We don’t know whether it is the rebirth of nature or just the good disposition that sunny days give us, but people feel the need to make a change during the spring season. Women, in particular like to opt for a new haircut, which is why we think it is important to let you know what trends experts recommend for the spring/summer season 2012.
Layers represent the greatest comeback of the year. After being replaced with blunt long hairstyles in the last couple of years, layered cuts seem to gain more and more territory lately. In fact, there have been many actresses who donned layered hairstyles, during the most important events of the year. It doesn’t matter whether you have long, medium or short tresses as layers look great with any length of hair. Moreover, your hair will stay healthy for a longer period of time because the hair dresser will be able to trim all the damaged locks.
At the opposite end, there are hairstylists who suggest various blunt haircuts for the warm season of 2012. The blunt bob continues to remain the favorite look of designers even though it was first launched four years ago. If you want to make a change without entirely modifying your look, you can ask your hairdresser to give you a blunt bang. This hairstyle seems to be highly appreciated in Hollywood where numerous actresses were seen wearing it since the beginning of the year. Reese Witherspoon, Rose Byrne, Liv Tyler and Rooney Mara are some of the celebrities who were seen wearing this look at the Golden Globe Awards 2012.
Straight hair is no longer interesting to hairstylists as most of the coifs they presented at the New York Fashion Week were curly or wavy. The news is great for women who have natural wavy hair as they will no longer have to use heat tools to make their locks stay straight. This doesn’t mean the rest of the women will have to use curling irons to achieve the popular “beach-wave” look as the curls have to look natural. The best way to achieve this hairstyle is to use curl-enhancing foam on damp hair and scrunch locks to create waves.