HER: Keepsake Colours New Year Trends

2010 brings with it colour that is all about making a statement. From the wild to the wonderful, 2010 is defo not going to be boring!

Romantic Red Heads

Hooray for the gingey's!! At last, the world is finally showing the red heads the appreciation they deserve. I myself have been a massive fan of the gingers since around the age of three, where my little peepers caught sight of the 80's sensation Rick Astley! I wore my little Astley badge with pride! "Never gonna give, never gonna give...!"

Aaaaanyway, last year GHD made copper look cool in their Rapunzel ad and this colour is still RED HOT in 2010!

Rapunzel GHD

Coco Rocha

Wild Streak

Bold colours are making a comeback this year and I can't wait! Brunettes with slices of reds or blues. Blondes with the more softer tones of lavender and baby pinks.

You don't have to go all out to make this look work, why not try small subtle sections of colour that will blend in beautifully but wont take over your style.

Lady Gaga

HER: Creative Cuts New Year Trends

I'm loving the 2010 trends for us ladies. This year we'll be seeing a lot of textured cuts with bold, chunky fringes and messed up layers. YESSSSSS!! These cuts are are my fave to do, choppy & sexy! Not only will you look smokin' hot, it's easy to create this look yourself in the mornings!

Fancy A Shag?
'The Shag' is set to dominate this year. The versatile cut is great for ladies with long or short hair. Either keep the look classic with soft layers or bring it into the 21st century with a blunt fringe or textured layers.

(Long textured shag)

(Long soft shag!)

The shorter shag definitely makes up in sex appeal what it lacks in length! Again, choppy layers gives this look a bit of attitude and a full fringe (be it to the side or forward) makes it super sexy!

This trend is also great for those of us that rocked the asymmetric styles of 2009 but want to move away from that in 2010. Its a pain in the derriere growing it out, right? Well the shorter shag is great for us! The layers and texture can soften that 'in between' style that we all hate and turn it into something to love. It works with the natural fall of our hair and looks great curly or waved. YAY, THE SHAG!

Brittany Daniel

The Bob 2010

The bob isn't ready to leave our bonces just yet! It's reinvented itself yet again so that we don't lose any love for this persistent little style!
......And it's worked! I love the punkyness (is that a word?!) of the choppy layers and the bold statement a blunt fringe can make. Bob, you are ace!

(Ladies cut & blow dry £27.50)

HIS: Creative Cuts New Year Trend

There seems to be two key looks that are destined to dominate 2010. They are 'The Grunge' and 'The Slick Back'. Lets have a closer look....

The Grunge

Gucci Menswear

George Lamb

This hair trend is all about texture. Which means no matter what your hair type be it straight, wavy or curly it'll look great as a barnet! You don't need to have longer hair to pull off this style either, shorter back and sides with a textured top looks amazing too!

Brad Pitt

The Slick Back

Ok so this trend might be a bit scary to some people, the fear of looking like Barbie's 'love piece' Ken might be a little too much to handle! But I'm really starting to like this style!

Hey, if the Cloonster loves it, who are we to argue?!!

George Clooney

(Gents cut & styling from £12)

HER: Keepsake Colours Summer 2009

A big trend for Spring/Summer 2009 is block colours. The key is to keep it simple, enhancing what you have gives your hair a healthy glow. You might think having a block colour will be boring but carefully placed tones within your hair can make it look stunning.
Hazel Shades

Careful Tones

Julia Roberts

HIS: Keepsake Colours Summer 2009

If you're feeling brave and want a change of colour, then this years colour trend may be for you! The 'Obvious Blonde' works well on shorter styles (see HIS: Creative Cuts Summer 2009) that are polished and defined.

Obvious Blonde

Dsquared2's Men's 2008/2009

If this isn't for you then don't worry, whatever your hair colour be it natural or enhanced just make sure it looks healthy and shiny. 2009 is all about polished looks so why not treat your locks to a moisturising treatment (short hair, £5) at La Moda.

HER: Creative Cuts Summer 2009

As always there is such a wide range of fasionable cuts for us ladies, but I would say there are two main styles that seem to be popular both in the celebrity world and spring/summer catwalk collections. Lets have a sneaky peeky....

Pixie Crop

Victoria Beckham

Mermaid Wave

Proenza Schouler & Tuleh Catwalks

HIS: Creative Cuts Summer 2009

Summer 2009 for the fashion conscious man is a an old school look with a modern twist, using the old classic 'short, back & sides' and reviving it with long textured locks on the top. The big fringe is the fundamental part of this cut as it can be styled in a number of different ways...

Swooping Fringe

Bottega Veneta Men's Spring-Summer 2009 catwalk

Preppy Parting

Calvin Klein Spring/Summer 2009

Fohawk Quiff

Sported at The Glamour Awards 2009