The New Year is here and many of us are wondering what can be done to luscious locks to keep up with the latest trends.
Captivating colors will be seen throughout the entire year. Two big hair trends this coming year are the return of ombre colored tresses, and the other with that of a slight twist on last year’s favorite. The ombre look is now being reversed. Hair that features blonde roots and dark ends is the newest look in the world of ombre, as well as lighter to medium brown shades that flow into deep, rich, darker ends. If a multi-color look is not your forte, try a deep dark black tone or beautiful blonde hues for your new trend setting style.
When it comes to hair styles, au natural is defiantly “in” for the new year. For long tresses, braids are making a major come back, especially loose braids, swept from across the crown of your head. The librarian bun and pinned hair twist were once thought of as a “bad hair day” quick fix, but in 2013 they are all the rage for your everyday causal and professional looks. If you don’t have the time to braid, pin, or twist your hair, try combing a deep sided part and wearing your hair super slicked and straight or with soft, beach bouncy waves. Short hair will defiantly have their place as well with cropped or defined angled bobs and super short pixie cuts.
No matter what cut, color, or style you decide, it is important to maintain the health of your hair by choosing an organic shampoo and conditioner. Conventional shampoo and conditioners are loaded with synthetic chemicals, most of which contain numerous ingredients with health concerns. True organic shampoo and conditioner products offer a wealth of benefits for your hair and scalp that will be immediately noticeable. Organic products gently infuse your hair follicles and skin cells with natural minerals, herbal extracts, and oils. EcoColors Lavender shampoo and conditioner are also soothing for scalp irritations. Added aloe vera is also excellent to soothe irritated and dry skin. When you use organic shampoos and conditioners, you’re also helping your environment by filtering bio-degradable substances down the drain instead of risking contamination of our water and ecosystems with harsh chemicals and pollutants that are found in most conventional products.
By: Stacey Wallace