3rd December 2016
Valentine’s Day – love is in the hair
- Author: Sofie Brenton
- Published: 30th January 2015
Sophie and the team of experienced stylists at The Salon are gearing up for a busy time in February to meet the demand for that special hairstyle for the most romantic night of the year. Read her blog about how to make your look really stunning for Valentine’s Day.
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, many of us are thinking of how to enhance our natural charms. The easiest and most striking way to improve our appearance is to pay particular attention to our hair- everyone knows how a great hairstyle can increase our confidence and pleasure.
For your romantic evening do you desire a stylish ‘updo’, or a big bouncy blow dry? Perhaps you would like to pleasantly surprise with a complete restyle and/or a colour change. For this seasons hottest, sexy and glamorous trends, you need to look no further than the red carpet at the recent Golden Globe awards.
Many, including Jennifer Aniston, favoured the timeless, classic chignon. Try adding a twist to this traditional bun by pre-plaiting your hair before gripping it into your nape, or go for cute braids like Joanne Froggatt.
The Hollywood glamour of Lauren Bacall is evoked with smooth tumbling waves, elegant, extremely on-trend with a nod to retro. Demonstrated beautifully by Kerry Washington this look can be achieved by curling your hair with straighteners, large barreled tongs, or heated rollers. Gently brush your curls into waves, and push into place with a little serum to add definition and shine.
All these fashionable styles can be enriched by colour. Glorious flame haired beauties Amy Adams, Julianne Moore and Ruth Wilson were all winners of the Golden Globe awards. Or consider harmonious grades of multi-tonal blondes, dramatically demonstrated on the unstructured bob favoured by Sienna Miller.
Whatever your style, the stylists at The Salon hope you fall in love with your new hairstyle, and wish you a fashionably romantic February!
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