From bold cowgirl blondes to classic chin-length blunt bobs, these looks are all about making a statement and expressing your unique style. Here's a closer look at each trend and how you can achieve it with the help of FHI Heat tools.
Cowgirl blonde is a bold and edgy trend that involves bleaching your hair to a light blonde shade and adding darker roots for a natural, lived-in look. To achieve this trend, you will need to bleach your hair, which can be damaging. That's why it's essential to usea heat protectant and a leave-in treatment to keep your hair healthy and moisturized, even after bleaching. This treatment should contain proteins and amino acids that help repair and strengthen your hair while protecting it from heat damage.
To style your cowgirl blonde hair, use a professional-grade dryer (which is more gentle on bleached strands).This dryer has a powerful motor that dries your hair quickly without causing damage. Then, you canuse a styler to create soft waves or curls in your hair for a lived-in, natural look.
The money piece trend involves dyeing two front sections of hair a different color than the rest of your hair, creating a dramatic contrast. It's a trend that's all about framing your face and drawing attention to your features. To achieve this look, usea round styling brush. Its ceramic and tourmaline-infused barrel emits negative ions that help reduce frizz and static. Use it to accentuate your highlights and smooth out your hair.
Curtain Bangs 2.0
This summer, curtain bangs are getting an upgrade with a longer, softer look that features more layers and a less defined "curtain" effect. Curtain bangs are perfect for framing your face and adding dimension to your hair without committing to a full fringe. To achieve this trend, use a styler likeThe Curve with curved ceramic plates infused with tourmaline, which generate negative ions to reduce frizz and static. Use it to create soft waves or curls in your hair, including your new curtain bangs.
Chin-Length Blunt Bob
The chin-length blunt bob is a classic and timeless Y2K hairstyle that's making a fierce comeback this summer. It's sleek, polished, and chic, perfect for those who want a low-maintenance look that's still edgy and cool. When drying,use a round brush to blow-dry your hair, and then use ourPlatform Signature Series 1" Styling Iron to smooth out any kinks or waves.
Thick 70s Stretchy Headbands
Thick 70s stretchy headbands are making a comeback this summer, adding a touch of retro flair to any outfit. These headbands are all about making a statement and adding some personality to your look. Trust us, these will bethe lookof the summer.