2020 Tokyo Olympics

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The Tokyo Olympics are set to begin and we could not be more excited!

We don’t know about you but at Oscar Oscar Salons, we’re taking major inspiration from the powerful female athletes who are dominating the Olympic rosters. So when it comes to hair, who wouldn’t want Olympic-level strength, optimal health, and hair that just feels amazing!

Let’s check out some of the athletes who are taking over in Tokyo this year and find out how you can get gold medal-winning hair too!

 

Stephanie Gilmore

An Aussie local, and pro surfer, Stephanie Gilmore is always on our radar. Our girl has dominated the surf becoming a seven-time world champion on the Women’s WSL World Tour. As one of six Aussie pro surfers at the Tokyo Olympics this year, we’re cheering her on! Her iconic sunkissed, sea-salt locks are an Aussie staple and a big inspiration behind the always requested “beachy balayage” hair trend. If you have the same hair type as Steph Gilmore, hydrating products are key! Keeping your hair moisturised will help maintain elasticity, softness, and resilience.

 

 

Alica Schmidt

Alica Schmidt is a total track star (and social media star) from Germany. She was also dubbed ‘World’s Sexiest Athlete’ which would come naturally when you have the sexiest mane on the track! Although many German gals are blessed with┬áblonde af locks, that doesn’t mean this hair is unobtainable! Some gorgeous lived-in balayage colour, thickening & lengthening hair extensions, and a killer hair care routine packed with nourishment and hydration is all you need! If you’re after hair like this, our OO stylists can set you up!

 

Naiomi Osaka

Naiomi Osaka is a four-time Grand Slam singles Tennis champion from Japan. She has been ranked No. 1 by the Women’s Tennis Association and is the reigning champion at the US Open and the Australian Open. Not to mention, she has an amazing head of hair! Curly hair girls know that this hair can be tough to tame, especially when it comes to sports. The key is knowing what your hair needs. Curly hair is usually begging for hydration and conditioning products. Keep your mane moisturised with weekly hair treatments and let it go wild!

 

 

Kelsey-Lee Barber

Another Aussie hero! Kelsey-Lee Barber is a track and field athlete who competes in the javelin throw as one of the best in the world. There’s nothing better than cheering on a local at the big leagues! Her hair is another Aussie classic; long and blonde. It always looks so healthy and maintained. It’s obvious Kelsey has an amazing haircare routine that includes strengthening products and nourishing treatments.

 

 

Simone Biles

Simone Biles is an all-American superstar! With a total of 30 medals from the Olympics and World Championships already, she is considered to be one of the best and most dominant female gymnasts of all time! So, she’s definitely worth keeping an eye out for during this year’s Olympics. She is also the queen of hair transformations! If you follow Simone Biles on Instagram, you’ll know that she is always switching up her look and keeping it on point. Currently, she’s rocking gym-friendly, short, smooth hair but previously she has rocked stunning braids, long hair, and coiled coloured hair. Her secret to transforming? Extensions, extensions, extensions! Our salons offer a range of hair extension services to suit your look!

 

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