When it comes to curls, it's time to go big or go home. According to Robert Kirby of Robert Kirby London Hairdressing, more people are embracing and even adding curls with every imaginable shape, texture, and silhouette. If you're looking to make a bold statement this season, let your texture shine.
Shags are fun. Teresa Romero, Creative Director for Sam Villa and Artistic/Education Director for Jose Luis Salon, says they embrace natural textures, are good for any gender; they’re low maintenance, versatile, and easy to personalize…that’s why they will continue to be on trend in 2023.
Looking for change that will turn heads? Go bold, layered, and fringey with a racy red hue. Fabulous face-framing layers and a choppy, swept-forward fringe are offset by a shag-mullet vibe. The question is, are you daring enough to rock this hairstyle? We think so!
This celebration of textured hair by North American Hairstyling Awards 2021 Texture Finalist Jamal Edmonds showcases a wonderful diversity of curl, wave, kink, twists, and bends. A headdress quality with contrasting textures adds dimension to the finished shapes, while a rich infusion of color and shine gives the hair a healthy glow. Stunning!
Big, bold, voluminous hair is back, and today, it's all about natural-looking texture with loads of tousled movement. According to Sally Brooks of Brooks & Brooks in London, the modern take on classic coils remains completely timeless. Look for large and undone curls with volume at the root and an explosion of texture through the length. But the main difference from '80s big-hair?