Spring Hair, Yes, We Care!
There’s nothing more refreshing and confidence-boosting than to switch things up a bit with a fresh, new ‘do. And now that the warmer weather and sunshine are finally coming out, there’s no time like the present. We wanted to know what the hot spring hair trends were for the season. So we looked no further than Lorean Cairns, the Co-Founder and Creative Director of trendy salon Fox & Jane to give us some ideas.
–Bang, Bangs! Bangs are the perfect way to enhance and bring out stunning cheekbones or almond-shaped eyes. They’re also great for hiding any forehead wrinkles that might have crept up over time. “Skip the Botox and opt for bangs this spring,” says Cairns.
–The Shag. Edgier, bolder haircuts are here to stay for a while. This is the “it girl” look for now for those looking to do something bold with their hair. “Some women are even taking this as far as the ‘model mullet,’ says Cairns. Adding short, textured layers to your cut will create a chic, rocker girl edge to your look, she continues.
–The subtle A-Line. To update last year’s trend of the Lob, like we saw on celebrities like Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Hudson, Jenna Dewan-Tatum to name a few. Cairns suggests taking the back of the head a smidge shorter than the front and add a few textured layers for the 2016 update.
–The Gatsby Bob. “I love this look for the girl who is confident enough to carry a bold image, Cairns says. Sexy, sophisticated and perfect to bring out a beautiful face. “Make sure the cut is pristine to keep it current with a classic twist,” she says.
And for the men? Cairns didn’t forget to mention what’s in style for the boys as well. And she is thankfully saying that it’s time to say goodbye to the man bun. And not a minute too soon. The look that seemed to take over the heads of men everywhere is officially over, according to the Fox & Jane owner. She says men are returning to the short and shaggy this season. She warns that it’s important not to go overboard with the grooming with overly-barbered look and instead, texturize it and grow it out just a touch.
Fox & Jane has locations in New York City and San Diego.
Written By: Liz Hazard