Elevate your hairstyle with this half up, half down look. You can opt for a more structured and sleek half-up ponytail or you can opt for a low lift, half-up messy bun. Either of these looks will keep the hair out of your face and will be able to tackle windy weather.
Scarves and headbands are great for adding warmth and style to your fall look this season. This accessory looks great both when used to either hold back your hair or for letting your locks loose. This look is easy to maintain but it will show that you applied more effort in the morning!
If you naturally have darker hair, adding caramel highlights will help add subtle lightness. This golden contrast will deposit a gorgeous glow to any skin tone. It is one of the more low maintenance hair colors and the grow out is stunning!
This stunning “Honey Bronde” color is between the shades of blonde and brunette with warmer blonde undertones. This golden combination will have you looking sun-kissed this summer!
70’s inspired looks go beyond the shag. To give off a more retro vibe, try adding some face-framing layers. Less layering in the back will make your hairstyle appear more thick and full which is also much easier to maintain for the summer!
If you’re looking for a more low maintenance hairstyle that isn’t too short, consider a collarbone lob. This look is the perfect transitional style for summer and is a great way to switch up your length without going too short. This universally flattering hairstyle is a great summer look to keep things as simple as possible!
Who wants sweaty hair round their face in the summer? We're not talking about a perfectly-styled bun, but instead, a DIY top knot that looks like you haven't tried too hard.
Chocolate brown is a deep, timeless hair color that easily found its way into the spring/ summer 2019 hair trends. This natural hair color looks rich and delicious when it is healthy, and it doesn’t need much beyond a touch of hair oil in order to appear impossibly shiny and sleek.
The 70’s Shag hairstyle is the perfect transitional cut. The soft fringe grows out so well and it looks great on any length hair. Anyone growing out a bob should opt for this amazing cut, plus you get bangs without the full commitment. When they grow out, you get face-framing layers!
Baby bangs with a lob. For those of you who are in the mood for a drastic change this season, should try short or thin bangs like Bettie Page. If you don't want to make that commitment, part your hair in the middle and attach a faux fringe extension and flat iron.