This seasons most wanted long hairstyles

Posted on April 10th, by David in Hair Styles. Comments Off on This seasons most wanted long hairstyles



This style is all one length that’s been curl. The cut calls for thick, dense hair (otherwise the ends can look stringy) and works on pretty much all face shapes, except for long ones, which it can elongate even more. To create the big curls at the bottom, use a two-inch curling iron to clamp down on the ends of the hair, then roll it up, holding the iron horizontally.

TIP: Long hair is prone to split ends. Weekly masks and trims every two months will help



Sofia Vergara’s layers start at the collarbone and are cut bluntly to give the illusion of more hair. The cut suits round and heart-shaped faces best, and it’s ideal for straight or wavy textures, since tight curls would be hard to blow out everyday.

TIP: When adding layers in front, women with round faces shouldn’t go shorter than the chin; those with elongated faces can go shorter or add bangs.



Minka Kelly’s layers are also long, but there are more of them and they are less chunky, starting higher up and going from the chin down. Her layers are cut into the bottom for lightness, which she can get away with because her hair is thick.



Naturally curly hair is actually several inches longer than it appears. Her layers are still long and minimal, cut about two or three inches from the ends and thinned at the bottom to avoid a triangular look. This cut is best for naturally curly or wavy hair; an iron helps smooth any frizz.



Emma Roberts’s  layers are cut so they get longer and heavier toward the front of the shape. It’s the perfect long cut for fine hair, because it gives body and movement without looking straggly. It, also a great shape for women who have a lot less hair in front than in back, because it keeps enough hair around the face. A side part and jaw-length layers in front help shorten her oval face well, but the cut also flatters just about anyone. If your hair is fine, don’t go more than two inches below the collarbone, and avoid too many layers so the ends don’t get stringy.



Adding bangs helps soften or shorten square, oval, elongated faces, as is the case with Olivia Wilde, who also incorporates long layers that start at her collarbone. Avoid too-blunt bangs; cut into them so they fall softly at your forehead. Your hair can be thick or thin, but unless it’s naturally straight, bangs will be a headache to take care of. Expect to visit the salon for regular trims on the bangs, they grow fast.
Want to try one of these styles for spring? Or maybe recreate one of these stars great hair colors? Give us a call today and ask for David and Frank, 480-607-6544.

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