Beauty

Five runway inspired hair trends set to dominate this fall

The mullet is back (again), #HairOnFlick is now a thing and there’s a new take on 90s hair this season – we called on hair maestros, colourist Anita Rice and stylist Stephen Buller, at Buller and Rice (London’s new sustainable salon to know) to give us the lowdown on the runway inspired hair trends to try this fall…

Nu rave

“A new take on 90’s bunching. With exposed clips around the distressed braids. This is giving the illusion or a messy, short crop, for your night out, without chopping all your hair off. As seen at Richard Quinn (pictured above).”

 

The return of the mullet

“Mullets made various appearances in the AW collections. Different variations, all maintaining a soft feminine texture around the edges and fringe. Katie Eary (pictured above) incorporated a western influence, we predict a rhinestones at the ready.”

Biscuit Blonde

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“A shift from a strong, severe, ‘skin fade’ haircut to a more softer, looser style. Incorporating soft technical edges, with the option of a strong or natural fringe. As seen at Miu Miu (pictured above).”

Future Flicks

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“With help of a strong accessory, the ‘flick’ is back. Moving on from the textured ‘lob’, to a more structured style with those loose, softer ends. Adding a fringe brings out the perfect profile. As seen in the Ashley Williams collection (pictured above).”

FRINGE BENEFITS 

“A shift from a strong, severe, ‘skin fade’ haircut to a more softer, looser style. Incorporating soft technical edges, with the option of a strong or natural fringe. As seen in the Alexander McQueen collection (pictured above).”

For further information on Buller and Rice salon  and to book an appointment head to bullerandrice.com

27 August 2018

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