The latest hair trends we love in San Francisco

Remember how we mentioned the 90's coming back? I thought it couldn't be true...

I was totally wrong. It certainly is no longer a question but in fact a true statement. This morning I passed a girl wearing a plastic tattoo choker! Remember those?! I used to buy those things at the dollar store when I was small. It's amazing what I see in the Street Fashion World...especially with hair.

This hairstyle, I secretly love though. It seems so silly that something so easy can look a little grungy but still, so stylish.

I'm talking about the half-up topknot!

This is the best and easiest way to leave your house with messy, unkempt hair that takes little-to-no time styling. Now, whether or not you can pull it off without putting some thought in to your makeup and outfit a different story.

Twisted and pulled back at the crown, you can wear it sleek or add a little texture. I personally like it best with a little knot and some frayed out ends. Use Bumble and bumble's City Swept spray mixed with a little Dry Spun.

Here is a photo of a pulled back half-up top knot:

And here are preview photos from last months photoshoot with hair by Seana Tuohy and photography Tiffany Ward:

Follow back with more photos from the shoot and let us know if you're loving this efortless style.

xoxo Tiffany
Edo Salon

The dream of the 90's are alive in San Francisco

This weekend was spent in Dolores Park because the weather was warm and I was in need of a sunny Sunday picnic. I know what you're thinking....Dolores Park on a Sunday, are you crazy?! Maybe, but the people watching was unbeatable and I got confirmation that the 90's are indeed coming back.

I don't mean the obvious 'grunge' look with flannels and jean shorts but more that late 90's thick, messy texture in girls hair full of faded dip dye color and side-flipped bangs. Crop tops, headbands as far as the eye can see and short bobs for those who are in touch with their 'alternative side'. (Think Jane from Daria)

I can't tell if I love it though. Hair WAS a little freer and fun 15 years ago and a little less polished. Less time making perfect curling iron waves and more time crimping and twisting little ponytails.

Please though, no fake dreads and scrunchies.

What do you think? Are you loving the 90's trends coming back?

xoxo Edo