Winter hair trend predictions
Are you in the market for a bit of new ‘do inspiration? Perhaps you’re sick and tired of your same colour, same length locks and are keen to try something a little different? A little left of field? Well, you’re in luck.
We happened to chat to Dario Cotroneo, owner of Dario Salon and one of Sydney’s most noted hair stylist’s to discover what hair looks he predicts will be bigger than Ben Hur this season.
So go on, discover a dose of inspiration that will make you want to change your look accordingly…
“Blame it on Kate Hudson or Sienna Miller, but 'rose gold' or bronze hair has become the colour de jour for the coming season. Soft-bronzed hair is paired with lighter golden highlights that are painted on to create a soft and natural look. Perfect for winter, bronze tones suit paler skin types with the shade suiting naturally medium to dark blondes best.”
“Blondes aren't forgotten this winter. The look for the season is clean, crisp and super light - think pale linen or Abbey Lee Kershaw when she went super fair. Best suited to fair-haired clients, make sure you get touched up every 4-6 weeks to maintain a clean look.”
“Seriously back on the scene, the A-line shape for hair is forever fashionable and simple to style. Perfect for ladies that are after a powerful yet slimming hair transformation, ask your stylist for an A-line long bob, this is where the back is about 1.5 inches shorter than the front lengths.”
This seasons blow out
“Think thick, voluminous, romantic, soft waves - minus the frizz. Miranda Kerr is a great reference point for this look. The beauty in this style is the fullness and bounce and it is perfect for most face shapes. Loose curls are a great style platform for winter, as this will draw maximum attention to the face.”
Which trend do you think you'd be most likely to try?