The Beauty Report – This Season’s Trendiest Looks by Sassoon

From Salvador Dali to Man Ray and Horst P, this season beauty trends take their cues from Surrealist art.

The Beauty Report – This Season’s Trendiest Looks by Sassoon

From Salvador Dali to Man Ray and Horst P, this season beauty trends take their cues from Surrealist art.

The New Natural

 The New Natural: Fresh, subtle and tousled waves – the secret to working SS15 beauty trends. There is something irresistibly seductive about perfectly textured hair. “Loose movement and soft textures instantly make a short style look feminine and flattering,” says Gareth Vance, Senior Creative Director at Sassoon Salon, Leeds.

 Try It… Use a medium size barrel tong and alternate the size of each section for a more natural result. Ruffle the hair through with a texturising product.

 

 

 

 

 

Colur LustreColour Lustre: Take your cues from a Surrealist approach and refresh your hair colour this season. Dreamlike shades of beautiful colour are the essential choice. The key to mastering the palette? “Colours are diffused together elegantly from dark to light and back again,” says Valencia D’Onofrio, Colour Director at Sassoon Salon, Leeds . This creates a subtle flow of colours to enhance shine and incredible fibre-optic iridescence.

Try It…Book the ultimate holistic three tier colour service: Bespoke Colour, Seal Colour Treatment & Home Hair Colour. Save £20 when you book Colour Prestige.

 

 

 

 

 

The New ShortThe New Short: The bob has been the haircut of choice for brazen females of the past like Coco Chanel and today the ‘lob’ – a longer, more dishevelled bob, seems to be the hottest hair trend every girl wants. Ask your stylist for a cut that encourages movement. To keep the style modern, don’t forget the importance of cool-girl texture. A sea, salt spray is the perfect ‘Sienna’ texture product.

Try it… This look can be worn straight, textured, or wavy. “Try textured waves that ooze slept-in insouciance for a night out or keep it sleek, chic and modern by tucking one side behind your ear,” Gareth Vance, Senior Creative Director at Sassoon Salon, Leeds.

 

 

 

 

 

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