Hott Hair Trends for Summer 2015

The Wavy Shag

The sizzling version of the lob for summer. Charge full force into humidity with this flatiron-free, tousled look. Style.com defines it as, "a rocker cut meets natural curls." Whatever you want to call it, this look has it all: edge, flirt, and texture while being incredibly easy to style.  

Photo via Style.com

Photo via Style.com

Half & Half

We're all about showing off your summer skin and fresh make-up looks! This style is perfect for keeping hair out of the face while still allowing you to maintain those messy beach waves. To add more volume to the look, sprinkle a bit of texturizing powder on roots and massage in for an instant lift (we suggest Bumble's Prêt-à-Powder).

Image via GLAMOUR 

Image via GLAMOUR 

Rose Gold Locks

Think you can't rock red? Think again! Blending strawberry blonde and copper hues (as seen below on Sienna Miller) reflects beautifully on all skin tones to give a warm, healthy glow! 

Image via ELLE 

Image via ELLE 

Mermaid Vibes

Braids for summer? Shocking right? We all love the braid for being fun and playful. This season however, we're seeing it become more versatile on the Red Carpet by being paired with more elegant and polished looks as well. So whether you're headed to a music festival or a dinner date, there's a braid for you! Loving Olivia Wilde's fishtail at the Tribeca Film Festival. 

Photo via FilmMagic/NY Post

Flirty Fringe

Bangs are a secret weapon for looking younger without Botox! You even have lots of options here: face-framing fringe creates the illusion of more defined cheek bones, choppy bangs can add structure to a round shape face, or try an arch shape for shading the forehead and eye corners, where the first signs of aging are often noticed. 

Photo via InStyle

Photo via InStyle

Whatever style you choose, remember summer is the perfect time to experience and try something new! Don't be afraid to step out of your comfort zone a bit and find a SPAtacular new look you love! 

~In Beauty,
Ashley  

Posted on May 11, 2015 .