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New Hair for the New Season

Now that Spring's almost here and bouts of Summer are starting to crop through with surprising showers of sunshine every now and then, it's time to revamp those tresses and get ready for the new season. The warmer months bring along with them a tonne of fun festivals, days at the beach and exotic holidays abroad, which undoubtedly calls for a style swap when it comes to make-up, fashion and hair. 

The easiest way to revamp your hair for the sunny months is via a good old wash, cut and blow dry of course. Nothing beats the feeling of freshly cut hair that looks voluminous and feels bouncy when straight out of the salon. Ditch those layers and feathers and opt for a same length haircut that feels modern and looks runway inspired. For a more interesting touch, opt for some wispy front fringes to switch things up a little or a dash of sun kissed, pastel colour shot through the tresses for a boho-chic look. Whether you have Indian, Brazilian or Afro hair, it's easy to incorporate a variety of hair cuts, styles and colours these days via extensions and weaves, so all you need is a trusty hairdresser. Find afro salon reviews at noscrunchie.com

If you're someone who doesn't want to deal with the hassle of artificial extensions or weaves, then 'au naturale' hair can be salon treated to give you a good hair day, everyday. From Brazilian Blow Dry's, Keratin Treatments to hair relaxing treatments, it's never been easier to alter the texture of your locks. These treatments of course contain chemicals which means you'll need to take extra care of your hair after but as long as you've chosen a great salon to do the job for you, the after care is half done! These hair relaxing treatments can be a huge plus to get done in the warmer months when humidity and unexpected rain can easily turn your hair into a frizz ball in no time. 

Hair styles are also a low maintenance and convenient way of revamping your tresses for Spring/Summer. Switch up your hair style to a low, slicked back ponytail or a textured top knot to emphasise a change in your look minus any long term commitment. Temporary hair dyes available in a vast array of shades also allow experimenting with colours before you bite the bullet and opt for a permanent one. 

Whatever route you choose to spice up your hair for the new season, do check out salon reviews at noscrunchie.com and share your salon experiences, both good and bad. 




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Sheefa. 29. London. Spamming the web with ramblings on hair, eye shadow, skincare & cosmetic hoarding in general since 2008. Grab a cuppa and kick back!
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