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5 hot hairstyles for the winter season

5 hot hairstyles for the winter season

As a stylist, it’s important to stay current with the latest hair trends, especially when you’re working with clients who have a special occasion coming up.

These intermediate hairstyles are ones that every stylist should have in their toolkit, as they are versatile and can be worn for a variety of events.

Kendall Jenner-sleek-ponytail-style

Sleek and stylish ponytail

The ponytail style has been all the rage this year, with many celebrities like Kendall Jenner and Shay Mitchell rocking the look. To get this polished style, you’ll need a boar bristle brush, a spray bottle, and a gel of your choice (optional: hairspray).

So, what sets this ponytail apart from a basic slicked-back ponytail? It’s all in the middle part, which gives the illusion of slimmer, longer features, and the ponytail itself, which is a chic and trendy way to keep your hair out of your face.

This sleek ponytail will make you stand out at any event, letting your natural beauty shine through.

The bouncy blowout

The bouncy blowout is the ultimate choice for anyone looking to add volume to their hair. You can create this look using hair rollers, a blow dryer, or even a flat iron with the latest techniques.

Before you start, it’s helpful to remind your clients that layers can really enhance the appearance of full, bouncy hair, and curtain bangs can be a great finishing touch to make your hairstyle even more flattering.

The final result will be an effortless, light look that’s perfect for that fresh, voluminous style you see in shampoo commercials. If you want a bouncy, full-bodied look, this is the hairstyle for you.

Slick bun

The sleek bun, also known as the “clean girl hairstyle,” has been all the rage on platforms like TikTok and Instagram. Celebrities like Hailey Bieber and Bella Hadid have been inspiring people to try out this chic updo.

Like the slick ponytail, this style exudes sophistication, but it can also be dressed up with bold makeup. To keep the look sleek and frizz-free, use a gel or hair oil, and remember to leave the ends of your hair out of the bun for a more exaggerated and sharp look.

Behind the ears 

If you’re looking to add some excitement to your straight hair look, try the hair behind the ears style. This look is great for showcasing your facial features and can be a frizz-free alternative to the flat ironed look.

To achieve this style, it’s important to make sure the front sections of your hair are well-tamed before pulling them back. Start by blow drying and straightening them, then use gel for a firm hold.

For an extra touch of glam, you can try incorporating stylish bobby pins that peek out from the sides. This look has been spotted with pearl bobby pins, which can really elevate the style.

Half up/ down

The half-up, half-down look is a classic that has been popular since the 1970s, as seen on the iconic Samantha Micelli from Who’s the Boss.

While the original version of this style featured a lot of volume and body, the modern version tends to have a smooth and silky look. It’s important to make sure the face-framing sections that are left out of the top part are a good size, as they will be framing your face.

To create a sleek, elevated look, make sure to keep the whole style smooth. You can also add a clip under the hair tie to give the illusion of fuller hair. Check out the tutorial below for a step-by-step guide.

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