used to its regular pattern, you should try to switch it up in order to revamp your look in lieu of the spring and summer. If the middle part isn’t for you, try a bunch of braids or loose waves and see what works!

 Written By Taylor

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