hair care products, dry hair productsHairstyles For the Summer Pretty, polished ponies; voluminous, bouncy curves, and edgy, rock-n-roll crops make up three of the summer's top fashion trends in hairstyles, according to a celebrated hair stylist. After working the catwalks, notable international ad campaigns like LVMH and Chanel, and exorbitantly famous celebrities like Pink, he continues, "Today's hairstyle cuts are always meant to be changed. Adapt them to your style, hair type, and age. That, I think is the right way to approach beauty." Up and Away "Many runways this season featuring simple looks", said the art director . "When the hairstyle doesn't block the face," he says, "it instantly creates a fresh, young, youthful, 'I slept well' effect. Whenever I want to put some some pizazz to a hairstyle, I lift it off the face" Currently, he loves youthful, groomed ponies and buns, and what makes them particularly modern, he says, is the foundational texture. "Dry the hair so that it's smooth and polished, but with plenty of body and bounce," he advises. "Velcro or heated rollers, or the K-PAK ReconstRx Vapor Iron will a smooth finish that's curved at the ends." Another trendy touch? Use a tail comb to create a deep side part before gathering up the hair. "Low parts off to the side are totally hot right now", he declares. Hair Tip: Tame flyaways with K-PAK Protect & Shine Serum or Smoothing Balm, followed by K-PAK Protective Hairspray. Rub the serum or balm into palms and run hands lightly over the surface of the hair. Pin-Up Girl 40's pin-up models struck the perfect balance between sex kitten allure and girl-next-door , and that's the overall effect of this hair trend, says the artist. Start with soft body, created with a classic roller set, then brush through with a firm brush to loosen the curls. Next, gently pull the top portion of the hair to the top of the head and secure loosely with plenty of volume on top. "This look should be interpreted casually," notes the hair stylist, "otherwise it can look a bit too retro." Tip: Prep hair for roller sets with a hair product that gives hair "grip" like Thermal Design Foam. "This product is one of my favorites" says the artist. "It contains a very good setting agent that gives you hold, but it also lets you manipulate the hair." If hair is fine and needs even more "bite," try Texture Spray. It's lightweight, so it won't cause fine strands to collapse, but it provides plenty of style support. "Feel free to layer it on," adds the artist, "if you need more style strength." Now that the serum is there, your hair will be so soft and manageable. Take a feel, I bet you will be suprised! For those of us that want to learn more about summer hair trends and summer hair fashions, I would suggest going to visit a hair salon training center. There are many in the USA, with some of the best in New York and Los Angeles.