A cut you rec­om­mend for up­com­ing sea­son?

Hair - - Expert Talk -

With In­dian hair, for the up­com­ing sea­son, it has to be about in­te­gral move­ment within the shape of the hair. Long hair is the staple length for most women. To evolve this sea­son, we’re work­ing on cuts that bring out nat­u­ral move­ment in the hair—scoop­ing lay­ers to keep the shape soft with lots of curve. This in­no­va­tive tech­nique em­u­lates the fash­ion houses’ cur­rent trend of cut­ting fab­ric on the bias, cre­at­ing a truly fem­i­nine shape.

Any cut or trend you think In­dian women should try?

Midi-cuts are one of the hottest cuts around. In­dian women tend to have low hair­lines, so mid-length cuts are re­ally flat­ter­ing. Try styling it with a boho fin­ish rather than any­thing too sleek or Bol­ly­wood-in­spired.

Where do you get your in­spi­ra­tion from?

For me, in­spi­ra­tion comes from a va­ri­ety of places; from cool things on so­cial me­dia to fash­ion. I love see­ing things be­ing done dif­fer­ently.

In your view, is there any change in trends in In­dia?

The chang­ing trends in In­dia are def­i­nitely lean­ing towards colour. Women want to go for lighter shades to ex­per­i­ment, and add tex­ture to their hair. Balayage and om­bré are great tech­niques to achieve this. But for them to work per­fectly, we have to change the mind­set about one­length hair­cuts!

KEN PICTON Head-Des­ti­na­tion Sa­lon, Wales

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