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If you’ve been holed up during the quarantine or long Minnesota winter, it might be time to head over to the salon. Spring is all about new beginnings, and the best way to breathe fresh life into your look is a fresh spring haircut. Here are 5 quick and fun spring hairstyles to try:
Pixies are always popular but this year they’re a little longer. This haircut is perfect if you want to try a shorter haircut without going too short. Want to give this cut a try? Ask your hairstylist for a long shaggy pixie cut with bangs that cover the ears.
If you’ve been on TikTok at all this quarantine you’ve probably seen a myriad of curtain bang hairstyles. Embrace the ‘70s and a fun hairstyle that works well on all hair textures, especially on thicker, waiver textures. Style your bangs by blow-drying and round-brushing with a middle part so they sweep backward.
Want something low-maintenance and fresh? Try a single-length, clean-cut this spring. Anyone looks great in this haircut, whether it’s a short bob or a cut that hangs down your back. Ask your stylist for a one-length cut with blunt ends. To style, add a little bit of mousse on your hair and let it air-dry for extra volume.
Looking for an easy, low-maintenance look? Try a shaggy layer cut, which not only looks great on everyone but also adds visual interest to your hair. Ask your stylist for short to medium layers around your cheekbones and feathery ends. To style mist your damp hair with sea salt and fluff a little while it air dries.
Rounded Layers on Curls
Perfect for those with corkscrew curls, rounded layers paired with spring natural curls create beautiful volume. Ask your stylist for fringe and round layers, to style, use your regular cream or foam while hair is still wet, and scrunch.
Schedule an appointment at Fox Den Salon today and step into spring with a fresh haircut, new look, and more confidence.
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