A Roundup of Our Fave NYC Summer Street Style Looks

A round up of our fave summer street style looks!

If you’re looking for some serious summer hairstyle inspo then looking to what people are already sporting on the streets is a great option. So many women in New York City are rocking trends that are brand new or yet to even become mainstream. We love being able to walk outside and get highly inspired for our next style at any given moment. Check out these six summer street style looks we captured on one of our photoshoots in NYC! You won’t be disappointed:

1. Gelled Pixie Cut

summer street style gelled pixie cut
This pixie cut looks fab with some extra volume!

The pixie is a summertime classic, and we love how much volume you can achieve with some gel. Use a small amount of TRESemmé Extra Hold Hair Gel throughout your strands to add some volume and flair.

2. Low Pony

summer street style low pony
This look is so simple yet so chic.

The low pony is forever a must on our summer street style faves. We love how simple it is to create this look but how high fashion it can be. Go for a messy low pony by creating it with just your fingers, or give it a cleaner look but gathering your hair with a brush.

3. Neon Ombré

summer street style ombre neon
We are obsessed with this amazing hair color!

How fab is this neon ombré style? Neons are having a big moment this year so why not incorporate it into your hair color? Maintain that vibrant color by washing with a color safe duo like Suave Vivid Color Shampoo and Suave Color Conditioner.

4. Close Shave

summer street style close shave
Keep yourself cool and your hairstyle cooler this summer.

Go for the best option when it comes to keeping yourself cool: a close shave. This look is so easy to maintain and is definitely a head-turner. We love how bold it looks styled with a bright color, like bleach blonde.

5. Messy Bun

summer street style messy bun
You can never go wrong with a messy bun.

Messy buns are one of the most popular summer street style looks we see on in New York City. There are many ways to achieve this style, but we highly recommend adding some shorter layers to your cut so you can frame your face when you put it up.

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