Colección otoño-invierno 2012-2013 Optique de Tracey Hughes para Mieka Hairdressing

The latest hair trends are drawn from timeless classics with a rebellious abandonment to create lasting appeal and modern urban chic.

Whether hair is straight or curly, short or long, shiny or matte, the shapes are distinctive and colour is vivid.



Haircuts

Haircuts embracing bold and solid lines combined with disconnected sections are set to become more predominant maintaining unique linear shapes with the ability to create movement and fluidity.

Short haircuts are set to encompass geometric and artistic contours with a range of blunt and short fringes.

Variations of the faux bob will prevail leaving rigid shapes behind with
predominant focus on solid fringes with soft edges.

Versatility in length and shape will allow long, floaty and feminine pieces to add volume and texture, with options to add braided or
featured sections.

The notion of natural beauty being re-invented will ensure the timelessness of long lustrous hair with bouncy movement creating an undone yet groomed and elegant effect.



Colour

This seasons colour palette is powerful, providing a sleek and complementary finish to any style.

Choosing your hair colour is much like choosing clothes, so suitability to your skin tone and eye colour determines what shades suit each individual the best.

A remix of energetic colors creates rich diversity of denuded colors blending shades of unusual associations between cool and warm tones.

These bursts of colour bring to light the sharp shapes of the glamorously artistic haircuts.

Blonde remains a popular trend with a subtle shifting of caramel and cinnamon blondes fusing with gentle vanilla blondes.

Bright shine with an all over platinum blonde contrasting with
darker tones is a trend for the more adventurous blondes.

Redheads are bright, bright and brighter this new season displaying scarlet crimsons.

Dark glossy shades of chocolate brown, blueberry and ink black emphasizes shine and condition.

Pastel shades of pink, lilac and teal green are fresh, modern and an interesting change from the regular hair colors.

The biggest shift in trend in colour is the return of beautiful solid
colors with minimal variation to make a powerful impact with high gloss.



Styling

Styling has embraced the revival of the most iconic styles combined with a feminine and modern twist uniting messy texture, subtle height, fringes, and dramatic side parts.

Freedom within shapes, including layering, and more rounded looks will be mirrored through big and boisterous hair embracing curls, afros, and
ringlets, with the ability to achieve maximum volume and frizzy texture.

Easy to create at home looks will encourage messy, highly textured and undone waves to endure throughout contemporary trends.

Teased and fully textured hairstyles will represent the new age carefree and super-chic woman.

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Hair: Tracey Hughes

Photography: Amber Toms

Make-up: Sue Marshall

Fashion Stylist: Elaine Marshall

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