Newport Beach Hair Stylist and Color Specialist emilyanncain.com shares Summer/Spring 2013 Hair Trends…
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Time to dig out those straighteners, ladies: after several seasons out of favour, super-straight locks are back in vogue. We spotted poker-straight glossy locks across the SS13 catwalks, from Derek Lam to Lacoste. [ Newport Beach Hair Stylist ]
 Make sure your locks are in top condition before trying this trend. Invest in a good oil that will add shine, while also protecting your tresses.
 Add interest to your super-straight locks by twisting two strands from the front of your hair and securing them at the back with kirby grips. We love this look. [ Newport Beach Hair Stylist ]
 Give your straight style a sophisticated twist with a sleek side-parting. This style is the equivalent of power dressing for hair.
 A simple centre-parting can be given a modern twist by slicking the front sections of your hair back behind your ears, leaving the section just in front of the ear loose.
 Keep your super-neat straight locks in place with a minimalist hairband for extra style points.”
–Repost, “Easy Hair Trends for Summer ’12” GLAMOUR.com
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“Trend No. 3: The Classic Prom Updo
(Newport Beach Hair Stylist)
These classic prom hairstyles include mostly updos featured on the celebrity red carpet. Choose between a variety of classic hairstyles, a roundup of chignons and a gallery of ballerina buns. Be careful not to make your updo too tight, or pulled-back because all you will see in pictures is your forehead and neck. Opt for a side part with bangs angled gently over the forehead. (Newport Beach Hair Stylist)
Hair texture: Works on all hair types from straight to super curly. Hair should be at least to your shoulders.
Personality: This style is best on classic, traditional girls.
Dress type: Works well with most dress types. Avoid casual, flowing dresses. Great hairstyle if you are featuring a necklace, earrings or an ornate bodice. (Newport Beach Hair Stylist)
Trend No. 4: Keep Your Hair Down (Newport Beach Hair Stylist)
Who says you have to put hair in an updo for prom? You can go straight and sleek, or opt for bouncy curls or beachy waves. Just don’t show up at prom looking as you do every day at school. If you are wearing your hair down and loose, make sure it hits below the top of your dress. Otherwise it can look boxy. If your hair isn’t long enough, you can get extensions just for prom. Or grow out your hair. (Newport Beach Hair Stylist)
Hair texture: Works on all hair types.
Personality: Works with all personalities, except traditional girls, who are better off with an updo.
Dress type: Balance out a tight-fitting, curve-hugging dress with loose, flowing waves or curls. This look works well with strapless dresses and spaghetti straps. Avoid wearing your hair down if the dress is a halter or covers the chest. (Newport Beach Hair Stylist)”
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