The internet is buzzing over Hannah Davis — the alluring cover girl on this year’s Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. And while many are talking about her ultra—ahem—low bikini, I’m more interested in her amazing beachy hair. Her sun-kissed locks and tousled waves are definitely inviting spring to get here early. Ready to shed your winter woes for a natural, summery shine like Hannah’s –– even in winter? Click through to style notes to learn how. –– Michelle Rotbart
To achieve great looking hair, it’s important to get a dusting every six weeks. This type of trim isn’t to take off length, it’s only to remove split ends. Ask your stylist for subtle long layers to frame your face and longer layers through the back.
Achieve Natural Shine
Even if you’re not on the beach year-round you can certainly still look like it. Ask your colorist to keep your sun-kissed tendrils year round by applying ultra fine golden highlights all over with some brighter bits round the hairline and darker highlights at the crown.
Ask For Some Warmth
Ask your colorist to add in warmer tones throughout your hair. This technique will help brighten your skin and even make you feel more upbeat.
Hair tends to be more dry in the colder months, add hydration by using whipped treatment once a week for softer, stronger and thicker hair. For additional shine and luster opt for shine luxe oil, it’ll fight frizz, control hair and add plenty of sparkle.
Special Thanks to Michelle Rotbart for this post. Michelle is a professional trend forecaster for the NYC-based fashion and retail forecaster, Doneger Group