Savvy Spring Style Editorial

Hello again, savvy fashionistas!

Spring is in the air, and clocks are not the only thing that are in needed of changing. It’s that time of year again to give your hair a fresh new look, and we at Studio Savvy have some tips and tricks to help you spring your fashions forward!

We’re not sure if you’ve noticed, but fringy clothing is all the buzz this spring season. Fringe is not limited to clothing however, fringy hair is making a comeback. We are loving the updated look on the old school shag haircut!

When it comes to color, babylights aren’t going anywhere. The bleach babe hair trend is here to stay, so make sure to talk to your stylist about brightening and lightening at your next visit.

If you’re looking to spice up your every day style, the high pony is back. Make sure to wrap a chunk of hair around the base to hide the band.  If you want some extra umph, add a few micro braids to your pony for an added pop!

Can’t get enough spring hair fashion sneak peeks and tips?  Check out our latest editorial in FINE Magazine!

A Day In The Park With San Diego’s Local Styling Team

San Diego may only have one perpetually blissful season but summer is in the air when it comes to fashion and these chic looks will have people buzzing!

Under the creative directive of Deena Von Yokes, owner of Studio Savvy Salon in Rancho Santa Fe, some of San Diego’s top fashion talent joined forces to showcase these fresh, classy styles.

Local artists are stepping up their game to compete on a global fashion stage. This fashion powerhouse of local talent included Susie Talman of Susie Talman Photography; Model Taylor Morway; Dress designer, Kenneth Barlis; MUA, Eileen Halagowski; and assistant, Victoria Sexsmith.

And the beat goes on for this dynamic team of artists. Their next fashion adventure is a collaborative project with global icon, Zandra Rhodes, showcasing a bold, pop art theme. Look for this and other happenings on Deena Von Yokes’ blog at www.StudioSavvySalon.com.

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