Saks a 140-strong salon group in the UK, has released its 2010 style collection. Created by the Saks Art Team, this year’s trend release chooses feminine beauty and style over edginess. Long hair is in and big hair is back, but the classic bob and disconnected cut also make an appearance.
If hair is long, it must have texture, says the Saks Art Team. A razor cut softens the outline of the style and shades of caramel are added with a paint-on application technique.
The classic bob in enhanced with an eyebrow-skimming fringe. A dark brunette is chosen for its rich hue and the style is finished to a smooth and shiny perfection.
A longer-length classic, this style has a central part and was achieved with Saks' signature point cutting technique that adds movement, but ensures that hair will swing naturally back into place.
Rock star sex appeal comes from face-framing layers and hidden color panels that combine shades of champagne, marshmallow and golden bronze metallic.
In this style, the razor is used to create graduated layers. Copper blonde color is applied for softness and caramel and toffee hues set off the heavy, asymmetrical fringe.
Bold copper adds drama to an already dramatic mane of voluminous layers styled from a low side parting.
Saks' big trend for men includes length in front and movement throughout. Loose, but masculine, the brunette shade adds density to the style.
Make-up: Lan Nguyen
Fashion styling: Shyla Hassan