New Year, New Look

2013 is set to be another year of inspiration and innovation in hairstyling. Here we give our key trend predictions for the coming year.

 

Volume

Kate Middleton will remain the poster girl for big hair in 2013. The youthful, red carpet look is the ultimate feel good hairstyle. Products such as Kevin Murphy Body Builder and Full Again will amplify hair volume and inject lift and bounce to your blow-dry.

 

 

Back to the 90’s

We predict a nod to the 90s in both hair and fashion – think Beverly Hills 90210, edgy disconnected shapes for both men and women and even the return of the (modernised) bowl-cut.

 

 

 

Sleek and Structured

Funky, edgy and graphic hair structures will herald a new, edgier femininity in hair – think Rooney Mara in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. This trend will be paired with sleek, glossy and well-conditioned tresses with products such as the Kerastase bespoke hair care systems and awesome in salon treatments.

 

 

Colour

 

 

 

 

 

 

In hair colour, shimmering gold, silver and bronze hues will begin to dominate this year, while the 2012 trend for pastels, as seen on Kelly Osborne, will continue to dominate. Colour will be seamless and layered tone on tone.

Gloss and illumination in both colour and products will be the key look for 2013.

Men

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trends in men hair will be all about the sharp and well-groomed – think Daniel Craig in SkyFall. Short styles, with loads of texture will be big, along with well-cut and styled collar-length hair, as seen on models for Ralph Loren.

K evin Murphy Undressed and Knight Rider are the essential products to achieve this look.

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