Summer’s in full-swing, and if you’re ready to shake up your look for a season of sunshine, there are handful of trends making a splash this summer. When it’s time for an escape from the ordinary, Lisa’s Place Salon in Canton, New Jersey keeps on the cutting edge with summer hairstyles you will feel great about.

You’ll also feel great about helping your community thrive when you purchase a certificate to Lisa’s Place Salon with Xspero™! By using the app to pay for your salon services, 20% will automatically go to any nonprofit you choose in the app. You can help the homeless, save a helpless animal, support the arts, and give opportunities to local youth one haircut at a time—but it doesn’t end with trimming split ends. Your dollar goes further with everyday purchases made with Xspero™.

With that said, here are 5 summer hairstyles you can get at Lisa’s Place while giving back on with Xspero™!

Retro Styling

Big, bouncy blowouts, curtained bangs, and brushed-out volume are back for summer. The bombshell look is best for medium to long hair lengths and looks even better with a few sunkissed highlights, an ombré tone, or balayage color to add dimension to flat hair color.

Balayage

Balayage is the process of “painting” sections of hair to give a very natural, sunkissed look. Not to be confused with ombré, where hair typically starts darker at the root and fades to a lighter color at the tips, balayage is used more sparingly throughout the hair so it looks like you spent the weekend on the shores of St. Tropez and not in a chair at the salon.

Pastels

If you’re looking for a naturally unnatural color to spice up your summer, pastels are dominating the scene. From “millenial pink” to lavender, lilac, and smokey blue, these colors aren’t vibrant, but they certainly pop.  

Lobs

Lobs or “long bobs” are a no-fuss, effortless way to shed some inches (from your hair) and they always look great in beachy waves. Consider combining this style with balayage highlights or a pastel ombré for a style that pops with your personality.

Blunt Bob

And when you grow tired of your lob, take your hair a few inches shorter with a clean, blunt cut with a subtle a-line angle. This style is easy, manageable, and looks best when hair is all one length and not in layers.

Ready to cut to the chase and try a new summer hairstyle at Lisa’s Place Salon and give back on your purchase with Xspero? Download the Xspero™ app on the App Store and Google Play to start helping your community today!