School is starting and you’ve got a whole new wardrobe to show off to your classmates. Now, what are you going to do about that hair? This year, give the people something fabulous to look at with a hairstyle that is sure to turn heads.
As one of the hottest hairstyle trends of 2015, ombre coloring is not only beautiful, but it is also easy. Sometimes called the “dip and dye” process, an ombre hair color is one that starts with one shade at the base and gradually blends into another one at the ends. Ombre looks great on both long and short hair. Talk to your Toronto hair stylist to discuss which shades will look best.
*TIP: The hottest ombres for this school year are dark at the base and fade to blonde at the end.
The Beach Bunny
Loose and flowing curls are trending right now, and it’s easy to see why. The Beach Bunny hairdo features curly tendrils cascading down the back and sides like wild waves on the ocean. This style is pretty easy, too. You can use a curling iron, try the “rag-curl” process, or even do a quick braid while your hair is still wet.
*TIP: Be sure to give your hair a quick spritz with your favorite styling product while the curls are setting. Talk to your Toronto hair stylist about the best styling products for you.
The Low Profile Pony
The best part about this fall’s hairstyle trends are that they all harken back to the beauty in simplicity. The low profile ponytail is a great example. This one involves you pulling your hair back with a rubber band, either loose or tight. It’s quick, it’s easy, and it looks pretty sharp too.
*TIP: Use an embellished clasp at the top of the ponytail for added flair.
The Side Stepper
All the hairstyles from last year will have to step aside for this one. Slightly parting your hair on one side and pulling your long bangs over to tuck behind an ear is the new style. Forget letting your hair hide that beautiful face. This fall, let your smile be seen.
*TIP: Do “The Beach Bunny” with the rest of your hair to create a truly hot style.
The Sloppy Knot
For those days when you just want to pull your hair up, there is a style for that too. It involves you literally tying your hair into a pony-knot by separating it into two pieces. ou then complete the hairdo by letting hair hang down, flair out, and/or drop from the rubber band.
*TIP: Keep the sloppiness contained within the pony-knot, with the rest of your hair pulled back nicely.