35 Summer Hairstyles To Be Prepared For The Heat

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As the sun rises higher in the sky, it’s time to get your hair ready for the summer heat. This season calls for a fresh and fun look, and who better to guide you than Linda Miller, a seasoned hairstylist with years of experience? Linda’s insights will help you choose the perfect summer style, regardless of your hair type or texture.

Understanding Your Hair Type

“Embracing your natural hair texture is key,” Linda advises. “You can still have a trendy look without compromising your hair’s health.” For those with curly hair, Linda recommends a chin-length cut. This style allows your natural texture to shine, and if you have a little wave, it will pop. If your hair is on the thicker side, ask your stylist for layers to remove bulk and reduce volume.

Embracing Your Face Shape

If you have straight hair, a long bob with a few layers can add volume and movement. “A long bob is versatile and works well with most face shapes,” Linda explains. However, she notes that those with straight hair may want to avoid a blunt cut, as it can make fine hair appear flat.

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Linda Miller


Linda Miller is a seasoned expert in the hair industry with over 12 years of experience, currently serving as the Founding Editor-in-Chief of our website. Her journey in the field began after graduating from the University of Houston, with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies. Linda's extensive knowledge and expertise have been instrumental in shaping the editorial direction of our site. Her work and insights have been recognized and featured in various prominent platforms. Beyond her editorial responsibilities, Linda is passionate about sharing her knowledge and engaging with our readers. Connect with Linda on LinkedIn for the latest trends and advice in hair care. For any inquiries or hair-related questions, reach out to her at [email protected].