Our take on the 2017 Hair Trends…
Check out the Gary Pellicci team’s ‘take’ on the top hair trends for 2017 and book in for your hair cut, style or colour transformation soon!
Balayage is still growing in popularity as we progress through 2017. This free-hand approach to hair colour means we can create a new and bespoke look every time.
Popular looks include soft caramel balayage with blonde highlights, and dynamic red tones.
Soft Caramel Hair Colours
Cool browns and soft caramels are really popular alongside the more daring metallic colours tinged with silver, grey, violet, rose gold and pink.
Ice-Cream Colours & Pastel Hair Shades
At the festivals this year there will be lots of plaits and braids in a variety of fashion colours from denim blue, parma violet, emerald green… or just pick your favourite ice-cream shade!
Soft pastels are still popular too, where you can dilute something like a shocking pink into a more subtle powder pink if you want more of a hint of colour rattan than full on.
Improving Hair Condition with Goldwell BondPro+ Treatment
We can give you exceptional hair quality when lightening and colouring your hair by adding Goldwell Bond Pro+. In just one treatment we can strengthen and protect your hair from damage and breakage during the colouring process. Your hair will look and feel significantly healthier, revitalised and deeply nourished. The hair fibre will be strengthened and the hair’s internal bonds stabilised.
Big Bouncy Curly Hair
If you want to be the Queen of the dance floor then go for long, luscious voluminous curls, hair that swirls and swishes and looks better as the night goes on!
For a more natural, beachy boho look, then we have the perfect product – Philip Kingsley Instant Beach Spray- for hair that looks as if it’s been effortlessly styled to give a beautiful tousled texture.
The Full-On Fringe
This year the fringe is in with a bang! A well-cut fringe can work wonders so we just need to assess your facial shape to determine the perfect fringe for you.
Men’s Hair Trends
There’s also a lot of diversity in men’s hairstyles, from the textured quiff or classic side parting to longer, grungy hair. Men are much more willing to try a new hair cut or colour and gents’ hair styles have never been more versatile.