LOOK­ING AHEAD TO THE NEW SEA­SON

Ivy-Louise Ket­ter­ing­ham, stylist at John Oliv­ers Elm Hill in Nor­wich and Tiggy Els­den-Powell of John Oliv­ers Red Lion Street give us the heads up on SS17’s hottest hair trends

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Colour

Hair trends for 2017 are softer and more nat­u­ral than those of last year. Multi-tonal blondes are still on trend, but it is the brunette that is mak­ing its come­back. With L’Oreal Pro­fes­sional’s French Brunette colour range you can achieve a so­phis­ti­cated, pol­ished and lux­u­ri­ous look­ing hair colour which will up­grade your brunette in a way that is unique to you. Add ‘baby­lights’ to your colour to cre­ate a sub­tle sun-kissed look, or if high­lights aren’t for you, try a tri­col­ore ser­vice which blends three brunette shades to­gether and will give you a seamless blend of nat­u­ral look­ing colour.

Con­di­tion

John Oliv­ers now of­fers L’Oreal’s Smart­bond Ser­vice, a treat­ment that keeps your hair radiant for longer and is es­sen­tial for keep­ing hair shinier, softer and stronger. The treat­ment is mixed with your colour to pro­tect your hair dur­ing your ser­vice and is per­fect if you are go­ing through a ma­jor colour trans­for­ma­tion or are adding lighter pieces and want to pro­tect your hair. Speak to your stylist to see if this would be suit­able for you. A skin test is re­quired 48 hours prior to any colour ser­vice.

Cuts

Hair cuts this sea­son are all about vis­ual tex­ture. Your style should en­hance any nat­u­ral move­ment that you have, or for those with straighter hair your cut should show off your sleek and shiny tresses. If you are in need of a low main­te­nance style and want to try some­thing dif­fer­ent then opt for the shag cut - a mid-length style that is heav­ily lay­ered to cre­ate soft­ness. Pair with a long, feath­ered fringe if you have sharp fea­tures or a blunt fringe if you have a rounder face shape. Style with Keras­tase Spray A Porter to give a tou­sled beach dry fin­ish.

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