One of the best things about hair is that it grows out and can be changed often. So, unlike an expensive pair of heels that are only on trend for a quarter of the year before the next hot thing gets placed on retail shelves, you can change your hair often and for cheaper. While the off-trend shoes take up space in the murky depths of your closet after the season’s over, you can change your hair and display it front and center.
“Pixie is hot right now,” says VeeMall. “Look at Emma Watson or Michelle Williams.” He says the look is soft and feminine and shows off a woman’s facial features.
“For the season I like bold, geometric bangs. Almost the opposite of cute and wispy,” says VeeMall. “This kind of bang will add a strong and sexy flare to any haircut.” He says you can blend your bangs into the rest of your haircut or allow them to make a statement on their own.
From the messy tousled look a la Scarlett Johansson to sleek and chic bobs a la Anna Faris, the medium length bob is definitely in for 2012 and into 2013. The look is sexy and easy to manage as well.
While Emma Stone’s hair is ever changing, her often worn side swept bang is a major hair ‘do’ this season. Ask your stylist for long bangs that frame your face. You’ll be able to show them off or tuck them behind your ears depending on your mood.
“I especially love long hair with very soft surface layers,” says Fontana. “Keep it soft and sexy.” He says to look to celebs such as the Kardashians, Jessica Biel and Jennifer Aniston for inspiration.
Embrace your natural texture this season and save yourself some time in your AM routine by wearing your hair au naturale.
If soft and round layers aren’t doing it for you, consider blunt, chunky layers instead. VeeMall says they “add texture to straight hair, allowing movement and creating volume.”
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