Winter Fashion Forecast
So what’s new this season? Padding, protective lines and cosy knits came together on the catwalks. Getting us ready for the miserable British winter. Whilst many of the trends are truly heading for more and more comfort, fashion is still retaining its sense of fun, its colour and glamour.
This season is well and truly about celebrating individuality!!!
Ostrich feathers were hugely showcased during the recent fashion shows. White only feathers, styled and neat for a touch of couture. Light feather replicas have been spotted in many high street retailers. As you can imagine they are slightly watered down and more everyday appropriate.
Feather like texture has also broke into the hair world. With subtle blends of feathered texture styled into smoothness. ghd have launched their newest product, ghd CONTOUR® PROFESSIONAL CRIMPER – creating effortless texture and movement instantly.
ghd have recently showcased an easy to create look with the Contour Crimper.
The ghd Freestyle Feather is subtle yet effective, feather like panels throughout the hair, creating stunning and elegant texture.
The Contour Professional Crimper is £95.00.
Double Denim Takeover
Heading to the top of the winter trends list is Denim Overload. Revisiting the 80’s, catwalks went into meltdown with this denim takeover.
From deep, dark denims to paler, pastel tones – the classic jeans and t-shirt combo is no more. It is all about double denim, whether you combine matching colours or clash your shades it all works.
With the denim trends still huge within fashion, hair trends are as always, following suit! Ash, Steel, Blue and Teal tones are all still in high demand. With L’Oreal Professional launching their Metals Collection, this is a hair trend we are sure is here to stay!!
5 NEW HIGH SHINE SHADES
- Silver Star – For a pastel grey look or an on-trend ash colour
- Crystal Ash – For a fashionable result with a sophisticated iridescent blend
- Ash Gold – For a desirable champagne blonde
- Pink Ash – For a beautifully soft pink result, a mix of ash and iridescent
- Hi-Lilac – For a neutralising yellow and leaving a balanced iridescent hue.
Speak with your stylist at Gaudi to discover endless metallic opportunities. Remember you can maintain your look with L’Oréal Professionnel Silver Shampoo.
The fashion world is feeling more and more intrigued by sportswear. Think spiced up ski jackets, rainbow tracksuits, retro gilets and cosy fleeces. Totally modern with no holds barred.
As spotted on many celebs recently, sportswear has moved on from the gym. Combining heels and sweat pants – anything really does go!
When ‘sporting’ this look the key for your hair is to keep it simple. With clothes and accessories speaking for themselves, the minimalist approach is the way forward.
Naked Beauty, as it has been described was spotted heavily throughout most shows this season.
Soft, effortless looks, showcasing natural beauty and gorgeous glowing skin.
Hair buns and sleek ‘dos were the main focus during many of the fashion shows this year. However glam waves and romantic hair twists also shone through.
And it’s not just fashion that makes a change during the winter months. Hair colours and styles are ever changing too. Whether you wish to tone down your summer blonde, or blend through your Balayage. This winter colour trends tick boxes for all.
Ask your stylist to recommend what would be suitable for you. All of our stylists are trained in identifying each individual clients needs. They will look in detail at your skin tone and complexion, deciding what tones and depths suit you best. They will also assess your hairs condition and make a decision on your hair care plan for the future. Putting plans in motion to create a bespoke colour, for each individual, creating a colour true to you. Prices start from £60.00, depending on hairs length and thickness and level of stylist the price may vary.
New to colour?
Every colour client will need to be Gaudi Colour Safety Tested. Whether you are new colour client to the salon, or new to the exciting world of colour. The Colour Safety Test needs to be at least 48 hours before any colour takes place. It only takes a few minutes and is included in our colour consultations.