THE LATEST HAIR STYLES AND CUTS
Your hair should enhance you, not change you, so your hairdresser will take the time to get to know you, to learn your aspirations. We’ll consider the natural lines of your features and face shape, be it oval, slim, round or square, so that we can create a hair style so exquisitely suited to you that as you leave the salon, you glow with a confidence that only a truly beautiful hair cut can give you.
LONG HAIR STYLES
Long and mid-length hairstyles are the most versatile, from the classic blow dry to wavy and tousled, and super straight and chic; long hair will not only compliment all face shapes, but the beautiful personalities behind them too.
If you have thick, full-bodied hair, gorgeous long layers will create movement and add an air of fluidity to your style. Layers will also widen slimmer faces, to create the illusion of an oval shape and if you have a square face or a strong jaw line, we will work with your features to soften your look.
Blunt edges will create body and weight in fine, flyaway hair and by avoiding too many layers you’ll give the illusion of much thicker hair.
Fringes are really on trend and look great with longer looks. Going for a strong, blunt fringe will balance longer face shapes and if you have a rounder face adding a sweeping side fringe will elongate your features, creating the appearance of an almond shape.
Bobs are a great way to add instant glamour and style to your hair. Whether you choose to go for a longer length, the ‘Lob’, or the classic shorter style, a bob will add weight and body to fine hair.
A bob looks fantastic on slim, longer face shapes creating the illusion of a more oval shape.
A heavy, blunt fringe will add some drama to your style, think Jessie J, or for a softer ultra-feminine look, wear yours swept to one side, like Lily Allen.
SHORT HAIR / CROPS
Shorter looks are great for finer hair types. Sleeker styles will add weight and definition, think Emma Watson, while a more textured ‘just got out of bed’ look will give you slightly more of an edge. Again, if you have a slim face, adding a long sweeping fringe will beautifully frame your features, creating the illusion of a stunning oval face.
Generally speaking, shorter styles and cropped looks should be avoided by those with rounder faces, but if that’s the style your dreams are made of, speak to your hairdresser and we’ll see what we can do to make the look work for you.