4-Hot-Hair-Trends-to-Try-in-2017-Strictly-Styles-San-Jose-CAA study showed that 44% of women changed their hair because they got bored of it, and 61% changed it simply because they wanted an update. With 2017 kicking off, a number of women are trying to reinvent their look to be on-trend and test out something new.

While many women find that going to a hair salon shop can be time consuming, others may not be able to wait until the next time that they see their hair stylist. Luckily, some of the top hair trends for 2017 are effortlessly chic and non committal. Regardless of the color or length you want to try next, you’ll be able to jazz up your look with one of these four simple, yet classic styles.

Long and sleek
Break out the flat iron, because pin straight, sleek, shiny hair is in this year. If you have a healthy head of hair, this trend works beautifully. If you have a shorter cut, or may have fried your hair throughout the years, a stylist may be able to give you an upgrade with a hair extensions and beauty treatment. Just be sure to always wear a hair protectant serum before straightening your hair.

High Ponytail
This up-do is both simple and sophisticated. Make sure that the hair is sleek against your scalp — no bumps — to make your face look healthy and lifted. Wrap the base of your pony with a decorative hair accessory or even another strand of your hair.

Flat Waves
This effortlessly stylish look isn’t beachy or wavy. It’s done by pushing the hair upwards and giving your hair a few clamps from your flat iron. This look works really well on people who are trying to grow out a short hair style. Normally, you may feel awkward growing out your short hair, but adding flat waves to give it some volume and texture can make a world of difference.

Ultra Long Weave of Extensions
Hair extensions and beauty go together like peas in a pod. Whether your summoning your inner Cher or imitating the likes of Rihanna, Jourdan Dunn, or Kim Kardashian, long hair extensions look beautiful on all hair types.

Are you looking for a change, either simple or complex? Strictly styles treats all hair types, lengths and colors. Come by with an idea or ask a stylist for their expert opinion.