Spring means a new school year. Many people want to try a new haircut as they move from high school to college or from school to the workforce! Many of you may be thinking, “I want to try a new haircut!
One of the candidates is the perm, which can create a soft and feminine atmosphere. Let’s think about perms that suit the early spring season.
Loose perms are more mainstream than tight perms? I want to give it a girlish look.
A perm that blends in well in early spring seems to be one that is applied loosely rather than tightly. Give your hair a perm that can be reproduced at home and still give it a feminine look. Inward perms are especially popular with the younger generation!
Even short-cut people can create a soft, spring-like atmosphere by applying a perm. For medium-haired people, we recommend a loose, fluffy style that is popular with both men and women. For long hair, it’s good to perm just the ends, since that’s all the volume you need!
Think about color and other combinations.
Many people will “do perms, but also color.” What kind of coloring goes well with perms in early spring?
We recommend relatively subdued colors such as brown. Natural browns that are not too bright and look good with any outfit are very popular!
The main reasons for this are that they can create a warm, spring-like air, are not too eccentric, so they can be easily matched with any clothes, and look good on any person without becoming too unnatural.
It also has a high affinity with perms, so if you are wondering, “What color should I choose?” If you are wondering “What color should I choose? There is also another major reason for this.
Spring is the time of year when many women will be moving into a new environment. At that time, what kind of hairstyles do they think their new environment will favor? This is not clear at the preliminary stage.
Therefore, if you have a perm that is too tight or color your hair too uniquely, you may be seen by others or even looked at with a blank eye.
However, this risk can be reduced with a perm that is not too severe or with a natural brown coloring that is similar to black hair.
Why not give natural brown hair and a loose perm a try?