January 24, 2013
With the Spring fashion season right around the corner, discussions regarding the latest fashions in clothes and make up are numerous, but less thought is generally given to the hairstyle trends for women in 2013. Here to correct this oversight are some of the hairstyles we can expect to see on women in 2013.
Top Spring/Summer Hairstyle Trends for Women
The Half-Tuck—this works best with longer hair parted in the center. The center part is in right now, and this style provides just enough emphasis to make it work without being boring. This style involves tucking only part of the hair behind the ear and leaving the rest hanging in front, framing the face.
Side Parted—this one is carried over from the Fall and Winter trends but is showing no signs of slowing down. Still popular going into Spring and Summer, it requires very little effort to maintain.
Fringe/Bangs—although never completely out of style, the fringed look is coming back strongly again. Knowing how to get and maintain this look often takes professional help, and the instructors at Avalon School of Cosmetology can help you become the professional that can provide that help.
Specific Hairstyle Trends for Women Throughout 2013
Sleek Side Part—works with straight or straightened hair, providing a sleek and smooth look while still allowing for volume and shine.
Textured Side Part—relies on texturing from the tips up and works well with layers. This one can be adapted for either long or short hair.
Twisted Headband—a twist on the side part, this one actually allows you to use portions of your hair to twist over your head in the shape of a headband. Revived from a fashion trend of the 1960s, this style provides a more modern take on a retro look.
Twisted Side Ponytail—a twist on the traditional low ponytail that has also made a comeback for 2013, this style begins on the side of the head and wraps to the base of the neck.
Half-Braided Hair—a modern take on an age-old style, the braid is timeless. In this case, a small part of the hair is braided and then can be wrapped in various ways around the head or draped over the remaining loose hair, providing much versatility with this one trend.
Messy Chignon—a quick and easy way to get hair up at the base of the neck without worrying about perfection. This can look elegant while appearing effortless if done correctly.
These hairstyles and hair trends provide only a portion of what is possible for women’s styles in 2013. If you are interested in learning how to create and stay on top of all of the hairstyle trends for women in 2013, Avalon School of Cosmetology can help. Visit our website at avalon.edu.