It's Wedding Season! The latest hair trends this year Most women have spent their childhood dreaming about their wedding day. From their makeup and accessories to their dress and shoes, all the details were perfectly planned and thought out. The wedding day easily ranks as one of the happiest in a woman's life, and having everything go as planned makes all the daydreaming worth it. This includes the perfect hairdo that compliments your dress and your bridal makeup. With the pandemic stopping everything in its tracks, it has caused a shift in trends, bringing everything back to the basics. It's Spring, and that means it is officially wedding season 2021. Women are looking to be on trend with hairstyles for their big day. Along with what's trending, women should consider: The overall look and wedding theme The style of your headpiece What inspires you on Pinterest or Instagram Your jewelry (earrings and necklace) Will you need extensions to create your look Let's take a look at some trending wedding day hairstyles for 2021 -The low messy bun trend is on point for 2021. Having a messy bun means having strategic pieces of curled hair hanging out of your bun to frame your face for an elegant, romantic look. The bun can either be at the nape of your neck or to one side. The low messy bun is perfect for an off-the-shoulder dress and shows off gorgeous shoulders and jewelry. A soft, low-messy bun can be done with hair pulled back, a middle part, or a deep side part. Added flowers to accentuate the elegance of this look is something to think about. -Curtain bangs are the perfect hairstyle for heart-shaped faces or brides who are wearing dresses with lace at the top of their gowns. Curtain bangs are a soft, longer fringe bangs that splits in the middle and delicately falls to the sides, framing the bride's face. It is an easy style and makes a bride shine with an effortless glow. -Natural hairstyles for the women of color who want to display her cultural roots on her big day is trending big in 2021. These trends and styles for every bride include twists, updo's, cornrows, the afro, tuck and roll, etc. Making these styles even more trendy is that there are so many hair accessories that bring added glamour and style to these natural hairstyles. -A low, sleek ponytail is an accessory all by itself for the chic or modern bride. This look is created by pulling all the hair back into a ponytail holder. For shorter hair, use a holding hairspray and extensions to make this striking look. A low, sleek ponytail is the look of a confident bride who is ready to get this marriage started. -The high bun, also called a top bun gives a bride the perfect ballerina hair. This hairstyle is always trendy but is perfect for Spring weddings where there is always a chance for rain. Whether your high bun is sleek or full of wispy curls, it will stay in place and is impressive for almost all wedding day themes. Start planning your hairstyle this wedding season by keeping your overall wedding theme and the style of your headpiece and jewelry in mind as you look to Pinterest and Instagram for inspiration. Some of the trendiest for 2021 are the low messy bun, curtain bangs, all kinds of unique natural hairstyles, a low sleek ponytail, and an accessorized high bun. If you are in the New York area and would like a consultation, you can book it here.
Scalp Treatments, What is the difference? When it comes to proper hair care, a weekly deep cleansing routine is a very good habit. Dry shampoos, conditioners, hair serums and a multitude of styling products can cause a build up of residue at the hair root. A thoughtful hair care routine is the best way to maintain a healthy head of hair growth. If you invest in a few quality pre-shampoo cleanses throughout the month, the hair follicles at the base of your hair strands collect less residue over time and support stronger lengths. Just like the pores on your face, hair follicles at the root often collect whatever your daily cleanse and style leaves behind. Different from a regular shampoo, scalp treatments are often sold in the form of a scrub or mask. Like a facial exfoliant, a pre-shampoo scalp treatment will unclog the hair follicles so as to clear any oils or residue from hair products. When your scalp is clean, your hair should grow and look most healthy. Often, the hair is washed without regard to scrubbing the scalp. While most of your hair follicles support clean hair strands, the root of the hair at the scalp most likely holds microscopic debris. If you'll focus your attention on scrubbing your scalp with a pre-shampoo scalp exfoliant, your head will benefit from a deep clean to unclog those hair follicles. A deep cleaning scalp treatment will help stimulate blood flow and support optimum hair health. Milbon Scalp For scalps with itchiness, dandruff, dryness, oiliness or odor, we recommend Milbon Scalp. To help get down into the first layers of hair follicles on your head, you'll softly rub the product into your scalp in a circular motion. This line offers a Purifying Gel Shampoo, Hydrating Treatment and Soothing Scalp Moisturizer. The entire line of Milbon products focuses on the science behind a healthy scalp. The best thing about this collection is that it deposits healthy oils and essential moisturizing nutrients to your scalp after scrubbing your deepest roots clean. Kerastase Scrub Again, scalp treatments unclog the hair follicles, differentiating these products from a daily shampoo. Pre-shampoo cleanses in the Keretese hair scrub line of best-selling scrubs are scalp-specific. While they provide a large array of hair conditioning cleaning treatments, the products that have been created to get rid of excess sebum and dead skin cells are available in the list of hair scrub products. To help support hair health, we recommend trying out a set that is grouped together so that you can choose the right system for your oily or sensitive scalp. This line is unique in that it combines ingredients to treat dull, lifeless hair. Whichever product that you choose, remember that a deep cleaning scrub is best when practiced once a week. Regular shampoo has sulfates that create soap suds so as to deliver fragrance and condition the length of your hair. The biggest difference in a scrub is that it is slightly gritty and it treats the scalp. For a professional treatment, book an appointment at one of our salons.