New Hair For Spring
Special Report: New Hair For Spring
From short to long, blonde to brunette: when it comes to hair styles this spring, what makes the cut? "It's like Sex and the City is out and Desperate Housewives are in," said Boston stylist Alex Iacobacci.
Iacobacci says the young look is out. This season, it's all about looking and feeling more mature. "Its more of the 35 to 45 hair rather than the 15 year old to the 25 year old," Iacobacci said.
He recommends keeping your style simple yet sophisticated. Curly and wavy is in, messy is out. "Make sure its healthy looking."
Leon DeMagistris of Leon and Company in Belmont has his own take on whatís in this spring. "Have some hair around the eyes, you know, sexy. That's what is out there today. It's very sexy, very beautiful," DeMagistris said.
He says you need to keep your hair in motion. "Hair that is more carefree, much more free style, I like to call it, where hair moves like if you are walking in the wind."
Most importantly, Leon says your new do has got to go with your personality. "If you're timid, you do not want to go boom out there."
One thing both Leon and Alex agree on: "Throw out your flat iron and use your curling iron. That flat iron look, that's awful."
As far as colors this season, donít be one-dimensional. Add highlights and lowlights so that your hair has a light to dark look.