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Celebrate Independence Day with Festive Hairstyles and Colors at Studio Be Salon!

As we gear up to celebrate the Fourth of July, it’s the perfect time to show off your patriotic spirit with festive hairstyles and colors. Whether you’re attending a BBQ, watching fireworks, or just enjoying the holiday with family and friends, your hair can be a fun way to express your love for the red, white, and blue. At Studio Be Salon, we’re here to help you shine with these fabulous ideas for Fourth of July hair!

Patriotic Hair Colors

1. Bold Red Highlights: Red highlights are a striking way to add a pop of patriotic color to your hair. Whether you opt for subtle streaks or bold chunks, red highlights can be tailored to suit any hair type and color.

2. Cool Blue Ombre: A blue ombre look can be a show-stopper. Starting with darker roots and gradually fading into a vibrant blue at the tips, this style is perfect for making a statement at any Independence Day celebration.

3. White Blonde Locks: Embrace the “white” in red, white, and blue with a stunning platinum blonde look. This color not only looks fresh and clean but also serves as the perfect base for adding temporary red and blue accents for the holiday.

Festive Hairstyles

1. Braided Beauty: Incorporate small braids into your hairstyle for a chic and festive look. Try a Dutch braid crown or a simple braided headband, and weave in red, white, and blue ribbons for an extra touch of patriotism.

2. Sparkling Accessories: Hair accessories can transform any hairstyle into a festive masterpiece. Consider adding star-shaped clips, glittery hairpins, or even a patriotic headband to your look.

3. Wavy Wonder: Beachy waves are always in style, especially for summer celebrations. Use a sea salt spray to create loose, effortless waves and add a touch of sparkle with a glittery hair spray for a festive finish.

4. High Ponytail with Flair: A high ponytail is both stylish and practical for hot summer days. Elevate this look by wrapping a red, white, and blue scarf around the base of your ponytail for a chic and patriotic twist.

5. Space Buns: Space buns are a fun and playful hairstyle perfect for the Fourth of July. Add a patriotic touch by incorporating red, white, and blue hair ties or ribbons. You can even sprinkle a bit of glitter on the buns for extra sparkle.

6. Starry Half-Updo: Create a whimsical half-up, half-down hairstyle and decorate it with star-shaped clips or pins. This look is perfect for those who want a subtle yet festive style.

Temporary Hair Color for the Bold

If you’re not ready to commit to a permanent color change, temporary hair color sprays are a fantastic option. These products allow you to experiment with vibrant colors that wash out easily, giving you the freedom to enjoy the holiday without any long-term commitment.

For a longer-lasting but still temporary option, consider our semi-permanent color products at Studio Be Salon. Our semi-permanent colors provide vibrant, fun hues that typically wash out after 4-6 washes, giving you the chance to enjoy a new look for the holiday without a permanent change. These colors are perfect for adding a touch of red, white, and blue to your hair while still being able to return to your natural shade later.

Stay Safe This Fourth of July

While we love celebrating with style, it’s important to stay safe this holiday. Remember to protect your hair and skin from the sun by wearing a hat and using sunscreen, and be cautious around fireworks.

At Studio Be Salon, we wish you a fun, festive, and safe Fourth of July. Whether you’re looking to add a touch of color or need help styling your hair for the holiday, our expert stylists are here to help. Book your reservation today and let us help you shine this Independence Day!

Check out this list from NOCO Style Magazine for all the activities for 4th of July.

Fort Collins – Independence Day Community Celebration

Stars & Stripes Golf Tournament

7:30 a.m. at City Park Nine Golf Course
Sign up for the tournament at fcgov.com/stars-and-stripes-tournament or by calling 970.221.6650.

FireKracker 5K

7:30 a.m. at City Park
Sign up for the 4th of July 5K at runsignup.com/Race/CO/FortCollins/FireKracker.

4th of July Food Truck Rally

7:30 a.m.-9:30 p.m. at City Park

Independence Day Parade

10 a.m. heading west on Mountain Avenue between Howes Street and Jackson Avenue

Family Fun Zone (with family-friendly games and giveaways)

11:30 a.m.-4 p.m. at City Park

Free Trolley Rides

12-5 p.m. from City Park to Old Town (see the schedule at fortcollinstrolley.org/schedule-and-tickets)

Live Music

3:30-8:30 p.m. at City Park
The Swashbuckling Doctors (3:30-4:30 p.m.), 2MX2 (5-6:30 p.m.), Cary Morin & Ghost Dog (7-8:30 p.m.)

Fireworks (free shuttle service from Transfort will be available)

9:35 p.m. over Sheldon Lake at City Park

Get emergency text alerts during the Fort Collins Independence Day Community Celebration by texting FoCo4th to 888-777. Click here to view 4th of July road closures in Fort Collins.

 

Loveland – July 4th Festival at North Lake Park

Vendors and Food Trucks

4-9 p.m.
Lions Club BBQ (11 a.m.-5 p.m.)

Kids Zone

4 p.m.-dark
Live DJ (under the picnic shelter), yard games, face painter, Buckhorn Train (12-8 p.m.)

Children’s Bike Parade (around North Lake Park)

Kids 5 and under: 3:30 p.m. check-in, 4 p.m. start; 0.3 mile route; push bikes, wagons, strollers, and scooters must be in the 4 p.m. parade.
Kids 6-10: 4:30 p.m. check-in, 5 p.m. start; 0.6 mile route; no cost, pre-registration encouraged; prizes for most festive bike, best costume and crowd favorite

Loveland Concert Band Performance

8:00-9:15 p.m. at Hammond Amphitheater

Fireworks

9:17 p.m. over Lake Loveland

For Loveland July 4th Festival event updates, traffic information, firework updates and more, text LVEVENTS to 888777.

 

Greeley – 4th of July at the Greeley Stampede

Greeley Stampede Independence Day Parade

9 a.m. from the UNC campus (10th Avenue and 19th Street) along 10th Avenue to 5th Street past Lincoln Park

Stampede Events

All day at Island Grove Regional Park
Face painting, live music, bull fighting, sheep stampedes and more. See the full Greeley Stampede schedule at greeleystampede.org/events.

Fireworks

10 p.m. at Island Grove Regional Park

 

Windsor – 4th of July Celebration

Vendors, Food Trucks and Family-Friendly Activities

12-9:30 p.m. at Boardwalk Park (under the pavilion)

Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra 4th of July Performance

7:15 p.m. at Boardwalk Park

Fireworks

9:15 p.m. Boardwalk Park

 

Timnath – 4th of July Celebration

Live Music, Food Trucks & Family Activities

6 p.m. at the Timnath Reservoir
Live entertainment, bounce houses, face painting, obstacle course, yard games and more

Fireworks

9:30 p.m. over the Timnath Reservoir

Text TIMNATHEVENT to 888-777 to be notified of delays, weather emergencies or cancellations.

 

Wellington – July 4th Celebration

Pancake Breakfast

7-10 a.m. hosted by The Wellington Filling Station

“Proud to be an American” Parade

10 a.m. down Cleveland Avenue (registration closed).

Beer Garden and Skate Jam Fundraiser

10:30 a.m.-4 p.m.

4th of July Festival

11 a.m.-3 p.m. at Wellington Community Park with a car show, local vendors, food trucks, live music, pie competition, kids games and more. For more information, visit slurpz.org/4th-of-july.

Wellington Community Band Performance

7:30 p.m. at the Eyestone South parking lot

Fireworks

9:15 p.m. by Bee Lake (east side of 6th Street), synchronized music is available by tuning in to 97.1 FM at 9:39 p.m.

 

Berthoud – 3rd of July Celebration

Independence Day Activities

5-9:30 p.m. at Waggener Farm Park
Live music by Unauthorized Absence, food trucks, beer garden, inflatables and more

Fireworks

Dusk at Waggener Farm Park

 

Estes Park – 4th of July Celebration

4th of July Car Show

All day at the American Legion Post 119
See classic cars from the Estes Park Car Club (food and drink provided)

Tacos & Tequila

All day at Casa Colina at the Trailborn Rocky Mountains (open to guests and non-guests)
Live music, outdoor swimming pool and more

Inaugural Lakeside Liberty Bash

3-9 p.m. at the Ember & Estes Park Resort in the Pavilion overlooking Lake Estes (free), stay for the fireworks!
Live music from Greg Miles and Black Canyon Backbeat, food available for purchase (click here for more information)

Big Bang! Concert – live music by El Loco Fandango

6 p.m. at the Estes Park Events Complex
Purchase tickets here

Estes Park Village Band Patriotic Concert

7 p.m. at Performance Park (free)

Fireworks

9:30 p.m. over Lake Estes

Free shuttles will be available immediately after the fireworks from the Visitor Center and Events Complex, stopping at their regular stops. For more information, go to visitestespark.com/plan/getting-around/free-shuttle-buses.

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