Summer is FINALLY here! And we couldn't be happier.

But, do you ever notice that once the weather changes, it becomes drastically clear that our hair needs a bit of an update, too?

Hessions Hairdressing stylists love sharing their top tips and tricks for the changing trends, and here they have outlined four great new hairstyles that are going to be GORGEOUS for summer.

We already have our new gruaige planned out:


"This flattering blend of blonde and brown tones has grown in popularity in the last year and is going nowhere! With celebrities like the ever stylish Olsen twins, Eva Longoria and Chrissy Teigen still sporting the look, bronde is set to be a big trend again this summer.

"As a hair colour, Bronde is perfect for clients looking for something soft, natural and not too high maintenance. It is also perfect for all skin tones and a great choice for someone looking to change their hair colour for the first time."



"Stemming from the Bronde trend we have this stunning mix of red, copper and bronze tones. Perfect for red heads or brunettes looking to mix things up a bit, we love this super warm and rich hair colour.

"Think Julianne Moore and Emma Stone (pre MET gala). Ronse is guaranteed to liven up your hair style with stunning shine and make your eye colour pop!"


Baby Lights

"Babylights are perfect for anyone wanting to dip their toe into the world of hair colour without diving in head (or hair) first for an introduction to colour.

"Baby lights involves applying very fine strands of colour throughout the hair helping the hair to look multidimensional and boosting hair with colour in a natural way. Fans of this look include Rosie Huntington Whitely and Miranda Kerr."


Dip Dye

"Dip dye is still a big trend with the celebs such as Demi Lovato, Hilary Duff and Kylie Jenner.

"Blonde dip dye in brunette locks was huge last year but for 2016 it’s now done using more pastel colours & is perfect for the festival season ahead. Dip Dye is a cool and funky way to change up your hair with less of a colour commitment."