Tomorrow is Easter Sunday and although the Long Island forecast calls for some sun, we are in the midst of April where the showers of the month bring May flowers. The slideshow and information to follow detail a few easy hairstyles perfect for Easter and a rainy April, as well as the humid months to come that cause frizzy hair.
Easy and carefree define the current hair trends. Don’t fight the frizz; control it with simple hairstyles, beautiful accessories and of course, professional hair care products.
Easter bonnets are rarely seen anymore, but you can still traditionally accessorize the hair for church. Try a hair adornment for Easter Sunday like a glittering headband similar to the one worn by Lupita Nyong’o at the Oscars, a flower clip or even a bow. However, caution should be adhered to when wearing a bow. Sometimes big hair bows look too “Minnie Mouse.” Big bows do look best on the younger generation.
Braids and the topknot show no sign of slowing down as one of the hottest hair trends. They add style, hide the grays and fight frizz effortlessly. Add a hair accessory and you have a fashionable Easter hairstyle.
If up-dos and cute hair items aren’t your cup of tea, the pros from L'Oréal Professionnel recommend L’Oréal Professionnel Liss Unlimited, a complete line of “smoothing hair care regimen, which reinforces and protects the hair for up to four days, even in 80 percent humidity.” The key to frizz free hair is the product’s Pro-Keratin Complex.
Suzie Bond, L’Oréal Professionnel Artist, believes it is essential to create a barrier against environmental moisture and seal the hair cuticle to tame frizz. Bond suggests, “applying the Liss Unlimited Smoothing Double-Serum on wet hair, layered over Liss Unlimited Blow Dry Cream.” She also advises to use the anti-frizz hair care on dry hair before flat ironing or curling for a a smooth blow-dry that is shiny with a supple feel, perfect for high humidity.” Be sure to comb into the hair for even distribution.
The Long Island Hair Care Examiner would like to wish all of her readers a Happy Easter and Happy Passover.