Colour trends you are going to see everywhere this summer…

Why do you build me up buttercup baby..

BUTTER BLONDE- Warm hue with splashed of honey yellow the sunniest colour and you can opt for this colour with highlights.

If you fancy blonde but no the maintenance, opt for a rooty.. Darkness at the crown allows colour to grow pretty much fuss free. 

CARAMEL KISSED – toffee toned hair is always a chicken dinner somewhere between blonde and brunette there is caramel goodness. Flattering on all complexions

HALO HIGHLIGHTS- Brighten up your complexion by adding some clever colour placement around the face . Defo a face framing highlight of sunny kisses. 

CANDY FLOSS- The sweetest colour that is on trend and semi- permanent. The best of both worlds and summer is the time to play around with pastels. 

If you are changing hair colour or going lighter and adding highlights keep in mind to up your treatments , masks and conditioner aimed at protecting and maintaining your colour.

We have a range available so ask your colourist what they recommend and you will have glossy hair all summer long. 


Trending from the Runway..

Wet & sleek can be very cool if done well this season. At Donna Karan featured in Harpers Bazaar a single slicked section gave a sleek, headband-like effect. 


Zac Posen


Pins, gold clips and luxe leather Fendi & Honor took the Headband route.


Derek Lam Leather Clip


Making waves , my fave hairstyle at the moment . At Anna Sui the focus is on thick texture and kinky movement. 




Whatever you are channeling this season, it is not just for the catwalk. 

Shoes are not the only thing that can be made for Strutting 


Fox&bow guide to SS14 from the Catwalk

The Low Ponytail – Super slick & secured at the nape of the neck, finish with a spritz of high gloss hairspray, a great product is Moroccan oil luminous hairspray or the Luxe oil keratin protection spray. At Donna Karan & Ellie Saab  hair was straightened & sleek and  held in place with metal barettes.



Chloe was the show that set the Trend with James Pecis using ironed hair & preppy centre partings.




Inspired by Sicily, Domenico Dolce’s place of birth. They excavated the Greco-Roman aspect.



I can see this being rocked at the Festivals this year, there is something so Dreamy about the collection and the Hair..