10 Summer Season Haircuts to Keep You Cool
Rather than get your usual trim, why not go for something different this summer season? Check out these 10 cool cuts that will help you beat the heat.
Summer season is here, and the heat is on. Rather than getting your usual trim, why not get a fresh new style to cool you down? Here are 10 haircuts that will leave you feeling and looking cool as a cucumber this summer.
A is one look that will never go out of style. It's practical and mostly wash-and-wear – unless you prefer styling it stick-straight or adding casual waves. Tell your stylist to go easy on the layers (go for a semi-blunt chop) for a relaxed summertime look.
2. Wispy Pixie
Nothing is cooler than a . Like it sleek and sophisticated? Go for it. Prefer your pixie mussed and messy? Fair game. Add side-swept bangs to mix it up or wear it slicked back for an elegant affair. Either way, a layered pixie may be just what you need for the summer season.
3. Face-framing Textured Cut
This style is perfect for those who still want to be able to tie their hair when the heat hits. Ask your stylist to add shorter layers to , but remind them that you still want to be able to wear it in a ponytail when it’s hot outside.
4. Curly Layers
Summer season is the perfect time to rock your natural hair texture. For a playful look, with extra layers. If you don’t have natural curls and are open to something new, try setting your hair with two-strand twists or flexi rods.
To keep your locks bouncy and moisturized, use TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Shine Serum, which gives you five smoothing benefits – fights frizz, detangles knots, boosts shine, adds softness, and tames flyaways. It will make your hair look and feel healthy even in the drying summer heat.
A long bob, a.k.a. “lob,” is the hairstyle for those who want a new look but aren’t ready for a full chop. A bit longer than the shoulder-grazing bob, this haircut still falls in your long hair comfort zone – but is light and fresh for the summer.
6. Beachy Waves
Channel your inner surfer-babe with beachy waves. It’s a low-maintenance look that will surely get you into the spirit of summer (and maybe inspire you to get surfing lessons). Wear it long with or keep your short and bouncy.
A day at the beach can leave your hair dry and brittle. Restore your hair’s luster with TRESemmé Detox & Nourish Serum Conditioner, which uses green tea and an antioxidant serum to give you shiny, moisturized hair even after spending all day in the water.
7. Curtain Bangs
Getting is the easiest way to spruce up your look for the summer season. The best part about curtain bangs is there’s no when growing them out. To style, brush them upward while blow-drying or carefully sculpt them around your face with a flat iron.
Before using any hot tool on your hair, spray some heat protectant. Use a moisturizing shampoo like Dove Botanical Silicone Free Shampoo for Fresh Hair Clarify in the shower. It features 100% botanical oil and white tea blossom extract that moisturizes and softens the hair while bringing back volume and bounce.
8. Hourglass Cut
Volumized, voluptuous, and sizzling hot, the hourglass cut is the sexy summer style you need to beat the heat. for long layers to sculpt your hair and give it body. This look is perfect for those with thick hair that feels like a fluffy scarf in the summer. A snip here and there should do the trick!
9. Medium Shag
If you’re or color regrowth, this haircut is just for you. A medium shag works particularly well for fine hair because it gives the illusion of volume. It’s also an excellent way to cut off brittle ends without sacrificing length. Get this look by asking your stylist for a just below the shoulders.
Up for doing ? Try a badass ! If monotony is starting to wear you down, try experimenting with this bold style. It’s perfect for those already used to getting pixies or undercuts. But you can still rock it even if you’ve had long hair all your life. Go to a trusted stylist to get the support you need post-buzz. And if it doesn’t work out, don’t worry, it will grow back.
Still not sure what haircut to get for the summer season? Ask your hairstylist to help you choose a style that best suits your face shape, hair texture, and lifestyle.