Hidden colours fun trend for autumn hair
WHAT does medium-length hair, solid bobs and textured lobs have in common?
According to Oscar Oscar Toowoomba Grand Central salon partner Hollie-Jay Smith, those styles are trending this autumn.
"I've been a strong adapter of the shorter styles, converting a lot of my long hair guests to a softly textured lob," she said.
"There are so many variations of this style it can be customised to almost everyone."
Ms Smith said hair colour trends like colour melts would still be on high demand, however there would be more emphasis around the face with lighter pops of colour framing the face.
"These will have different tonal variations such as golden, apricot and 'blorange' tones," she said.
"Crazy hair colours are on the way out with most guests requesting a slightly more conservative approach.
"Peek-a-boo colour is a fun way to incorporate these tones while maintaining an every day look also."
Ms Smith said "balayage" was still in and was here to stay.
"Each season we see variations of these techniques, but you will continue to see soft natural looking colour melts in high demand."
As for fringes, Ms Smith said the style would take a back seat this season with long bangs and shaping around the face taking priority instead.