E Report / Apr 15th, 2019
Model in Envy wig Fiona; periwinkle flowers in background

Let’s talk Spring Style

The birds are singing. The flowers are blooming. The weather is getting warmer, and we’re beginning to get a glimpse of the fresh new hairstyle trends that are making their way across the country. They are sure to add to a bounce to your step and a smile in the morning. Play along with a little Spring Style Bingo and see which of the following big trends you can spot as you go about your Envy lifestyle.

Silver

Ohhhh how we love it! Women are showing off soft and flattering silver everywhere we look, and why wouldn’t they? It embodies a brilliant combination of practicality with a little bit of sultry sophistication. Silver, once a favorite in accessories and embellishments has migrated north and compliments nearly all skin tones. Give it a try to see how gracefully it allows your best features to shine.

Pony Up

It doesn’t get any simpler than a low-slung ponytail, and that’s reason enough to give it a try. Loosely scoop up your tresses into a nape-hugging braid or pony with a simple clasp or band, muss up the front a bit for some face-framing wisps, and call your style done. You’ll look and feel carefree as you go about your day.

Bobs Rule

They’re classic, they’re solid, and they’re here to stay. Inarguably the most universally flattering style, bobs are everywhere. It’s fun to check out the variations, from collarbone length to chin length, and everything in between. Keep it sleek and shiny this spring, but don’t be afraid to top it off with a fun hat or scarf for that uber-fashionable retro look.

Bangs Are Back

Shattered and tousled or soft and swooping, bangs never fail to bring out the eyes and add a youthful effect to women of any age. And here’s the bonus of wearing bangs with a wig: they offer a bit more forgiveness when you’re trying to get everything lined up in front and make it that much easier to hide your natural hairline. This makes them perfect for beginning wig wearers or women on the go.

Clips, Barrettes, and Accessories

The more the better. Why wear one when you can gather 6 and really get creative with it? Runway-ready tresses are full of groupings of pins, bobbies, and clips that adorn the hair as a statement all on its own. Pick a side to highlight, sweep back a few tresses and add the sparkle in triplicate for a fresh look that is sure to turn heads.

At Envy we enjoy keeping things on trend and easy to wear. To find the look that fits you and your lifestyle to a T, head to your nearest Envy retailer to check out our new Spring styles and give them a try. You’ll be happy you did!

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Words of Wigdom
The secret to a perfectly natural look is a slightly imperfect part, says Designer and CEO, Alan Eaton. “Gently reposition strands along the part line or snip a few wispy pieces using manicure scissors—AND some restraint—for a slightly messy part that looks all your own.”
“Throughout my 20-year career, women’s comfort has always been at the top of my mind,” says Designer and CEO, Alan Eaton, whose Stretch Cap Technology hugs the perimeter while eliminating pressure points for maximum comfort.”
For first-time wig wearers, “The trick is to stay close to the color of your eyebrows,” notes Designer and CEO, Alan Eaton. If not, “then consider dyeing your eyebrows to match your chosen wig color.”
“Few people know that wigs can be styled just like natural hair—and that most hairstylists are happy to give your wig a custom cut,” says Designer and CEO, Alan Eaton. “Trimming bangs and shaping to your exact specifications can help make your wig indecipherable from your own natural hair.”
“The “Grey Hair, Don’t Care” trend—which saw women embracing their grey—is stronger than ever. And not just with the over-50 crowd. “Silver is chic, edgy and looks great on almost anyone,” says Designer and CEO, Alan Eaton, who offers nearly every EnvyHair™ and synthetic style in 3 multi-dimensional grey shades.”

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