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Spring Trends 2013

March 21, 2013
Although we don’t feel it quite yet, Spring is just around the corner! Let’s celebrate the shedding of winter coats and snow boots by treating ourselves to the newest Spring Trends for 2013. Bright pops of color, edgy haircuts, and loose romantic styles are all the rage this season. Whether you’re ready for a total transformation or prefer to incorporate a few select ideas, look no further. These trends will have you shaking off those winter blues and walking on sunshine.
Coppers and fiery reds are being seen all over the runways. Who says blondes have to have all the fun?
Ombre is here to stay! Just when we thought this
rend had seen it’s last day, the Ombre makes a big splash in a new way. This style is being worn in three different versions.
  • Traditional Ombre: dark at the scalp, light on the ends
  • Reverse Ombre: light  at the scalp, dark on the ends
  • Highlighted Ombre: this version is weaved in through the midshaft and ends, much like a foiled highlight, leaving some natural color to blend with the light.

light ombre



Pastels are huge hit this season. Lavender, sea foam teal and rose pinks are definitely the most talked about in the soft hue spectrum.  These colors are being worn in various ways.

  • All over color: scalp to ends
  • Dip Dyed: only the ends of the hair are colored, one shade of pastel or in a rainbow effect
  • Extensions: real hair that is fastened to a clip that can be put in or removed whenever you want. This is great because it’s not permanent and you can switch it up depending on your outfit, event, or mood. Because they are made out of real hair, they can be washed, curled or flat ironed to match your style. We carry these at Hybrid Salon for $10. If you would like the extension cut to blend in with your current style, the cost is $15 total.

Lavender color

pastel pops
rose ombre
Short hair is straight off the Red Carpet for 2013! Whether you like a softer style such as Anne Hathaway, Ginnifer Goodwin and Michelle Williams do or prefer to rock an edgier look like Pink, Miley Cyrus and Halle Berry, this trend shouts confidence and fierceness.   It requires little to none in the styling department, accentuates your pretty face and gives you the freedom to spend time doing things other than your hair. This style can be dressed up with a pompadour or quiff (think James Dean and Elvis Presley), bright scarves or delicate headbands.
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Bangs are a great way to switch up your look without changing your length or color. Not to be confused with the bangs your mom cut for you, these are sassy face framers and can be worn as a full on fringe or side swept depending on your hair type and face shape.
Are you loving your current color and cut but want to style your hair differently? 2013 is all about the loose, romantic feel.
  • Braids: fishtails, pulled apart braids and side swept braids are popping up in all of the celebrity and fashion magazines. This is a youthful, fresh approach when added to a “bed head” low bun or pony tail. 
  • Beachy Waves: this look is achieved with minimal product and can be done with a curling wand or diffuser.
  • Deep Side & Middle Parts: reminiscent of the 1960’s-1970’s, this style can be worn straight, wavy or curly, as well as up or down. Add a scarf for a vintage throwback.

side braid

braid and bun

waterfall braid



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When choosing a different look, remember to pick one that best represents your personal taste, works well with your everyday life and allows you to look and feel your best. The professional Stylists at Hybrid Salon are well trained in these trends and are looking forward to developing a cutting edge look for you this Spring!

~Ivana for Hybrid Salon

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