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4 Must Try Hairstyles For Spring

Breathe new life into your locks, we breakdown our favourite Spring hair styles for you to easily re-create at home.

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We breakdown our favourite Spring hair styles for you to easily re-create at home.

Breathe new life into your locks and freshen up your style. From textured waves to a polished low ponytail, we take you through how to create these hair-styles at home in few easy steps.

Textured Waves

  1. Start by using a texturizing spray to add texture to your hair.
  2. Divide your hair into neat sections.
  3. Use a large barrel curling wand to create loose waves.
  4. Gently brush through your hair with a wide tooth comb for a relaxed beachy look
  5. Finish with a light hold hairspray to maintain the hairstyle throughout the day
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Half-Up Messy Bun

  1. Brush through your hair with a tangle teezer to get rid of any knots and tangles.
  2. Split your hair in half.
  3. Gather the top half and create a loose, messy bun at the crown of your head.
  4. Leave some face-framing strands at the front for a softer look.
  5. Secure the bun and add bobby pins to keep it in place.

Polished Low Pony

  1. Apply a shine spray or smoothing serum to tame any frizz.
  2. Gather your hair into a low ponytail at the nape of your neck and secure with a hair tie.
  3. Take a small section of hair from the ponytail and wrap it around the hair tie to conceal it.
  4. Finish with shine spray for a polished and sleek look

Messy Braid

  1. Sweep all your hair together and loosely braid it, leaving a few face-framing stands at the front.
  2. Pull on sections of the braid to create a boho style braid.
  3. Secure the end with a hair tie and gently tug on your braid for a relaxed feel.

Have your new spring hairstyles all tied up with these 4 easy hairstyles. There is no excuse for a bad hair-day!

Sarah Mckenna

Sarah McKenna is the founder of Vixen & Blush and The London Hair Lab. Sarah graduated as a research biochemist in 2005 and started a career within the pharmaceutical industry, before becoming a hair extensions expert. In 2010, Sarah gained insight into the hair extensions industry and could see that clients had a very poor value/quality proposition. At that time, poor-quality hair extensions were available, at prohibitively high prices. Sarah left her initial career and set out on a mission to improve the hair extensions industry in the UK, using her research and development skills.

Spending 3 years securing a high-quality and sustainable supply of human hair, Sarah then developed new products and fitting techniques to allow long-term refits of the same hair. In this way, Sarah was able to offer hair extensions services at a more affordable price to clients, while improving the quality of the service for her clients.

With Vixen & Blush starting in 2012 as a 1 chair salon in London, Sarah quickly grew the business to what it is today, a team of more than 20 hair professionals working together as London’s leading hair extensions specialists.