Monday, July 5, 2010

2010 Hairstyles

The Light-Reflecting Blonde

If you have naturally very light or grey hair, this kind of baby blonde colour will suit you. Ask your colourist for white blonde with buttery highlights to keep it soft and natural. Use a toner shampoo with blue undertones to keep the colour from turning brassy.

The Long Fringe

A longer length fringe is a great disguise for a long or oblong face. Keep it eye skimming to draw attention towards your features. Team it with a gorgeous bob that grazes your shoulders for a statement haircut.

The Side Swept Fringe

An oval face can pull off almost any hairstyle. If you have good bone structure, consider an angular bob hairstyle or a long, side swept fringe.

The Thick Waves

If you have naturally thick hair, adding some waves and a fringe can break it up and give your hair some style. To achieve glossy waves, invest in thicker curling irons and only divide hair into about four or five sections to curl. finish by running a little mousse through your hair to hold the style.

The New Auburn Hair

Auburn is a nice alternative shade to glam up your look. This colour will suit blondes as well as brunettes, just make sure you ask for auburn with a warm base and darker tones to bring out your skin tone.

The Short Curls

Layer up short curls to add volume and bounce - if your hair is all one length, it will look too heavy and you will lose the springy curls.

The Blondes

Achieving luminous blonde hair at home can be a nightmare - always go to a professional. If you have fair skin, golden shades will warm up your skin tone. Ash tones are best for anyone with reddish skin, as the cool hues will help neutralise the redness. Caramel blondes are good for brunettes, especially close to the face. Olive skin tones wll benefit from a more neutral shade of blonde to keep it looking natural.

The Angular Bob

Take the edge off an angular face with a choppy bob. The layers in this look make it really versatile. Keep the ends choppy to hide a strong jawline.

The Messy Waves

To get the look, prep damp hair with volumiser, blow dry with a round brush and then wrap hair around a medium-barrel curling iron.

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