The London-based team at Trevor Sorbie is pleased to announce their Cohesion collection. Designed to give a glimpse into hair fashion of the upcoming season, this series is all about unifying the cut, color and finish to unveil a customized look for each wearer.
The team chose to use classic foundation cuts and then modernized each look with unique but wearable color with a twist in the styling. They started with the timeless pixie. It flaunts flashes of silver blond through a mid-tone base while the length on top is carved out and directed upward with a burst of movement as if caught by a gust of wind.
One-length cuts are worn cleanly with varying part lines and a smooth finish to show off the bluntness of the ends. The sleek surface of the hair is used as a canvas to showcase delicately speckled and checked color placement, adding a hint of whimsy and fun. Another variation opts for a classic finger wave through the length accented by a diagonal part and shimmery highlights through a light golden brown base.
Worn messy and wet-looking, this sha-bob (that’s a shag-bob for lingo-impaired readers) cut takes the foundation of a bob and adds short layers to unlock a slight shag-like appeal. Blended beautifully into long, wispy fringe this modernized look heats up with a coppery hue with a shimmer of gold running through.
Staying with the copper-themed color, a classic chin-length bob is refreshed with bendy layers and a bold fringe. Worn messy and windblown, piece-y bits add character and whimsy while the movement brings out the features of the wearer. It’s fresh and fun but can be tamed as needed for office-friendly finishes.
With a rich brown solidness, long face-framing layers and a bold, disconnected fringe give this shoulder-grazing hairstyle a youthful vibe. Worn somewhat pushed forward with a hint of wave through the length, this softly rocker-chic look is an ideal option for long-haired beauties who want a more stylized option for their lengthy locks.
Last, but certainly not least, the shag makes a comeback. This time there’s a sense of disconnection with piece-y bits all over and a wispiness along the edges. Hand-painted accents give the rich hue some depth while a bit of bend through the length delivers texture and movement.
So the lesson here? Start with the basics and add some personal touches, going as bold as you dare!
Trevor Sorbie Artistic Team • Styling: Trevor Sorbie Artistic Team • Makeup: Marina Keri • Photography: Adam Marc Williams