Top 3 winter hair trends

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I don’t know what it is, but there’s just something about the colder months that makes many women feel the urge to get a bit of a hair makeover.

And if you’re one of those women who are desperate for a change, we’ve got some of the latest trends from the Barney Martin Hairdressing salon team to give you a bit of hair-spiration come your next visit to your salon.

If you’re after a cut…

According to artistic director Shukeel Murtaza, fringes are a winter haircut must-have. A blunt, heavy fringe, à la Jessica Biel, is the perfect way to spice up your winter hairstyle.
If you’re worried about the upkeep, make sure you don’t go too short – that way you can pin it back if need be (read: greasy hair day).If you’re after some colour…

Senior stylist Kathrin Manger tells us that balayage is definitely still in, but it’s all about richer and deeper hues. Think warm, soft caramels rather than bright, ashy blondes for winter; it’s all about glossy, healthy-looking hair. Need some inspiration? Look no further than to ex-OC babe Rachel Bilson. What’d we’d give for those locks!
If you’re after a new style…

Sometimes a simple change like a new hairstyle is all you need to put a pep in your step on a dreary winter’s day. Editorial stylist James Pearce is all about quick and easy styles that will keep your hair protected from winter wind and rain. Twisted buns (like Amber Heard’s) and braids are perfect for keeping your hair in place, looking on-trend, and protecting against the elements.

Thinking a fringe is the change you need? Find the one to suit you…

You may not be looking for a big hair change, but make sure you show your hair you care…

Are you looking for a hair change this winter?

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