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How to Manage your Hair for Spring 2019

Spring has sprung! Is your hair ready? 

As the warm weather slowly creeps upon us, the time to try a fresh new look is nye. Easter is the perfect excuse to start new with your hair. From pastels to baby-lights, it’s an opportunity to add some color to your life. Blues, pinks, purples, white highlights, and short bobs are all in season! Are you up to date with this spring’s latest trends? If not, here’s a little something to give you some inspiration.

Spring Trends 2019:

White - blonde highlights

Adding some white - blonde highlights will get you ready for that sun kissed look for the summer, or add some brightness to compliment the warming of the weather!

Pony lights:

Pony lights will give you a subtle change, but equally as satisfying. It’s never been a better time for this feathered ombre 

Bold pink:

A bright and daring pink will set you apart from all the rest this spring! Adding this splash of color will give you a youthful glow, and bring out your inner peep

Copper Penny:

Bright colors or blondes not doing it for you, but you still need a new, refreshing color? Try a beautiful copper color. It’s always in style and will never fail to give you a beautiful warm glow.

Solid Brunette:

Have darker features? Highlights just not fitting you right? Try a solid brunette color to accent your natural beauty, and frame your face this spring. 

Baby Blonde:

Blonde, blonde, blonde! When is a beautiful blonde not in style? This natural look will rejuvenate your spring senses, without being too in-your-face.

Silver:

Looking for something sleek and sexy? Or cool and professional? Silver is always a staple to make a statement!

Curly Bangs:

Have curly hair, want bangs, but never found the right time? Well the time is now! This look is cute and will add a young touch to any haircut!

Blunt Bob:

Blunt bobs never fail to make a bold statement. This cut frames your face and adds a sleek and sexy feel.

70’s Shag:

The 70’s are back baby! Turn some heads with this messy, I-woke-up-like-this look! Shag will give off a fun and care - free look for the warmer months

Curtain Bangs:

Love the look of bangs but cant commit to the blunt lines? Try out a curtain bang! It will add some fullness and draw attention to your eyes.

French Chic:

This combo of bob and bangs will surely make you feel alive and care free this spring! Frame your face, take some weight off and enjoy the cool breeze with this beautiful look

Baby Bangs:

Bangs, bangs and more bangs! This spring is all about a beautiful banged out look. If you’re looking for a more edgy, alternative style baby bangs are a great addition to your style. 

Shaggy Pixie Cut: 

As the days grow warmer, hair gets shorter! Fun and carefree, this look will make you appear more mature, and highlight your beautiful natural features.

Written by Ash Niznansky

Hair Color Mistakes to Avoid Before Your Wedding

Hair Color Mistakes to Avoid Before Your Wedding: 

It is recommended you start planning six months or more prior to your big day. Consulting with a your colorist will avoid mistakes, and provides time to work out your ideas and keep your hair looking healthy, and beautiful. Though, if you’ve picked a stylist with experience and prior knowledge to your hair, you’re more likely to avoid those heart breaking mistakes and are likely in good hands. 

Drastic Changes:

On your wedding day, you want to look like your true, beautiful self. You don’t want to look through your wedding photos years later and regret the decisions you made for your hair. It’s a night you want to remember for the rest of your life. Try to avoid making too drastic of a change to your hair, to steer clear from haunting your memory with a bad hair day.  Stay true to your color, or style.

Switching Your Stylist:

If you get your hair colored regularly chances are, you already frequent a particular hair stylist. If you don’t have a regular colorist, try to find one as soon as you get engaged. Doing this will provide you the time to get to know your stylist, and for them to get to know your hair. Color is a tricky trade, and the better your stylist knows your hair the less room there is for a mistake. Start planning your hair color at least six months in advance and consult your stylist with your ideas. The more communication there is between you, the better off you are. Giving yourself this time to plan will take a lot of weight off your shoulders and takes away the panic before your big day. (You’ve got enough to worry about!)

Poor Appointment Planning: 

Planning is a huge part of your wedding day. Why should your hair be any different? It’s a good idea to get together with your stylist and discuss your plan. Figuring out what to do and when, and how long it will take. Doing so will help you avoid over-doing it and risking the damage of your hair.

Neglecting a Full: 

If you regularly get highlights, keeping up with them before your wedding day is key. If you’re partial, to receiving a partial, it’s recommended that you try a full. Getting a full foil will provide a seamless look on your big day, adding a beautiful variety of color to your hair. It will keep you from showing any dark spots, or root-age. Doing so will take some planning, making sure they don’t waste their money on a service right beforehand. 

DIY Color:

Doing your own color is highly advised against, even if you’re a professional. Even with a routine at-home color kit its strongly suggested you see a professional. At-home color doesn’t include new hues, or highlights of any kind. If money is an issue, speaking to your new or frequent stylist will help you figure out just what exactly you can achieve with your budget. When you try to do your own color, you risk messing up; in turn costing you more money, time, and effort. 

Lack of planning; Extensions & Color Matching:

More often than not, the bride will want long, beautiful, flowing hair for their big day. Though not planning and thinking through your process may just cause a nightmare. Planning months in advance will help you avoid such disasters. From clip ins, to tape ins, you and your stylist need to go over how to maintain your extensions and keep them clean and beautiful. Failing to take care of your extensions can cost you and arm and a leg, not to mention your time. It’s advised you buy the hair in advance with your stylist to ensure your extensions will fit your needs. 

Written by Ash Niznansky