Friday, January 10, 2014

2014 Haircutting & Hairstyling Trends


Pretty in Pixies

In case you haven’t seen the hoard of celebrities looking pretty in pixies lately (including Jennifer Lawrence, Anne Hathaway, Emma Watson, etc), then maybe this fact will have you agreeing that the pixie is making an epic comeback…
The search for ‘pixie haircuts’ has increased over 500% this year - wowza!
Seriously, the pixie is one its way to becoming a household name like, “The Rachel.”
Additionally, it’s a super versatile cut – ranging from long and shaggy, to sharp and asymmetrical.

Asymmetrical Bobs

If your clients are unable to commit to the pixie and are still looking for a change, try suggesting an asymmetrical bob. This bob type can come in all shapes and sizes, making it perfect for creating a unique look for your clientele.
This cut allows you to mold different lengths and textures all into one multifaceted hairstyle, giving your client room for flexible styling.
Our favorite celebrities rocking an asymmetrical bob are Karlie Kloss, Frankie Sandford, and Marion Cotillard.

The Wavy Lob

One of our personal favorite hairstyles of 2014, the Lob – aka, the ‘long bob’! Not too long, not too short – this hairstyle is just right! With curls and texture growing in popularity, this is just one of the many voluminous hairstyles to look out for!

Natural Spiral Curls

For all those natural curlies out there, we envy you!
But, for those of us stuck with stick straight hair or lackluster waves, this may be an option!
The demand for curl-related services is on the rise, and knowing how to create the ‘naturally curly’ look for your clients is a must.
P.S. Depending on the size and tightness of your curls, you may have to start out with long hair.

Loose Waves

That tousled, wavy look will still be going strong in 2014! Beach curls, soft waves – you name it – all of these looks will continue to trend.

Deep-side Part

Great for long or short hair, deep side parts that speak to a more elegant time period will continue to make appearances on the red carpets and in every day hairstyles.

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