A New Year calls for a fresh start – a new beginning, a new hairstyle! Quit living in the past and jump into 2018 with a trendy new do. Our leading hair professionals want to let you in on some of the trends that will be taking over this upcoming year.
Choppy, Short Fringe
Styled By: @ToppCutts
Coloured By: @Frankieglitz
These thick, choppy bangs are cut blunt with a rounded finish. If you’re looking to take a risk this year, this style is for you. Although, getting this look could be a process so talk to your stylist about creating a unique style based on your needs. Pro styling tip comes from our Queen West stylist, Jacinta, she says, “blow dry your fringe to the left and then to the right, so it falls center – from there just let your hair do its thing.” This style is super easy and characteristically unique to you, so embrace it!
Styled By: BeautybyCinta
Colour By: @LuisColourist
Muse: Sarah Koonar
Forget polished and perfect waves. This year we’re embracing our natural texture!
Our Yorkville senior stylist, Saina, achieves this look by using our TO112 DRY TEXTURE SPRAY. “It’s the best for a quick fix in the morning. It gives you that lived in look and volume!” Pro styling tip- work a dime size amount of the TO112 CONSOLE SERUM through the ends in the morning to keep them from looking dry.
Cut & Styled By: @HairbyTory
Colour By: @Lizfoster.haircolour
A new take on the shag, bringing it into 2018 and giving it a more updated style.
Instead of the classic shag, which showcased a lot of visible layers – think Meg Ryan’s choppy locks circa ‘97 – we’re seeing more internal layers and movement. This keeps the integrity and fullness of the hair while still giving it movement and cool-girl ease. Pro styling tip – spray a touch of the TO112 DRY TEXTURE SPRAY at the roots and gently tousle your hair to create this effortless look.
Low Maintenance Hair Colour
Colour By: @Frankieglitz
Much like embracing natural texture, many women have started embracing their natural colours as well as their “aging” hair. Our Queen West Senior Colour Tech, Carolyn says, “we’ve used colour to cover greys, but now we’re using a combination of highlights, lowlights and glosses to blend them in, so grey regrowth doesn’t look as apparent.” This technique can take maintenance from once every 6 weeks, down to only once every 4 months.