Reasons For A New Season
As 2020 becomes quite unpredictable, towards fall, the desire to switch hairstyles is proving irresistible. The current pandemic is making people look into fall trends that are low-maintenance. As salons start to re-open, proprietors and stylists are suggesting easy to do and style hair dos that will allow customers to let their hair grow out and keep the style in between haircuts. Customers are also opting to keep their hair care routine minimal throughout quarantine. Top hairstylists tell us about those trending cuts.
Short Layers are about ease and low maintenance, especially if you want to wear your hair natural. Without losing length adding short layers to an existing cut is a great option. The look really enhances natural curls and waves. A recommendation is drying your hair with a T-shirt or microfiber towel then following up with diffuser attachment to minimize frizz.
Pixies & Buzzcuts are effortless as they require a truly minimal hair care routine. You can still keep a bit of length on top if you go with a short, choppy pixie. Tousling your hair with your fingers will give you a bit of texture, but you can also run a bit of pomade through it to get a piecey finish.
One Length is in because there is virtually no maintenance required and the look is super easy to style. The cut’s defining factor is leaving out layers and it works across all hair types and textures. Styling options are many. Wear a longer one-length cut down or pull it up into a high ponytail or bun. You can use a cloth-covered scrunchie to prevent pulling and breakage.
The ’70s Bangs keep the quarantine hair struggle easier as monthly trims are not necessary. You can keep the style longer, The style is great with any length of hair or any texture – curly, wavy, or straight. Blow dry them out with a big round brush or wear them naturally. There are round brushes out there that lock in styles while simultaneously preventing damage.
Chin-Length Bob or the bob remains widely popular because of its versatility. It can be worn curly, wavy, or sleek. They match fall’s high necklines on clothes. While bobs typically require trims to maintain the length, a blunt finish with minimal layers still looks great as hair gets longer.
The Lob is also still going strong in 2020. The clavicle-length cut is just as versatile, but a great option for anyone who doesn’t want to go too short.
Going For Low Maintenance Cuts in Bellevue
If you’ll make that one time visit to a salon this quarantine season, look no further than Geena Moon’s in Bellevue and get that easy, no-fuzz style to last a long time.