summer hairstyles | Avalanche Salon and Spa Collegeville

On hot summer days, the last thing you want to do is plugin any of your hot tools, but you don’t want to wear your hair the exact same way everyday of summer.  Try these 6 easy summer hair styles to spice things up this summer.

Scrunchies

Scrunchies were popular in the 80s and now they’re making a comeback.  For a quick summer hairstyle when you’re running late, pull your hair into a high ponytail and secure it with a scrunchie.  If you want a messier look, pull some pieces out in the front to frame your face.  Scrunchies come in all kinds of fabrics and patterns. You can wear this look to the gym with a plain solid colored scrunchie or wear it out to dinner with a fun patterned scrunchie.

Headbands

Big headbands are another trend making a comeback.  Let your hair air dry and try a big headband embellished with faux pearls or a patterned headband to match your outfit.  The headband will help to keep your hair out of your face on summer days when you still want to wear it down.

Big Bows and Hair Scarves

Change up a low ponytail by tying it up with a hair scarf or a big bow.  Pull out pieces in the front to frame your face and make the look messier.  Low ponytails are great if you don’t like your hair up in a tight pony and by adding a hair scarf or bow you can give it a more put together look.

Beachy Waves

For the days you wish you were at the beach, start with damp hair and add some of our Good Girl Skye Sea Spray.  If you want a little extra volume add our Good Girl Skye Boosting Mousse to your roots before adding our Sea Spray.  Scrunch your hair and allow it to air dry for beachy waves like you have after a day at the shore.

Braids

Braids are a fun way to keep your hair back while making it look great.  Pull your hair back in a low traditional braid or put your hair in a high ponytail and then put it into a sleek braid.  Try a fishtail braid to make it extra special.  Follow this step-by-step fishtail tutorial by Cosmopolitan to achieve a fishtail braid https://www.cosmopolitan.com/style-beauty/beauty/a20267328/fishtail-braid-how-to/ .

Low Buns

If you’re tired of ponytails try a low bun.  Pull your hair into a low ponytail and wrap a hair tie around it.  The last time you pull your hair through your hair tie don’t pull it all the way through to make a loop.  Tie a hair scarf around the top to make it ready for a night out.  Pull pieces out in the front to frame your face.

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