Boho Waves Hair Trend at Pierre Alexandre Hair Salon in Manchester City Centre
Citing hippy rock & roll and Californian influences, the ‘Boho Waves’ hair trend allows us to channel our inner cool for the perfectly undone look – and nothing quite says the sunshine has arrived like this iconic style. From festival chick to free-spirited hippie, Pierre Alexandre Hair Salon in Manchester City Centre rounds up the hottest wavy looks to go for this season…
1970’s Effortless, Sexy Waves
The effortless sexuality of the 60s and 70s rock & roll serve to inspire this sensual look. Subtle volume at the crown and a lot of texture combined with undone waves (to give that hint of edginess!) are just enough for this look to appear sexy, flirty and cool.
Inspired by the long, carefree hair worn by women during the mid-Sixties hippie movement, the imperfect curl is one of the hottest looks this Spring/Summer. Transform curls into relaxed, unravelled waves by brushing them through after styling. This soft look pairs well with natural skin, brushed eyebrows and bare lips.
Boho Beach Babe
Evoke your inner oceanic goddess and celebrate all things sun and sea with some soft, deconstructed, flowing waves. For the ultimate beach babe look, take sections of your hair, varying in size and wrap around your GHD tongs holding for around 3-5 seconds. Once the entire hair has been done, you can keep them tight or for boho glamour run your fingers through them, so they blend with each other.
Soft, Messy Festival Waves
During the late 1960’s and early 1970’s, infamous festivals such as Woodstock and Glastonbury saw women let their hair flow naturally into tousled messy waves, paired with the occasional loose plait. a look that sees the modern-day woman wearing the kind of cool, bit messy and sexy waves oozing with a laid-back festival feel.
Book Your Spring Hair Appointment at Pierre Alexandre Salon in Manchester City Centre
We can recreate any of these dreamy looks at the salon – just give us a call on 0161 834 5837 or book your appointment online here.