Outside the windows snow begins to melt, giving way to spring. Let your hairstyle flow with a spirit of rejuvenation; bloom with the season, and bursts of colors that remind us simultaneously of the past, yet with a fresh look that hairstylist, Clayton Hawkins, forecasts.
In his magical crytal ball, he sees fashion inspiration from Cher, along with Sophia Loren, Twiggy, and Drew Barrymore in 1997, yet all in the future, set in the backdrop of the coming spring.
Flowers On Your Crown
Instead of shopping for expensive accessories, simply do away with the ritzy. Keep it cool and natural as the flowers of spring, literally. Consider getting a bouquet, and pick the colors that suit you. Use your creativity (as at Rodarte’s 2019 Spring show, left) and let it blend well with the shade of your skin, the hue of one’s hair, the redness of one’s lips. Again, think of Barrymore as she was in 1997, where less means more, but in personalized fashion.
Clayton Hawkins remarks at how the trend in hairstyle has shifted over the past months. From the more striking colors, his clients have graded to a more balmy impression; warm and soothing to the eyes. Think about Sophia Loren among auburn brunettes by the beach, and the sun’s rays playing on the tone of their skin. Hawkins explains how this lighter shade complements various tones better compared to icy or ashy hair tones.
Hair Like Cher
For spring, Clayton suggests to keep the hair flowing like and glossy. Cher-inspired, dark and wet-looking as if fresh out of the shower. Keep it shiny and maintain moisture with a leave-in conditioner. Keep it looking full and healthy. You may also want to have it slick with a ponytail.
Go For A Big Chop
If spring entices you to come out more, Clayton dares you to cut your hair shorter and show off your facial beauty. Gather your confidence and try something different, that is fresh and more fun; exude a personality that is not afraid to experiment with a versatile look. As for the hairstyle you might want to go for, Clayton advises to go for what best fits the shape of your face. Consider asking a stylist.