HAIR AP­PAR­ENT

Celeb favourite Renya Xy­dis has carved a ca­reer out of her ahead-of-the-game styles. We ask the Dyson am­bas­sador to tell us what’s com­ing up next

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RE­TURN OF THE SHAG

“I’m still a big fan of wavy lay­ers, but for a fresh riff, trim shorter lay­ers con­nect­ing from a grown-out fringe, giv­ing it more of a shaggy look. It cre­ates messy, un­done tex­tures that are a mod­ern take on the shag hair­cut. Styling-wise for a wavy layer, I love a bend in a stretched-out wave – it’s a lot cooler than waves from top to bot­tom. Think ef­fort­less, think cool.”

SHORT GOES SHORTER

“Shorter hair is the next big thing. A beau­ti­ful cropped, round bob can be chic and very sexy on a lot of women – no mat­ter what, women want to look sexy.”

STATE­MENT COLOUR

“We’ll see creamier blon­des, with nat­u­ral, lived-in roots. Lots of hon­eys and golden tones can look re­ally great, but it has to be on the right skin tone. Reds, cop­pers and straw­berry tones are mak­ing a big state­ment, and I think it’s now their turn. For brunettes, I love rich, shiny, glossy shades. Smoky, deep caramel tones fad­ing from a dark root will be a big hit. It’s also great for girls who nat­u­rally have dark hair and want to tran­si­tion from dark to light grad­u­ally, as that’s the best way to not com­pro­mise the hair con­di­tion.”

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