70’S Hair Wave

We love 70’s hair from soft waves to the cool 70’s shag haircut.

For clients that would like a medium length haircut the 70’s soft wave hair look is a great style to try for spring summer as you don’t need to layer the hair too much.

The 70’s wave haircut can either have a curtain fringe for a more dramatic look or a longer wave around the forehead to create a fringe look.

They key to this haircut is softness so we recommend to either gently tong the hair to create waves or to simply set the hair as pin curls and brush out afterwards.

This haircut and style looks great on medium length hair but can also work on hair that is slightly longer like chest length.

Sunlight Blonde

Moving in to spring summer we are seeing blondes taking on a “sunlight” effect showing lots of different soft hues.

The sunlight effect can be achieved on really light blondes adding a delicate gold hue to create a creamy result. This looks great on highlights, all over blondes and balayage effects.

This technique is also great to use for when going to a darker blonde as the colour will look super natural. A minimum of 3 different colours such as dark blonde, medium blonde and light blonde hues are layered to create a natural rich sunlight light effect on the hair.

We love the colour on Steffi Soede for Harper’s Bazaar Russia, such great inspiration for the sunlight blonde trend.