Sleek Hairstyles To Try Today…
After seeing a lot of styles that included fluffy backcombing and voluminous curls, it’s good to see some designs that are sleeker and more wearable making an appearance on the runway. Do not misunderstand me; there is always a place for large, bouncy volumes. However, smooth, polished styles look so effortlessly stylish, and it is far simpler to reproduce them at home…
The Long Bob
One of the most fruitful times of year to reinvent oneself is during the spring and summer months. The bob is a timeless style for the summer, and Jennifer Lawrence’s long bob is a great example of how to wear this look in a modern way. She has shaved off almost seven inches of her hair, resulting in a sleek, shoulder-length style that has been lauded as the “Hair Makeover of the Year so Far” by the publication InStyle.
Jennifer’s hair has been subtly textured with loose waves for a style that is purposefully undone and carefree in order to avoid the haircut from seeming too severe.
To recreate this look, I would first wet my hair and then use a mixture of Shu Uemura Satin Design, which is a moisture-rich lotion that gives weightless conditioning, and Essence Absolue, which is an oil that is velvety smooth and nourishing. The next step is to blow dry your hair until it is around ninety percent dry.
Next, use a wide round brush to smooth down your hair, and then finish by using the Ti Creative Styling 5-in-1 Curling System to tong random areas of your hair. This will provide a healthy bounce and movement to your hair.
This style is most flattering for those with round or heart-shaped features, but don’t worry; there’s a bob that works for every face shape.
The Low Slung, Wrapped Bun
Applying a little amount of pre-blowdry gel to wet hair will help make the hair more “moldable.” Kerastase Couture Styling Forme Fatale is an excellent product to use for this purpose. Straighten your hair with a blow dryer and pull it back into a low ponytail at the nape of your neck. Use a transparent elastic to keep it in place.
Remove a portion of the “tail” and wrap it around the elastic, fixing it as you go with pins or grips. Continue wrapping the hair, this time focusing more on the bottom of the bun rather than going around the top of it to get a more low-slung appearance.
After a bun has been constructed, proceed to wrap the remaining hair around the bun. To fix it, carefully stretch it over the bread’s breadth, and then fasten it.
Finish the look by spraying your hair with a high-shine hairspray such as Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray to keep everything in place after you have tucked any loose ends beneath the bun.
Grab some straighteners if you want the smoothest possible finish on your hair. ghd stylers are, without a doubt, an excellent option to consider. After using a spray that protects against heat, section off your hair so that it may be straightened.
Gather all of the strands of hair into a high ponytail, then use a paddle brush to detangle and smooth out any kinks. Give the ponytail some edge by securing it with a transparent elastic or trying out a hefty hair cuff.
Use your straighteners to smooth out any kinks in the tail, and end by working Kerastase Nutritive Touche Perfection Balm into the lengths of the hair to add shine and softness.
This piece was motivated by the high-gloss, touchably soft styles that were shown at the Moroccanoil Beyond Beautiful Hair Show.
Do you like designs that are more minimal at the moment, or do you think that the larger they are, the better they look?