Fancy a change? Here, all the new season hair inspiration you need.
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LOW MAINTENANCE BANGS
“Bangs are a game changer and it shows that you can still have a longer hair shape, but still have some shorter lengths framing your face. I find that most of my clients love longer bangs cause there cool and easy to style which is so important. Push them back, sweep them forward, you decide.”
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TEXTURED ‘COOL GIRL’ BOBS
“Dua Lipa’s graphics ‘cool girl bob’ is the perfect example of how you can wear this haircut and not look like a nanna. Keep the texture “undone” rather than restricted and poker straight. Dua’s bob is definitely on my radar—girls are already asking for this and it’s not even summer yet!”
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ONE LENGTH HAIR
“I think the one length look is going to be a summer staple—and I love the fact that hair can be parted to one side to mix the look up. A deep side part takes you from beach bunny to nightclub ready.”
4 / 7 CURLY BANGSAll my fellow curly haired girls, don’t get double-minded about rocking those curly bangs. Especially now that they’re all the rage this summer! The bangs can be short and edgy or even strong and chic, you can choose whichever trend you like to make a bold statement. It’s all about finding the right stylist for your hair and you’re sorted!
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BLUNT ’90S BOB
“This style works well with a middle part or accentuated side part to show off the internal layers and movement. How short you go will depend on your bone structure, but the short, blunt bob works with all hair types from wavy to straight. The key to this cut is keeping the exterior or bottom line blunt, because that’s where the drama comes from.”
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THE ’70S SHAG
“This is ‘the haircut’ for this summer. It long yet sits anywhere between the nipple and two inches below the collar bone; it’s heavily layered yet so loose and soft through the ends. It has strong layering all around the face. It has a full fringe or center part drop fringe. It’s the ultimate wash and wears look. It’s a ‘strong’ haircut although so effortless.”
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WRAPPED IN A SCARF
“This look has just started and is only getting more popular—it’s easy, convenient and flattering. You can go designer or op shop when shopping for your new scarf accessory. Bold or patterned, there really are no rules! Hair all up or done, fringe in or out. Fold the scarf length wise to make it like a 3cm band, place the middle at the nap of the head, and bring it around the perimeter of the hairline and tie at the front of your hairline above the forehead. You can tie or make a little bow, pulled it around to the side.”
“Start writing, no matter what. The water does not flow until the faucet is turned on.” Hey, I'm M Affan Ayub, Photographer, vlogger, Blogger and Handling Digital & PR at Brands Magazine & FHM Pakistan.