Summer time is always the best time to break out of your comfort zone and try something new, especially with hair. Whether it’s getting a new hair do or even changing your hair color, it is a great opportunity to do something different. If you don’t want to chop off your hair but wanna dye your hair for some fun, here are some trendy summer hair colors you can try out!

  1. Soft Blonde Balayage

 

2. Overgrown Rooted Hair

 

3. Two Toned Hair

 

4. Rose Gold Hair 

 

5. Lilac Hair

 

6. Watermelon Hair

 

 

7. Unicorn Hair 

 

8. Holographic Hair

 

 

9. Rainbow Hair

 

So many fun and trendy hair colors, what look will you decide!

 

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xoxo,

Hidden Crown

 

There comes a time in every girl’s life where she wants to change her look. So we ask the very simple question… long hair or short hair?

 

Long Hair.

Most love the options that come with long hair, the braids, the buns, ponytails and half up/half down styles. The possibilities are endless. But with all those possibilities comes a lot of responsibility. Brushing your hair at least six times a day, and don’t even get me started about what happens in warmer weather. The frizz is absolutely ridiculous. This can be hard if you’re an on-the-go person and never really like to go the extra mile to look amazing yet somehow still want to look like you had the patience to sit there and neatly sort out the jungle that may be your hair. Not today, Satan. Not today. It has been said that men prefer long hair… True?

 

Short Hair.

 Wake up to hair that simply just needs to be brushed through and parted however you chose to wear it that day. You get out of the shower and don’t have to deal with knotting hair. Just a simple glide through with a brush is really all that is needed. Straightening and curling have become easier tasks as well. With shorter hair there’s not a lot to manage and style. Lets not forget, some braids and buns are not an option but, let’s face it, short hair usually doesn’t get in the way.

Until next time…

Hidden Crown Hair

A great hairstyle can be the perfect finishing touch to the total prom package! Here are some of our favorites…

The Wavy Half-Up ‘Do –

  1. Start by curling your hair.
  2. Then grab small sections from the top of your hair on each side (as you would for a French braid).
  3. Twist each section at the back of your head to create the “half up” section.
  4. Work your way down and secure your twists with a hair elastic

The Quick Messy Bun –

  1. Gather the hair. Pull the hair into a ponytail in the back. Secure the ponytail at the nape of the neck with a hair band. …
  2. Begin the fishtail braid. Divide the hair into two even sections. …
  3. Finish the look. Secure the bottom of the braid with a hair band.

The Mermaid Curls –

  1. First, pull your hair into a loose ponytail, as high or as low as you’d like it. Don’t use a comb or worry about your strands being perfectly slicked back—the look is effortless.
  2. Separate the hair in your ponytail into two or three sections and tease.
  3. Separate your teased hair into two sections and wrap the hair in opposite directions, as you would when creating a topknot. But, instead of pinning your hair neatly in, secure your hair with a bobby pin about an inch from the bottom of your strands, leaving the ends to fray around your bun, creating a messy effect. If you feel like the body of your bun is too tight, gently pull it apart with your hands or the end of a comb. We also like to pull a few rogue pieces out around the face.

The Fishtail Braid –

  1. Gather the hair. Pull the hair into a ponytail in the back. Secure the ponytail at the nape of the neck with a hair band. …
  2. Begin the fishtail braid. Divide the hair into two even sections. …
  3. Finish the look. Secure the bottom of the braid with a hair band.

Some of these are easy, others are a little more difficult, but all of them are the perfect DIY prom hairstyles for the big day.

XOXO,

Hidden Crown Hair