Blonde Blonde Blonde: The lighter the better, wear it sleek with a deep side part for maximum impact.
Va-Va Volume: Because nothing beats a glossy body blow-dry on a night out
Bold and Bright: Pixie cuts and bold colour, two of our favourite trends, make a stand-out statement when combined
Bronde Colour: For the girl who can’t make up her mind
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Our stylists and colourists are a talented and experienced team of people, who possess invaluable insight into the hairdressing industry. Here are our favourite tips and tricks, as shared by them on our website.
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Braided faux undercuts have been all over the red carpets and runways of late, most notably worn by Cara Delevingne at last year’s Met Gala. We’re dubbing the style our pick for the upcoming 2014 formal season – equal parts edgy, wearable and understated.
To recreate this look at home, begin by parting your hair deeply to one side, using the end of your eyebrow as a guide. Pin the parted hair out of the way. Using the hair on the undercut side, create between one and three horizontal braids, as close to the scalp as possible – for a stand out look we love french braids and dutch braids. When you reach the back of your head, pin each braid using a bobby pin. Remove the pin holding your remaining hair on the parted side, which will move to hide the pins securing the braids. For an amped up look, lightly tease the hair at the top of your head, and use a texturising spray on your loose hair.
The long bob has been having its moment in the hair spotlight for several years now – if you’re still rocking your lob in 2014, it’s time to say goodbye to those last few centimetres. Thanks to Karlie Kloss, Lily Collins, and Marc Jacobs and Chanel’s Spring/Summer 2014 runway shows, lengths are slowly creeping upwards.
We love this trend because it’s still so versatile. Wear soft waves and long layers for a beachy vibe, or a deep side part if you’re feeling glamorous. To nail the trend with maximum impact, pair your bob with a bold micro fringe à la Mia Wallace.
xox The Yots Team
Last year, summer hair was all about thick, boho inspired braids. Intricate braided styles graced the runway and red carpet, dominated updos and became a staple for lazy weekend hair. Braids are here to stay in 2014, but the trend has been reinvented – thick and fishtail braids are about to take a backseat to thinner and seemingly randomly placed styles.
Frida Aasen by Hugh Lippe, featured in the January-Februrary issue of Russh magazine.
For an everyday look, we love Karen Walker’s mini-braids – the perfect way to disguise a bad hair-day. To make the trend work, pair tiny messy braids with equally dishevelled locks. Be creative with placement – where you braid is entirely up to you.
xo The Yots Team