3 Hair Trends To Bring Your Hair Back To Life

Blunt cuts, beach waves, and ombre hair have all taken over the hairstyle world for the past several years or so. However, times are changing and so are the hairstyle trends. Because it is the dead of winter and temperatures are cold all around the country, it may be the perfect time for you to get a new do or try a new style that will really bring your look and yourself to life. 

Try a Bob

Having long hair is one of those things that you either think is low maintenance or high maintenance. If you are sick and tired of having to constantly curl it and find a hairstyle to put it in, then it may be time to get a complete overhaul done instead and get a stylish bob. Whether you go with an A-line bob or a more blunt-cut bob, this chic hairstyle can make you look fabulous and put together before you know it. Plus, with spring around the corner, you can just add a little headband to it and voila! You are as chic as ever. 

Go for Fuller Curls

While beach waves have taken center stage for long-haired girls for the past five years or so, fuller, bigger curls are now coming back into style. Rather than using a 1/2-inch curling iron, you should reach for that 2-inch curling iron and try to get big, thick curls that can cascade all around your face. Then, make sure that you curl the ends a little as well; that way you get that look that you are really going for. 

Add More Layers

The '90s have all but taken over the fashion world, and the beauty industry is no exception. One of the best trends in '90s beauty was face-framing layers (like Rachel from Friends). When curled under at the ends, these layers can help add dimension and texture to just about anyone's face and they can be fun when you try for an updo as well. When having your hairstylist cut the layers, make sure that they are the shortest around the chin and that they just are tapered from there. 

Going to the hair salon is one of the best ways to revamp your look and try something new. The next time you go to the hair salon for your usual cut, consider talking to your stylist about one of these trends instead.