At Pavlova Salon in Saint James and Wading River, we see Spring as a time for renewal.
As the temperatures warm up and the days get longer, we see renewal all around us in the grass, the trees, the flowers… and you.
As we emerge from the long dark days of winter, we often feel it’s time to renew ourselves with a new and fabulous hair style.
A new hair style can complete the feeling of renewal and give you a new start just like all the new growth around us. It can be just the thing for that fresh start to the season.
Spring Hair Style Tips for You
The hair stylists and colorists at the best salon in Smithtown and Wading River, NY are here to share three of the most popular spring hair styles straight from the runways in New York and Paris.
As all sorts of new things start to poke their heads out of the ground, the hair fashion trends this spring are simple and pretty, but not over-done.
What’s in Style for Hair this Spring?
Waves. Spring is the forerunner of summer and summer brings thoughts of waves crashing on our Long Island beaches. Bring a little summer forward with natural-looking waves in your hair. Relaxed and unfussy, loose natural waves put a little spring in our step and match the casual nature of spring. Relaxed doesn’t mean messy. You want your natural looking curls to look simple, not un-cared for. Some women are just lucky enough to be born with natural waves, but for the rest of us, it may take a little work. Come in and speak with your favorite Pavlova Salon stylist to find out what you need to do to get the beautiful natural-looking waves Jennifer Lawrence has been rocking lately.
Braids. Braids are versatile. They can be as complicated and elegant as a bridal up-do, or as simple and casual as you like. The look this spring is more casual for every day. You’re not looking for polished and glamorous, but sporty and spontaneous. Just separate your hair into three sections and weave them together, overlapping one section over the other in a systematic rotation. You can do this with your hair wet or dry, but if you choose dry, you’ll want to add some product first. If you braid your hair wet, you may get some of those natural curls we spoke about earlier when you take it out of the braid when it’s dry. Want to make it even more controlled? In addition to the band at the bottom of the braid, add another at the top to make a kind of braided ponytail.
Buns. Today’s buns are not the buns your librarian wore. Keep it casual and not too over-groomed. This spring’s bun is more of a short ponytail with a little class. To accomplish this, part your hair in the middle and gather it in the back into a low ponytail at the base of your neck (not at the top of your head). Then, split the hair into three sections, cross the two outer sections and hold them together with elastic just under the crossover. Then, roll the tail under and pin it in place. Add a little elegance with an accessory at the base of the knot.
Need a Little Help? Come See Us in Saint James or Wading River, NY
Not sure how to do this from the description? Come in and see your favorite Pavlova Salon hair stylist in Saint James or Wading River and they’ll show you how. Call us in Saint James, Smithtown, NY at 631-780-4862 or Wading River, Brookhaven, NY at 631-769-6025.