Mark Woolley - award-winning hairdresser 2010 trends
PUBLISHED: 15:36 10 January 2010 | UPDATED: 16:32 20 February 2013
Mark Woolley, the award-winning hairdresser and Sussex Small Businessman of the Year 2009, has just launched his 2010 collection. It offers some insights on what we can expect for our hair this year...
Mark Woolley, the award-winning hairdresser and Sussex Small Businessman of the Year 2009, has just launched his 2010 collection.
It offers some insights on what we can expect for our hair this year...
THIS YEAR anything goes and it really is about easy maintenance and creating that youthful fresh-faced look through polish, volume and luxury.
This medium length cut is a very Eighties-inspired up do, with curls heavy at the front. The layers and curls look fantastic for party nights and can very easily be worn down for daytime wear. Keep it just on the shoulders and make sure you have layers and volume built into style and cut.
This straight, sleek, sharp cut offers blunt lines with short fringes. These styles give great movement and reveal and enhance facial features. Facial shape and lines need to be considered before adopting this look, but the results can be stunning.
The layered crop has so much versatility as the layers allow this style to be worn four or five different ways. When at the salon ask your stylist to show you how versatile this look can be. It is a warm, soft, feminine look and will suit virtually all colour types. The swept over fringe is soft and dramatic and shortness of the cut will suit well-defined facial features,
The longer bob with a soft fringe gives a polished and traditional cut, but will also have the urban twist of volume and luxury. The bob is timeless but make sure you get layers and that the fringe has the ability to be soft and sweeping. It should come just past your jaw line, providing definition and femininity.
For more information about Mark Woolley, to ask him a question or to see more of his collections visit the website: www.electric-hair.com