Hairstyles 2011 for Spring
This spring season’s hairstyle trends offers an array of looks that are quite simple to do. From deep side parts to a high bun, try a more riskier hairstyle and have fun updating your ‘do. Here are 6 spring 2011 hairstyles you’ll be pleased with.
Side Pinned Hair
Rodarte: Odile Gilbert who created this look, recommends using your fingers to create a super strong part on the left side of your head. This gives an imperfect look which is what you want. Secure a thick barette to the left side right above the ears and set the hold with hairspray.
Badgley Mischka: Hairstylist Peter Gray recommends making a small part on the left, saturate strands with a hydrating cream and use a small curling iron to twist around the barrel, spritz on hairspray, and pin curls vertically to the head. When closer to the crown of the head, use a bigger-barreled curling iron and make the sections larger. Let curls set for 30 to 45 minutes, thenuse a comb to pull the sections out, and apply hairspray for hold. Grab a barette to secure to the left side.
- France Luxe Mini Oval Cutout on Plastic Tige Boule Barrette- Folica.com, $14
- Moroccan Oil- Amazon.com, $10
- Chi Chi Infra Texture Dual Action Hairspray- 6pm.com, $15
Tip: Hairstylist for Cynthia Rowley, Bok-hee suggests making a low triangle ponytail and twist it tightly then pin it down to a huge bun. Apply large clips diagonally through the bun. Apply mousse and hairspray for hold and shine.
- Caravan Large Classic Rectangle Automatic Barrette In Tortoise Shell Full Square Size- Amazon.com, $10
- Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray- Sleekhair.com, $17.50
- Pantene Pro V Fine Hair Style Mousse- Drugstore.com, $3.99
Proenza Schouler: Hairstylist Paul Hanlon recommends spraying a wave spray from roots to ends to build texture and fullness. Use a diffuser and finger comb dry. Gather the front half of the hair loosely and put into a french twist. Grab hairspray for hold.
Carlos Miele: Stylist Rodney Cutler suggests wrapping the sections of the hair on a curling iron and using a brush to backcomb the curls gently. Then gather hair into a tight ponytail.
- Frederic Fekkai Coiff Oceanique Tousled Wave Spray- Bloomingdales.com, $23
- Certified Organic Hair Balm- IntelligentNutrients.com, $24
- Frederic Fekkai Sheer Hold Hairspray
Tip: Guido Palau for Marc Jacobs suggests using a thickening cream to prep hair before blow out. Then roll pins curls to place straight pins in a zig zag manner to set a frizzy pattern. Set hair with hairspray and remove pins.
- Redken Thickening Lotion-Drugstore.com, $16
- Redken Quick Dry Hairspray- Folica.com, $13.99
- Scunci Classic Hairpins- Walgreens.com, $1.29
Donna Karan: Eugene Soulieman recommends to blow out with a round brush and apply hair spritz to dry out hair and hold style. Next, create a deep side part, gather all the hair and fold in half using your hands. From the base of the fold, tie hair up with an elastic, roll up hair, and flip to the left side. Finish with hairspray.
Rag & Bone: Hairstylist Guido Palau suggests applying a leave-in conditioner on wet hair and add a few drops of shine serum. Then pin up to a haphazard updo. Pull a couple of pieces from the front to make it look more undone.
- Redken Extreme Anti-Snap Leave-in Treatment- Folica.com, $17.99
- Biolage by Matrix Finishing Spritz- Drugstore.com, $14.85
- Ouidad Shine Glaze Serum- Amazon.com, $20
Great choice for people with fine hair haircuts. Hairstylist Orlando Pita for Oscar de la Renta suggests pulling hair into a huge top bun at the center of the head. Give the bun extra volume and height by forming a donut with a sock, wrapping hair around it and then using hair pins to keep in place. Finish with hairspray.
- Paul Mitchell Hair Spray Super Clean Extra Spray- Walgreens.com, $15.99
- Scunci No-Slip Grip Hair Pins- Walgreens.com, $3.99
Want even more spring hair inspiration? Check out these spring haircuts to try including a few daring hairdos here!