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Journey Back to the 70’s with These 5 Summer Hair Trends

From mullets and bangs to Farrah Fawcett curls, the 1970’s are making a major comeback! There’s something about the 70’s that just screams summer, which is why you’ll see these hairstyles trending all season long. Thinking of adding a groovy touch to your locks? Here are 5 70’s-inspired hairstyles to try this summer.

Curtain Bangs

Shaggy, effortless curtain bangs are one of this summer’s hottest hair trends.

Curtain bangs are parted down the middle to create a fanned, face-framing effect. They are incredibly easy to style and work on a range of hair lengths and textures: from messy waves and curly shags to sleek blowouts. This style also grows out faster than short bangs, so they’re less commitment.

Farrah Fawcett Curls

Now that you’re convinced about trying curtain bangs, we suggest that you compliment them with voluminous curls inspired by 70’s icon Farrah Fawcett. The key to achieving this look is a layered cut. From there, you can style and curl your hair as you desire. The long layers add plenty of body and bounce, making this style perfect for summer.

Modern Mullets

Thanks to celebrities like Miley Cirus and Rihanna, chic mullets are back in style this summer. Instead of the traditional cut where the hair is shorter in the front and long in the back, the modern mullet is less dramatic with shaggier sides, making it much more wearable. And remember, the shaggier the better!

Honey Blonde

This year, we saw dreamy pastels become incredibly popular. While we still love them, honey blondes are also going to be a favourite this summer. Perfect for those with warmer hues and skin tones, honey colours can vary to look more golden, buttery, or taupe. Honey blonde hair looks gorgeous as a solid colour or applied more subtly as balayage.

Crimped Hair

Crimped hair can transform your look with a chic, flirty twist. Crimped waves will give you beachy vibes with a polished finish, and work on any hair length or texture. They are achieved using a wide crimper or three-barrel waver. Simply set everything in place with a medium-hold glossy hairspray, and you’re done!

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