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Hair Trends For Summer-Spring 2012

2012 August 9
by cnapple

It seems that there is a tendency for fashion to get a bit more minimalistic in 2012. The whole idea is to look natural and spend the smallest amount of time to prepare yourself to go out. Also, comfort has a lot of impact on fashion this year and this can be seen in hair trends for this spring all the way to summer.

Messy hair – it seems that messy hair is definitely in this season and the next season. Just comb your hair, throw in a bit of hair product to make it look like it has been a little messed up and you are ready to go out with the sexiest look ever. Glistening hair is also in trend, so more product where it can be visible can make you look amazing. Of course, people shouldn’t take this the wrong way, this doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t take care of your hair, it just means that you have to go for an effortless look.

Knots and tails – there is a tendency to make different weird knots and it has been seen on fashion shows quite a lot lately. Also, pony tails that offer a minimalistic look are trendy and will make every woman’s job easier when preparing to go out. There can be different types of pony tails too, some models where seen with really complicated patterns, so don’t be afraid to experiment.

Short hair – if the trends are showing a tendency for more simple and effortless styles, short hair will probably be a priority this year and we will see a lot of messy short hair styles in trend. A lot of women will probably find short hair to be the most easy to maintain solution and it can be a great way to try something new in terms of fashion. Just make sure that you and your stylist find something appropriate to your face shape to enhance your features the best way you can.

In the end, your hair should first match your lifestyle and you will need to make sure that you feel comfortable with it, no matter if it is messy, straight, long or short.

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