How to choose a winter hairstyle

October 11, 2011
Winter Hair Styles

How to choose a winter hairstyle

Posted: 11 October 2011

With winter fast approaching now is the time to think about your look for those colder winter months. If you are looking for a winter hairstyle trend it starts with all about angles, edges, cuts and feminine designs, from pretty pixies to sassy spikes, polished chic and the layered look.

For advice on all the latest trends for winter hairstyles including fringes, layers, retros and bobs, pop into the salon for a free consultation.

 

Fringes will sharpen up any short cut, add shine to a pin straight finish you can wear your fringe over one eye with a slight part on the opposite side and use a comb to smooth out the hair with a flat iron for a sleek look.

Fringes can be cut in various exciting new ways from ultra full, angled, curvy or cropped, whatever your hair type from thin and fine, to curly and thick to straight and medium.

 

Retro crop with a Hollywood glam look can be achieved with classic curls, edgy waves or baby fine flair in a variety of hair colours from auburn to chocolate browns to fiery reds or platinum blondes.

 

Slanted Bob, the fringe is the focus and when styling you can have a dramatic look with long and short layers that hang to the side.

Other suggestions are to have a slightly uneven part in the centre of your crown to divide hair into two sections on side longer than the other.

This simple and stylish classic slanted bob is what will allow you to create a trendy look for the winter.

 

Wild Bold Hair, with this look there are no rules, the hair colour can be shocking as well as the cut of the hair. From striking streaks to spikes and messy uneven hair pieces that are in a V shape or cut into disconnected layers of thick and thin tresses.

For eye catching colour on a cropped bob, or full fringes or longer high gloss strong vibrant edges from wispy, soft layers to ruffled punk gel directed hair, to clean modern geometric cuts.

Texture from waves, flips and curls add flair to short hairstyles no matter if your curls are full corkscrew wide waves or spiralled ends.

You can have a soft feminine tussled look for many head turning beach waves, retro waves or coils to flirty crowns that leave your hair longer on the top and tapered near the nape of the neck and ears.

 

Mid-length locks allow for a bold statement, since big hair is what is in right now. Full bodied curls for volume, for straight face framing layers to a classic chic chin length blunt cut. Our favourite would be the asymmetric design because of its strong jagged layers and heavy fringes which create a shape of drama and fashion style.