Boho Waves for Spring/Summer 2016

Bohemian Waves Hair Trend at Hair Ministry Salon in Ipswich

Citing hippy rock & roll and Californian influences, the ‘Boho Waves’ hair trend allows us to channel our inner cool for the perfectly undone, messy look – nothing quite says Spring has arrived like this iconic style.

Hair Ministry Hair Salon in Ipswich round up the hottest looks to go for this season. Soft and feminine, these waves have bohemian written all over them. Long, barely-there, loose boho waves is in this spring. This effortless hairstyle is free spirited and bohemian-inspired, here’s what to expect this spring:

1970’s Effortless, Sexy Waves

boho-4The effortless sexuality of the 60’s and 70’s 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 messy, sexy, incredibly glamorous look) are just enough for this look to appear sexy, flirty and sophisticated.




Hippy-Chic Curls

boho-6Inspired 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. Transform curls into relaxed, unravelled waves by brushing them through after styling. Add some pretty flowers to your soft waves and be a hippy diva this spring.




Boho Beachy Waves

boho-1From oceanic goddess to free spirited hippie, get that sexy beach hair look in minutes (minus a trip to the beach) by taking sections of your hair, and wrapping around your GHD tongs and holding for around 3-5 seconds. Once you have curled all of your hair, run your fingers through your curls for boho glamour, your wavy hair style will make you look like a natural beach goddess whilst you’re working on your tan.




Soft, Messy Festival Waves

boho-2There are so many ways you can wear your hair at a festival. Whether it’s long, short, curly or straight, you just need to get creative (especially when you’re without hot water and electricity). 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, the perfect festival hairstyle. This style is still adorned by celebrities such as Sienna Miller, Kate Moss and other festival goers around the globe.


Boho Braids & Plaits

boho-11Boho braids and pretty fishtail plaits are all on the festival hair agenda this year, ideal for that in-between washes dilemma. Plaits and braids are easy to create and can be done without the luxury of a mirror, and are one of the hottest looks for festivals. For an on trend festival style make sure you wear your plait a little messy.

Braids have had somewhat of a revolution in the past couple of years, with a quick search on Pinterest bringing up dozens of tutorials. From Fishtail to Waterfall to Crown, there are plenty of new and exciting braiding methods to try out.




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