Switching up your haircut is one of the fastest and simplest ways of changing your look and feeling like a completely new person. Without having to spend a lot, you can refresh your style, frame your face in a way that suits its shape and, last but not least, experiment with creative hairdos. 2015 has been an interesting year in terms of hair trends, stylists suggesting re-interpretations of classic cuts, as well as new and edgy styles for those looking for a bit of risk. From long boho waves to flirty pixie cuts, here are the trends you need to know before you make an appointment for your next Ottawa haircut.
Celebrities like Rihanna, Scarlett Johansson and Jennifer Lawrence have been true trendsetters this year, giving up their envy-inducing locks for short and edgy haircuts. If you have a round face and are willing to experiment, than ask your stylist about the pixie cut. For something more feminine, choose a classy side-swept look, but if you are going for more rebellious, punk-inspired look, ask your stylist to shave the sides. To avoid looking too masculine or unprofessional, wear dresses and feminine blouses and choose the classic red lipstick.
If short hairstyles aren’t for you, but you still don’t want to commit to waist-length locks, then medium length hairstyles are for you. For girls with shoulder-length hair or shorter, the lob is an excellent idea. It essentially has the same shape as the popular bob, with longer strands on the side, but the hair reaches the shoulders. You can rock this hairstyle with or without bangs and, if you get tired of straight hair, you can use a curling wand (or even straighteners!) to create large, relaxed curls on the sides. For girls with thin hair looking for volume, try long even layers.
Girls who take the time and patience to grow their hair are the luckiest, because they can experiment with many creative hairstyles. The stars of 2015 are definitely boho waves, which give you a relaxed and feminine look, without seeming overdone. You can do them at home with a curling wand or just by adding a bit of mousse into wet hair and keeping it in a bun overnight. If you prefer straight hair, make a side parting and tuck your hair behind your ear for an elegant and classy look. For special occasions, ask your stylist to put your hair up in a messy bun or make a French braid.