Moving away from 2014’s focus on pretty pastels and luscious lobs, 2015 marks the coming of age of knockout colour and sculpted cuts that take you from season to season in style.
So beat the winter chill and sizzle through summer with 2015’s hottest hair trends, courtesy of legendary hairdresser, John Azzi.
With more than 30 years’ experience under his belt, John enjoys a strong reputation for first-class hairdressing and delivers modern, chic styles for women of all ages.
Classic Bob with an Edge
Transform long locks or a lob into a cutting edge bob, removing heavy length to create a sleek, low-maintenance look. Cut with a sweeping fringe, this modern take on the classic bob is perfect for women seeking a mature, strong style and will help elongate the neck and beautifully frame an oval or square face.
Chunky, Broad Layers
Add volume and definition to fine hair with chunky, broad layers with a sharp edge. Ask for a dry cut when going for this look as it will help provide lasting sculpture and definition for your luscious locks.
Move from pastel accents to a cocktail of colours this year to add complexity and dimension. Go for dusky tones through the colder months with red, copper and golden brown shades, and don’t be afraid to take a risk with darker hues on a blonde base. Mixing intense contrasting colours is key to this trend which makes a statement and builds definition.
If you want to be at the front of the style pack, then definition is a must. This trend is all about disconnection and contrast. Create a sculptured style by using uneven layers and contrasting colours. Cutting hair dry and using slicing and panelling of colours is vital to achieve this funky look.
Want to show off your fun and creative style while maintaining a professional look at work? Try an undercut. This versatile cut allows you to use a topknot or a flick to the side to show off your fashion-forward style, while also giving you the option to let your tresses down for a more demure look at the office. If you want to downsize hard-to-maintain thick hair, an undercut will also help take the bulk out and lighten up your locks.
According to John, the perfect hair style is not just about being ‘on trend’, it’s about being true to the individual. “Go for a style, cut and colour that works with your face shape, colouring and lifestyle. While I’ve chopped and finished the tresses of some of the most rich and famous, my clients come from all walks of life and my main goal is to ensure that they leave the salon looking and feeling renewed and fabulous,” said John.
“If Christian Dior was born to dress the women, I am here to complete the picture,” he said.
For more information from John Azzi visit www.johnazzi.com.au