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Whether or not you’ve had a hairline transplant, as a woman you’re no stranger to the different seasonal hair fashions. Hairstyle color and cut trends are always changing in the Bay Area — long known as a hotbed of forwarding-thinking cultural movements. If you want a “pick me up” or make a stunning impression at a new school or a new job, tap into these ideas for an exciting way to freshen up your look.
This summer’s hairstyle trends are all about texture and contradictions.
Long hair is still as popular as it was last year, although this year fashionistas are focusing more on natural length and waves. Last year, it was all about stick-straight extensions, but for 2015, unassembled loose curls and messy parts seem to be all the rage. Bobs are also enjoying something of a renaissance this year. This summer’s bobs call for super-straight lines and perfectly symmetrical parts.
Summertime hair is all about low maintenance and natural textures. Ponytails and half-up styles are hot right now, especially when coupled with “wet” looking undone curls. If you’ve had hairline surgery, braids are a great way to disguise new growth. If you’re a risk taker, 90’s style crimped hair made an appearance on the Stella McCartney runway this year. Don’t crimp the whole thing though — just a few pieces to add texture.
This summer’s color trends are steering away from the vibrant unnatural tones and highlights that were so popular in 2014. The emphasis is now on unleashing your natural color, with shades like strawberry blonde, chestnut browns, and ash blonde.