Consider a fringe
“Fringes are still massive – women are growing out the fringe they had in winter to form a centre part curtain fringe that sits somewhere on the top of the cheekbones,” Garcia explains. Read our curtain fringe hair guide to see if the style suits you.
Go back to your roots
You heard it first from Kendall Jenner’s hairstylist – the ombre look is over. “Hair painting [aka balayage] is still huge, but gone are the days of mid-lengths and ends only,” Garcia confirms. “Hair is being painted with lighteners from the roots now, for a more seamless, natural effect – none of that obvious ombre demarcation.”
Pick up a brush
The one thing every hairdresser wishes more women would do to their hair? Brush it. “Healthy hair starts at the scalp,” maintains Garcia. “Think of the benefits you get from exfoliating your face – the same happens when you exfoliate the scalp by brushing.” She recommends brushing your hair every night before bed to promote hair growth and remove dead skin cells – try the Philips Ionic Styling Brush.
This article originally appeared on Marie Claire.