New Year, New Hair
There’s no better way to welcome the new year than with a new do. Looking for some hair style inspo for your next protective style or your natural hair? Well you’ve come to the right place!
As far as classy looks go, the bob is certainly up there. This fashion forward cut continues to trend and we anticipate it will continue into the new year. Achieve Chanel Iman’s look using two 12” straight bundles and a straight closure and trim to your desired length. Add some subtle waves using a curling wand to liven it up a bit.
Pixie cuts are the cutest of styles, giving you a sassy modern look like Jennifer Hudson. For this low maintenance style you can straighten it smooth to frame your face, or roughen it up a little for the messy look. Adding layers and curls provides more high glamour.
This cut is razor sharp delivering some serious edge to the new year. This cut made its way into our lives early 2016 and is predicted to continue into the new year. This little to no fuss chop is all about the thickness of your ends. Get the look with our 12” straight closure and three 14” straight bundles and have your stylist hook you up.
THE LUPITA SIDE CUT
Don’t leave your black girl magic in 2016, take it with you into the new year with a stunning side part cut courtesy of the gorgeous inspiration, Lupita Nyong’o. If you have longer hair, or don’t relish the idea of simply side-part your hair, you can always just lay down your edges with some Eco Styler Gel.
Nicole Ari Parker got this right with the tight curls. Rocking your natural afro has never felt so good! Achieve this look as a wash ‘n’ go or twist/braid out. For curl definition and structure be sure to add curl enhancing products and little eco styler gel, or ORS HAIRepair polish for that natural shine.
A true timeless style, the afro is a classic statement of self love. Give your afro a little love this new year, a simple trim to even out your ends can freshen up your overall look. Like Jill Scott, let your ‘fro out in all its kinky curly-ness, no matter how big, or small it may be, we challenge you this new year to be black, bold, and beautiful!