Embrace the summer heat with the trendiest hairstyle
Though it’s summer all year around here in Singapore, June and July are usually the hottest months! Planning on looking good and stylish while facing the summer heat? We’ve prepared 3 different heat-proof hairstyles that would be perfect to wear this summer! And the bonus is that all of these looks are created based on professional hair stylist tips for keeping your hair happy and healthy all summer long.
#1 Formal Look
Tip: Don’t use a dryer much over the summer. It would be best that you don’t apply additional heat to your hair as it makes it more dry and dull.
99% of the time, you will have to use a dryer to create a formal look. But you won’t have to use one to create the Full Top Knot.
A pristine updo is an easy and pretty way to pull your hair back. This sleek look is ideal for formal occasions and perfect to face the summer heat while keeping your hair healthy.
For a more clean and sleek look, you can try applying a bit of styling wax and secure it with some bobby pins. Tease your hair before putting it in a bun for more volume.
#2 Casual Look
Having a bad hair day? Want to achieve the casual effortless look? Instead of the usual messy bun or ponytail, try putting a little twist on it.
The Princess Pony aka Banded Pony. Take your classic pony to royal status by setting it mid-height, pulling a section of your hair and wrap it around the base of the pony.
The Looped Bun. Make the lazy-day hairstyle look flawless! Simply don’t pull out your ponytail all the way. It’s easy to recreate, perfect for summer and will only take a few seconds.
Tip: While creating the look, use a wide-tooth comb instead of a brush. Wide-tooth combs are most gentle for untangling hair, as brushes can pull and tear when they snag strands.
#3 Trendy Look
Tip: Get a cool summer haircut. Short hair during the summer will help you feel fresh and cool.
You’ll be surprised to know that short hair is making a comeback!
Curly or straight, the Blunt Bob is in trend! Not just any Bob but a blunt and sharp one. The more angular the better.
Not convinced to go for the chop?
Tip: If you’re not a fan of short hair, go for a small trim to take care of the ends and bring back life to your hair.
Meanwhile, try the Faux Bob, celebrities latest favorite.