National Hair Day is such an obscure holiday but arguably, a major one. Today is the day to show your hair you love it, and you know how to take care of it. Hair is a big part of our identity, our confidence and can make a statement about who we are. Whether you’ve recently switched to sulfate-free shampoos, made an official declaration to start wearing your hair down more or put away your heat styling tools, today is the day to remember the hair stylists that transform you into your favorite version of yourself. They help keep you up to date on next week’s trends and the proof is in the paparazzi.
One of the most iconic shows in American television, Friends, inspired the Rachel Cut in the 90s. You just had to look like Rachel Green and what better way to jump on the trend than with that natural hairstyle. For longer hair, beach waves were all the rave.
Hairspray, ombres and balayage dyes dominated red carpet looks on the heads of many celebrities. The early 2000s are definitely a thing of the past.
Although we left the 2010s behind a few months ago, everyone remembers those trends snapping on and off throughout the decade. We had California blondes, braids, knots, faux bobs and more. Can we also mention how cool it is that natural curl patterns are becoming more and more widely accepted? It’s a movement that gained a lot of traction in the last 10 years, not only on the red carpet but from many textured hair care brands. We hope the curl love spreads all the way through the 2020s.
Your hair has been through a lot over time. You’ve switched through different brands, a new way to part your hair, joined the casually elegant hair extensions wave and maybe thought about adding braids. Hair stylists have been with you throughout the years.
Don’t forget to book your next appointment with KLYP. Who better to give you advice on your next identity crisis, than the experts? With KLYP’s in-app messaging feature, you can talk to your stylist beforehand about exactly what you’re looking for. You can see a list of all the services that they provide and a gallery of their best work so you can match up with the perfect professional. Your profile already has your preferences for how you like your haircuts, and you can personalize your profile even further with a “For My KLYPIST” note. You can add anything there from your favorite brand of hair products to only silk scrunchies. All your KLYPISTS in the future will see this so you always have full control of your style, especially on National Hair Day.