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12 HAIRSTYLES TO EMBRACE IN 2020

November 19, 2019

THE 12 HAIRSTYLES YOU'LL SEE EVERYWHERE IN SUMMER 2020

(via Elle Australia)

The advent of summer tends to signify a number of exciting things, from cheesy Christmas movies to brand new bikinis, and arguably the best: the time for a new hairstyle.  After all, a new season calls for a new 'do, especially with a brand new year (and decade!) on the horizon.

And to help make choosing your new look that much easier, Australia's leading hairdressers give their takes on the trending cuts, colours and styles for summer 2020.

So if a new 'do has been on your 'to do', keep scrolling and get ready to screenshot the top looks of the coming season.

1. The 'Invisible Layers' Bob

John Pulitano, Creative Director and Co-Owner of Headcase Hair:

"I'm loving this look for 2020. It's the perfect spring/summer progression from the blunt, solid bob. Invisible layers give your bob that romantic, soft, lived-in look without losing the shape. It's a bob that moves."

2. Straight and Sleek

Hermiz Daniel, Creative Director at Hermiz Salon:

3. The Modern Bronde

Vincent Nobile, Colour Director and Co-Owner at Headcase Hair:

"'Bronde' is not going anywhere, but I'm transitioning this into its modern version, which has much more pops of blonde on the ends. This reinvents the old, subtle 'Bronde' into its new, more fun and exciting version."

4. Lived-In Colour

Marie Uva, Hairstylist and Director at Uva Salon:

"This season, we'll see a lot more lived-in colour. That is to say, a relaxed, low-maintenance colour that compliments someone's natural beauty. The colour is tailored to their skin tone and is blended to create a seamless look that appears effortless."

5. Natural Curls

Paloma Rose Garcia, Owner and Director of Paloma Salon:

"For spring/summer 2020, we'll see natural curls make a return. Big and air-dried, the cut has layers and a strong shape, with the length sitting between breast and collarbone. It's all about the shape and the tightness of the curl. Texture is back."

6. Strawberry Copper

Vincent Nobile, Colour Director and Co-Owner at Headcase Hair:

"The perfect shade of copper is always a hit for me, and my favourites are the strawberry tones—strong and striking, yet beautiful and sexy!"

7. Seventies-Style Layers and Fringe

John Pulitano, Creative Director and Co-Owner of Headcase Hair:

"For spring/summer 2020, I feel that bangs are going to come back in, but with a bit of a retro twist. [We'll also see] them paired with choppy, square layers. To achieve the '70s-style bangs, cut the corners of your fringe off and take the 'classic' away from your hair."

8. Long Bobs (Lobs)

Marie Uva, Hairstylist and Director at Uva Salon:

"Considering the comeback of the bob in 2019, the 'lob' is something that I think we will see more people transition towards, as it is the perfect medium between long and short hair. You can tie it up or you can leave it down without it getting in the way. It suits nearly everyone, as you can personalise the length according to their facial structure."

9. The Undone Look

Marie Uva, Hairstylist and Director at Uva Salon:

"In the last year, stylists have started to break away from the perfectly finished blow-wave and have started to be more daring with messier looks. For the forthcoming season, I definitely expect to see a shift in the way the everyday person will wear their hair, steering away from perfectly styled hair into natural shaggy 'cool girl' styles. [We'll see] people embracing natural textures and enhancing them with tailored, layered haircuts and styling products."

10. Vanilla Blonde

Vincent Nobile, Colour Director and Co-Owner at Headcase Hair:

"The 'Vanilla Blonde' is my hit prediction for 2020. [It's] so edgy and modern in comparison to yesterday's platinum blonde. I also love doing these tones on my short hair clients as they are so flattering and give the complexion a beautiful glow. Love!"

11. The 60s Style Blow-Out

Hermiz Daniel, Creative Director at Hermiz Salon:

"Sixties-style blowouts are pushing their way through and coming back in fashion. I recently styled Rozalia Russian for the races and her hairstyle is the perfect example of how a below the shoulder, modern take on a '60s blunt bob can look amazing... think Betty Draper meets Cher from Clueless."

12. The Mullet

Paloma Rose Garcia, Owner and Director of Paloma Salon:

"Mullets are so cool, especially on straighter or slightly wavy hair, with the layers short and throughout. Pair with a fringe, full or parted. Think Mick Jagger in his prime!"



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