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Crew Cut

Both modern & masculine, the Crew Cut is a simple style with a powerful impact.

The top of the hair is trimmed short, and everything else, even shorter. This style works well on a whole variety of face shapes, and accentuates your natural contours. It is easy to maintain, but gives your face a mature, classic male look that exudes confidence and power.

Differing lengths and trims at the tops and sides can even open up a variety of styling options to keep your look versatile and on-trend.

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There’s fashion, then there is your unique interpretation

The right style is unique to you, and our goal is to work with the beauty that already shines from deep within, and bring it out in incredible new ways, but here are some of the hottest, current trends to inspire your choice.

Headbands The classic hair accessory that is making a major comeback, with a huge range of chic items available in the market. Models and A-listers have been wearing retro clips and barrettes for a while now, but it’s designer headbands, from Tom Ford’s thick leather, to Chanel’s pearl embellished bands and Anthony Turner’s sleek and simple stretch comb, that are dominating the catwalks of 2018’s international fashion weeks Silver Hair Tired of the same old shades and dyes? One of the hottest new trends, shimmering silver hair, is a huge favourite with celebrities and A-listers around the world. Our consultants will style the best colour to bring out your natural beauty and our specialised products will give you a shade that is bright and glossy, and full of life. Empty Tile Balayage

Balayage is an old technique, but one that is making a major comeback among celebrities and models such as Alexa Chung, Rhianna and Lily James, and was described by Marie-Claire as “The Hottest New Hair Trend”. It gives a natural, layered looking hair colour, relying on a smooth, multi-tonal finish that has softer, less noticeable regrowth lines that will grow out beautifully.

Balayage is achieved through a number of techniques, using foils to create two different tones at the same time, or by free-hand painting on the surface of individual strands and not saturated through the section until the very tips. This ensures a smooth stroke of colour and creates different blending effects.