2010 saw a continuation of past trends in hair styles, but the main key is diversity. With more and more women looking to make their hair uniquely their own, 2010 was all about diversity and the sight of many different hair cuts. This means that you have many options to choose from, so you have to make sure to pick a style that you both like and that compliments your appearance.
Long hair tends to be layered and slightly teased and tousled. It's important though the hair remain soft and healthy instead of teased and overexposed. However, your hair should still look as though you put effort into it; no bed head! Make sure to have long hair regularly trimmed in order to keep on top of damaging split ends.
Short hair has a ton of diversity this year. It can be done as a pixie cut or a bob cut, half shaven in half-Mohawks or patterns or cut in a fringe to be sweeping and sexy. The point though is to have a hair cut that looks tidy and practical or unique and sexy. Short cuts are extremely diverse this year and are encouraged to stay that way.
Eighties style is starting to come back; more hairspray, higher and fuller hair and lots of curls. The difference though is the continued emphasis on the health of the hair; in the 1980s, hair was teased and styled beyond its endurance; now, hair is still being teased, but by using gentler sprays and more organic shampoos and conditioners. This way, your hair can be any style you want while still remaining soft and healthy.
The most important trend for this year is health. Hair health is still very important with more women realizing that soft is more important than been constrained and forced into different styles. Soft healthy hair, no matter what style you choose will always be a good way to go and that is why you want a beauty salon which will respect your head hair and give it the best treatment possible.