With A-list celebrities such as Kendall Jenner and Zendaya adding red tones and tints to their hair, “going red” is shaping up to be one of the biggest hair crazes of 2022. And a big reason why this trend is booming right now is that so many different shades, hues, and intensities are possible, which makes it almost impossible to not find a shade that will suit you it ranges from a subtle strawberry blonde, to a bright cherry red, to a brown with warm undertones. If you’re inspired and are thinking about adding shades of red to your hair, or embracing and highlighting natural warm tones. Mirko Vergani, a colorist at Fabio Scalia Salons’ Soho location, sees red hair as “the ultimate luxury accessory.” He notes that clients with natural dark hair look great with dark shades of red — burgundy, dark burgundy, wine red, dark cherry, or reddish brown colors such as auburn. With all these options to choose from after deciding to hop on the trend, what’s the catch? Color Maintenance According to Giulia Farella, master colorist at the Brooklyn Heights location, the hardest color to maintain is, without a doubt, red or copper since these colors tend to fade very quickly. This is great for a client that wants a temporary change, but if you fall in love with being a redhead and are going copper, you may have to make more trips to the salon for touch-ups. For example, if a brunette client is used to coming into the salon every 4-5 weeks for a single process root touch-up, a client who has red or copper hair—in order to maintain a vibrant shade of red—needs to come every 2-3 weeks to do a tint refresher. This would be a gloss treatment that adds pigment and shine to the hair without any breakage or damage. Next Steps! Don’t let this stop you from living your redhead dream, though! We have the tools and tips to prevent your hair from fading too quickly. Products formulated for colored hair help slow down the fading process when washing your hair in the shower, such as Kerastase’s Bain Absolu Respect shampoo and Fondant Cica Chroma conditioner. These are both great additions to your hair cleansing routine, and will keep your hair color fresh and clean. Click Here to book your next visit!
Protecting the integrity of our client’s hair has always been at the core of our philosophy. Choosing the correct hair brush for your hair is imperative to maintaining your hair looking beautiful and feeling healthy. SoHo salon hair stylist Rene Villalta shares some hair brush magic. He demonstrates how to properly use a round brush to get a beautiful smooth finish without using a flat iron on model Samara. Click here to check out the video of Samara’s visit. What hair stylists recommend Rene shares, “round hair brushes help to tame frizz and deliver bounce and shine to your hair. I always recommend using natural boar bristle for the optimal blow dry results!” How about for fine hair? Brooklyn Heights hair stylist Antonio Juarez agrees, “natural boar bristle brush is a great option for all hair types." "For fine hair, I would stick with boar bristle as well, my only recommendation is to make sure that the bristle patterns are not too aligned and compacted too close to each other, a more scattered bristle is best for fine hair because it doesn't create too much tension or pull on the hair.” Also, when choosing the right brush remember that a wooden brush is always preferred not only is the quality of the brush better, but metal-based brushes can easily cause heat damage to already weaken hair. Nobody wants more breakage! One last tip Brooklyn Heights, lead stylist assistant Irina Barskaya shares an important tip when blow drying hair. “Work on your grip! A good blow dry starts with a good strong grip on the brush. Make sure you start close the root, and always work on your technique, make sure that the hair rolls into the brush as oppose to just pulling the hair down with the brush. It can be difficult to master at first but keep working on it and you’ll get that hang of it.” Now you know, if you want to protect the integrity and long-term health of your hair, a good hair brush is definitely well worth the investment! Check with your hairdresser in your next visit what he/she recommends for you. Click here to schedule your next visit
Own your individuality and what looks best, not what GenZ thinks Like all the young, trendsetting and outspoken generations before it, GenZ is quick to point out their opinions—to the world, and anyone who will listen—about what is in, and what is most definitely out (aka, “cheugy”). To that point, a main topic of TikTok beauty discussion earlier this year was centered around hair part location: Center vs. Side. As always, the TikTok community doesn’t disappoint in terms of a fun and engaging discourse, with users sharing their own videos rocking a center part and/or a side part. However, the overall takeaway and headline was: this generation’s POV is that “absolutely no one looks better with a side part.” Bold statement, as is the latest this month, which asserts that blonde hair is pathetically untrendy (see below). To clear the air, we asked Fabio about his opinion, as creative director, and he shared these crucial points to consider next time you attempt to change the way you style or color your hair. ‘Part’ing Ways with Trends According to Fabio, however you want to part your hair is the right way. The argument that parting your hair a certain way speaks to how old you are, or how out of touch you are with current trends, is close-minded and limiting. “The way you part your hair should be 100% driven by not age or trends, but by face shape, features, bone structure, hair type, and even lifestyle,” he says. Fabio Scalia hairdressers stand behind a brand philosophy centered around customizing services to fit a client’s unique features, lifestyle, and personality. “Hair should be easy, comfortable and chic,” says Fabio. “We want you to love living with your hair.” Fabio Scalia trains his team to identify each client’s unique features to create a look that is comfortable and accessible to the that client. Trends can effectively serve as guidelines for experimenting or opening your eyes to something you never considered prior, but they should never be benchmarks for taste or what looks good. “What works for one person doesn’t necessarily work for another,” Fabio continues. “Proportions plays a huge role when I am crafting a haircut or style for a client. I like to focus on what looks good, not on what is trending.” For Fabio, a true sense of beauty comes together via proportions, line, and order. According to Fabio, a side part softens facial features, it can also be used to create volume and highlight certain parts of the face. Side part allows for more versatility in styling and works best on a person with a longer face. “In my opinion, a part that is slightly off the center looks more fashionable and much more natural. If you want to try a center part, you can do a center part halfway to the crown, or all the way to the back of the crown, which creates a sleeker, flatter look. But regardless of where you decide to part your hair, what’s important is that the overall style looks good on your face and accentuates your unique facial features.” A final look: Check out this video, where Fabio demonstrates a versatile part—which is a great way to change your look without committing to a new cut. Do Brunettes Now Have More Fun? In a recent New York Post article, Gen Z crowds declared blonde hair untrendy. While color and trends go hand in hand to a certain degree, “color, like a haircut, also requires its own proportions and cardinal points of reference,” says Fabio. “When looking for a hair color that looks good on you, you must observe things like eye color, skin complexion, and even your lifestyle (for instance, are you in the pool often, how frequently do you wash your hair, or how often would color maintenance require you to visit the salon).” Trends often make people think irrationally: A very basic concept is that some people look better as blondes, some people look better with red hair, and others look better with dark hair. At the end, is not about looking toward trends but what looks good on the individual person (and what makes you feel good!). Looking Back As a real-world example of why not to blindly gravitate toward what’s trending versus what looks good on you, Fabio brought up the example of “skinny jeans.” “These jeans became popular and ubiquitous,” he says. “Everybody was wearing them. However skinny jeans don’t look good on everyone. They are very flattering on some people but certainly not everybody. Similarly, now that baggy styles are ‘in,’ they don’t look good on everyone either. Styles and trends are not a one size fits all.” Fabio’s final words of advice are to seek out the opinion of salon professionals and experts. Don’t just rely on the opinions of social media influencers, many of whom position themselves as experts simply because they have a voice. In short: Trends are meant to guide, modernize, tweak and put fun twists on classic styles. Next time you ponder on the idea of changing your hairstyle or color, take the time to look in the mirror and really think “will that really look good on me?”
Leveraging Hair Masks to Keep Hair Lustrous and Silky Amid NYC’s Fluctuating Weather Humidity in the Summer, dry, crisp air in the winter, and precipitation year round; NYC can be both multifaceted and unpredictable when it comes to weather, and our hair is likely to suffer the consequences. If you are noticing excessive dryness, frizziness, or brittle hair due to changes in the weather, you should consider using hair masks to rehydrate your locks. Renowned salon artist Fabio Scalia is all too familiar with how the weather in NYC can create problems for his clients hair. That is why Fabio solely uses high-end and aromatic products such as Kératase Paris at his upscale salons in SoHo and Brooklyn. Fabio is dedicated to his clients and prides himself on his ability to transform damaged hair into irresistibly soft and hydrated locks, so they leave the salon feeling rejuvenated and exceptionally confident. But what is a hair mask, and why else might you want to try using one? What is a Hair Mask? Hair masks are essentially a super conditioner that you let marinate in your hair anywhere from 5 minutes to overnight. The primary goal of these is to boost the condition of your hair, through alimentary nutrients so it can strengthen and shine while simultaneously feeling smooth to the touch. Generally, hair masks consist of a mixture of butters or oils (and water) that provide intense hydration, conditioning ingredients, hair strengtheners, and various ingredients that make hair silky soft. Each hair mask has its own instructions and application processes. Some require your hair to be wet, others suggest applying while your hair is dry. Where you apply also depends on which mask you use, as some deep conditioning treatments are scalp and root specific whereas others are focused on hydrating your ends. Always read labels and ingredients prior to application. Who Should Use One? While the best candidates for hair masks are those with dry, coarse, curly, over-processed, color-treated, or hair damaged from heat styling, there are countless other reasons you might want to use one of these. Environmental factors and just living daily life can contribute to hair damage. UV rays from the sun can cause dullness and breakage, as well as scalp dryness. Cooling or heating devices can be a culprit for damaged hair–including but not limited to air conditioners, hair dryers, straighteners, and curlers. And of course being submerged in water provides its own challenges for hair care; Chlorine from a pool can strip your hair of its natural protective oils, the ocean can be extremely drying, and water in general can suck moisture from your scalp, causing dryness from your roots. But it doesn’t stop there–there are a variety of other factors that contribute to dry, brittle hair and fragile hair. Using low quality products can make or break your hair (literally), drastic temperatures such as scalding hot water can be damaging as it leaves hair cuticles exposed to the elements and more susceptible to damage. Simple things such as brushing hair while it’s wet, wearing rough fabrics, or using hair tools like tight rubber bands can cause breakage and dryness. Matter of fact is, pretty much anyone can and should use a hair mask. Weather aside, just going about living our daily lives can be a burden on our hair. It is crucial to make small shifts in our daily habits so that we can limit the damage. One small shift would be to incorporate hair masks more often. Benefits of Using a Hair Mask Nourish and Moisturize Hair masks give your hair a new breath of life. You’ll notice a dramatic difference in the shine of your hair, leaving Fabio’s salon feeling and looking positively radiant. Moisturizing products will allow your hair to retain more moisture throughout the day, acting as a protectant against environmental extremities and other potentially damaging factors such as those listed above. Reduce Breakage and Overall Damage Hair masks are a tried and true way to strengthen your hair. The effects of a hair mask will be noticeable both in appearance and in durability. If you are blasting your hair dryer or using other heat products, you need a protectant like the Kératase Severely Dry Hair Set to keep from damaging your hair. Heal Your Scalp A hydrated scalp means less dandruff, itchiness, and overall dryness. Hair masks will reinvigorate your roots and encourage hair growth. Maintain Shine and Luxurious Glow Use a hair mask once and you will see how it can energize your hair, creating a shiny and decadent glow to liven up your locks. Eliminate Frizz Hair masks help combat frizz–especially in places like NYC–by creating a barrier that seals in essential hydration whilst keeping out moisture from the environment. Reduce Tangles Hair masks help soften your hair and make it much easier to comb through. Say goodbye to tangles! Frequency of Use Hair masks aren’t a one and done deal. It is important to integrate these into your weekly or biweekly haircare routine to ensure your locks stay moisturized and protected. If you have fine or lightly textured hair, you should implement hair masks once a week. If you have more natural texture, try utilizing hair masks twice a week. If you have severely damaged hair due to coloring, product damage, sun damage, etc., consider using hair masks more frequently, even up to three times a week. Fabio’s Premium Hair Mask Treatment Hair masks are a great supplemental treatment to provide extra shine and protection when you are coming in for a cut, style, or color. Of course, you can create DIY hair masks at home. However nothing compares to the treatment you will receive at Fabio’s luxury salon, where you can relax knowing your hair will be taken care of. As an upscale hair stylist, Fabio goes great lengths to ensure his clients leave the studio with jaw dropping hair. Are you ready to revive your hair? Fabio offers premium hair and scalp treatments and hair masks that are sure to turn your hair from oh damn to glam. Book an appointment with Fabio today to combat the harsh factors you are regularly
Is your hair turning gray? You can help with the transition in numerous subtle ways. It can be an exciting adventure to experiment with many procedures to see what is best suited to your personality and appearance. Just imagine the freedom that is derived from knowing that you may never have to dye your hair again to be attractive! There is a medley of choices that's all the rage which can easily blend in with your natural hair color. We asked our colorists for their best advice and this is what they suggested: “The changeover to gray hair color could be a tough challenge, especially if your hair is long. If a client has dark hair, adding lowlights would be a good option to consider for an easier transition. You would add your base color into the gray hair, so to break the line of demarcation between regrowth and colored hair. A client who is naturally light could stop doing a base color and just do highlights to transition. The process of becoming gray is individual and cannot be the same for all. Therefore, I highly recommend all clients to come in for a consultation. As hair turns gray when we get older, the texture also changes. Embracing not only your grays, but also the new texture, will require looking for a new hairstyle and changing your choice of products”. – Lucio Galano, Color Director, Soho Here are just a few of the most trendy ideas to get you started: Highlights is a process that gradually makes the transition easy so that the changes will not stand out like a “sore thumb.” Mixed Ash Gray Highlights add many hues, like deep brown lowlights, silver, and ash gray. Such a combination is stunning. Lowlights will gently help you ease into the transition. Gray Brown Layered Cut. See how effortlessly the hues blend in to smoothly make the transition and emerge with an attractive, dramatic combination. Gray Blonde Hair. Blending light golden blonde with ash gray hues is one of the most artful techniques that transforms your hair into a style worth admiring. Chunky Silver Highlights is as alluring as it sounds. You will turn heads with this extraordinary explosion of highlights and shadow roots. You may just want to keep your gray hair You can help with the transition by indulging in the many options available that will keep you looking amazing. Choose a slightly darker shade to blend in with your natural hair color. Embrace highlights. You may also simply decide to keep your beautiful gray hair! Is your hair turning gray? Our team of professional colorists and hair stylists at Fabio Scalia Salons in New York can blend in cool or warm hues to your hair to give you the most cherished and natural results. Why not book your appointment now at one of the addresses below to see how many choices are right at your fingertips for how you can help with the transition. SoHo 311 West Broadway New York, NY 10013 (646) 904-5692 Brooklyn Heights 148 Montague Street Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 305-4743
Hair breakage is always a major problem for many people and sometimes the aftermath of hair frizz and hair damage. If you are dealing with hair breakage, this article has you covered on what it is and how to prevent it. Therefore, keep reading to learn more about retaining your strands. What is hair breakage? When your hair strands break off from the middle instead of the root, there is a higher percentage that you are dealing with hair breakage. Even though we lose hair naturally daily, the difference is usually in the quality and quantity of hair loss. Typically, when your hair breaks, it is usually due to brittle or split ends of the hair, causing it to break off from the middle and misalign from the rest of the hair. Causes of hair breakage Several factors contribute to broken hair, and many of them are due to how we handle our hair. For example, hair styling and hair products. Here are other factors that contribute to hair breakage. Over/ unnecessary application of heat. Using harsh chemicals and hair products on your hair Sleeping on rough surfaces Tight hairstyles that pull tightly on the hair. How to prevent hair breakage Although hair breakage seems stressful to deal with, it is not impossible to reverse and prevent. In case you have treated your hair damage, here are a few tips concerning preventing your hair from breaking. Moisture is key Keeping your hair moisturized is the first step towards protecting your hair from breaking since well-moisturized hair is not brittle enough to break off. Keeping your hair moisturized does not mean pouring water all over your hair. You can keep your hair moisturized by washing and conditioning regularly, then incorporating ways to retain the moisture content of your hair. Sleeping with a silk bonnet is great and using moisturizing products is an excellent way to retain hair moisture. Use healthy hair products Today, there are healthy hair products like keratin-based products that help with hair volume and strengthening to maintain your hair’s natural strength. Also, you should incorporate the use of anti-breakage shampoos, leave-in conditioners, and lotions or creams for healthy growth. Trim your hair regularly You should not wait for your hair to break before trimming, it helps if you are proactive about it by trimming the ends first. Essentially, if you are mindful of your split ends, you should get a trim at least every 6 weeks to prevent the hair from breaking through the split ends. Avoid tight hairstyles If you are dealing with chronic hair breakage, chances are that your hair is pretty weak. Therefore, you should avoid hairstyles that pull tightly on your hair and instead opt for protective styles that are loose and lighter on your scalp. Visit your hairstylist regularly Your hairstylist is like the doctor to your hair. As a result, if you are unsure of any development with your hair, you should pay your hairstylist a visit and have it checked. Also, your stylist is likely to book you for a deep hair treatment session which will correct so many irregularities with your hair. Final thoughts It is normal to experience a little shedding and breaking with your hair from time to time. However, what you want to guard against is the type that leads to potential hair damage. Hopefully, this article helps out with guiding you towards preventing hair breakage.
We all notice those times when our hair appears to be uncooperative, and slightly difficult to manage. If you have straight hair, you may notice that some strands just seem to stray off from the rest of the hair. Additionally, if you have curly hair, some curls just don’t fit into the rest- that is frizzy hair. Essentially, hair frizz has been debated by a lot of people including hair care professionals. The argument about whether or not frizz is okay for various hair types depends on what is in vogue at the time. The reason is that there are a couple of reasons underlying hair frizz and some of those reasons are no fault of the bearer. Reasons like genetics, health, and damage, and weather conditions all affect hair frizz. However, regardless of what the reason behind the hair frizz may be, everyone just loves it when all of their hair just sits well. And this goes for whether or not your hair is straight or curly. In this blog post, we will be discussing the top five ways to prevent frizzy hair. Keep reading to find out more about frizzy hair and how you can manage yours. What is Frizzy Hair? Frizzy hair is a hair type that contains strands that appear not to align with the others. Essentially, the frizz is created by strands of hair that either stands up or curls separately and creates some irregular texture. As a result, some people naturally have frizzy hair while others do not. However, the best approach to managing frizzy hair is to identify the cause of the hair frizz. Below are a few causes of frizzy hair. Causes of Frizz Hair damage Hair breakage and split ends are the first liners when it comes to hair damage. Also, hair damage is one of the fundamental causes of hair frizz. Essentially, several factors can damage hair. Things like, using harsh chemicals, excessive heating agents, and rough brushing can all cause damage to the hair. Therefore, every hair requires mild handling and care with product selection to avoid hair breakage and split ends. Humid and dry weather conditions Quite many people have no idea that the weather condition per season significantly affects hair health and maintenance. As a result, the hair is more likely to frizz during humid and dry weather conditions. The reason is that heat is one of the primary causes of frizzy hair due to excessive opening up of the hair follicles and consequent boiling of the hair proteins. All of which causes moisture to go up the hair shaft and cause it to swell and split up leading to hair frizz. Top 5 ways to prevent frizzy hair Preventing frizzy hair is not as complicated as most people think. The reason is that knowledge of what can cause your hair to frizz can help you with better hair care and frizz management techniques. If you wonder how to prevent frizzy hair; here are our top five ways. Be particular and intentional about your choice of hair care products. Minimize exposing your hair to heat, especially excessive heat from styling Take care of your nutritional needs and always stay well hydrated Incorporate a good quality hair conditioner or mask in your hair care routine Invest in a good quality frizz protectant if you reside in a humid climate, like Kerastase. Even though frizz can seem like such a pain to deal with, it is not the worst of hair issues because it is pretty easy to manage. Always be gentle with your hair and watch it appreciate you in return. For a consultation on your hair or products, contact us today.
You assume you've seen most hair extensions. But there's one that is sure to suit your fantasy. Some hair extensions can be ordinary and drab, lacking splendor and appeal. Our hair extension specialists at Fabio Scalia Salons in SoHo and Brooklyn Heights, New York, work with Great Lengths Extensions to deliver the hair that will suit your fantasy and personality. You're expecting more than just length You're looking for more than just length--hair extensions are generally long anyway. But you're looking for something distinctive. You may simply want to boost the look of your already beautiful hair by blending in colorful strands for fullness and spotlight. Pre-Bonded hair extensions are all the rage and is one option you can consider. With the right care these can last up to six months. A consultation with your stylist is a must before adding your extensions. During consultation the stylist assesses the number of bundles and length needed and a quote is given to you. Shed-proof quality is an added distinction Great Lengths Extensions, the benchmark for hair extensions, are the leaders in the market. They provide 100% virgin Remy human hair extensions that's traceable, not chemically treated, and is shed-proof. Only superior hair from India is used. It is preserved, using an exclusive process during production. It's worth your time to be your best Service can take from about three hours to apply, depending on the number of bundles ordered and how full or long you would like your hair to be. Now your adventure has just begun! You're leaving Fabio Scalia Salon with a sense of accomplishment. Your Great Length extensions, the most admired in the market, suit your fantasy. Frequent brushing is the secret Now you're not on your own. Your stylist will guide you as to how to take care of your new look to keep it fresh and vibrant. With proper attention, like frequent brushing at least twice daily and being careful to brush away from sections of the bond or tape, you'll be happy with your hair. It's a great idea to use a paddle brush and brush your hair in sections, using gentle strokes. Remember your hair is weakest when wet, so special care should be taken to prevent breakage. Wait at least 48 hours after application before shampooing your hair. Washing your hair twice weekly is advisable. Do not apply heat to the bonded or taped areas when blow drying or styling your hair. All information and care will be given regarding the most efficient way to take care of your Great Lengths Extensions. Consult your professional stylists at the Fabio Scalia Salon you choose below, and book now to get the extensions that suit your fantasy! SoHo 311 West Broadway New York, NY 10013 (646) 904-5692 Brooklyn Heights 148 Montague Street Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 305-4743
Your choice is what matters to us between balayage and foil highlights. The ready staff at Fabio-Scalia SoHo and Brooklyn Heights Salons attentively listen during your consultation. They determine the look that you want to achieve so that it can be executed with beauty and precision. It is so important to come in for a color consultation with a professional colorist prior to any color service. The colorist is present to guide you and explain the best route for you to take. Foil Highlights You might be looking for a high lift, high contrast appearance. Foil highlights tend to be more symmetrical which allows for more balanced proportions, as compared to balayage which is more free-flowing. Considering these differences, foil highlights might be just what you've been passionate about. Multiple colors can be applied during the process, so the placement of foil highlights has to be accurate. Enormous skill and attention to detail is required to ensure exactness. Much depends on the color of your hair and what color effects you are trying to achieve. For example, if your hair is very dark and you want to go blonde, then foil highlights would be the way to go. JC Canto in our SoHo Salon specializes in blonde highlights achieved with foils. Balayage Balayage is hand painting of the hair, with a sweeping motion, so it is of a softer transition and there is no clean line of demarcation in the hair as compared to foil highlights. It's one steady flow of color throughout. All you have to do is choose the color that best appeals to you! (This is all established during the consultation.) According to Lucio Galiano in our Brooklyn location, "balayage is more of a sun-kissed look." It's natural, colorful, bright, attention-grabbing and lasts for several weeks! It's easy to imagine the reflections of your hair as you stroll the beach or through the park. Maintenance is minimal, requiring fewer touch ups than foil highlights. Whatever your choice between balayage and foils, the highly qualified professionals at either of our two locations look forward to extending you the pleasure of a satisfying hair experience. You can book your reservations today at either one of these Fabio Scalia Salon locations. SoHo 311 West Broadway New York, NY 10013 (646) 904-5692 Brooklyn Heights 148 Montague Street Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 305-4743
What Summer Hairstyle should I wear with Long Hair? Choosing a suitable and comfortable hairstyle for the summer can be a piece of work, especially with the summer heat. However, summer is also a season to play with, and try out a couple of flirty hairstyles for the season. The summer heat can sometimes make it difficult to style long hair. As a result, people want hairstyles that flatter their looks for the sunshine season while keeping the heat-associated discomfort resulting from long hair away from their necks and faces. The summer should not be a hindrance to rocking your long hair. Therefore this article will discuss a couple of trendy long hairstyles that are easy to wear. Read on to learn more about them? 5 Easy Long Hairstyles for the summer 1. Use Buns to hold long hair Buns always seem to be the perfect go-to for most women during summer. Especially if you lead a pretty busy life; perhaps you are a student or a working-class mother, buns are a great way to style your long hair and still look your best. You could style your hair in a messy bun, a high bun, or a braided bun. It is the perfect style for a summer evening to pair with your favorite red lipstick and earrings for a more flattering look. 2. Have your long hair in Ponytails Ponytails are excellent for getting any strands of hair away from your face. Especially if you are trying to keep your cool during those sweaty moments, it is the perfect long hairstyle for athletes and people engaged in activities requiring an intense range of motion. But if you are going for a slightly serious look without risking your style, ponytails can do the trick. 3. Make long hair into Pigtails If you are a mum and wondering about the perfect long hairstyle for your daughters, you might want to opt for the pigtails. They are easy to do at home, and if you are aiming for a more elaborate styling, you can add some hair fancies for children. Pigtails are also nice on adults for that childlike innocence on a regular day. 4. Milkmaid braids for long hair Milkmaid braids combine a certain homely yet easy going feel to make the wearer maintain some romantic innocence. They are your perfect go-to for that je ne sais quoi during an evening stroll or a casual hangout. And they are quite long-lasting, so you don’t have to style your hair every single day. 5. Style in Beach waves If you are not overly bothered about letting down your hair, then a beach wave is perfect as a long hairstyle, especially during the late evenings or sunset. Beach waves provide a certain degree of fullness to your facial frame and add a little bit of volume to your hair. There are a ton more long hairstyles fitting for the summer, feel free to explore with your hair or a friends. You can always get creative with your hair or consult your favorite hairstylist if you seem unsure of what to do.