Trends for winter 2011 go from the easy to do style revamp through to the high maintenance change.
Easy Ombre Trend, a low cost style revamping your winter looks
If your hair is already colored and the roots are starting to show do not fret as the ombre trend is happening naturally to your hair! To step it up a notch or get your desired ombre shade ask your colorist to darken your roots and lighten the end strands.
One Hue, One Step
Whether you want rich brown or champagne blonde opt for a one step one color change to keep your strands low maintenance. Remember for winter 2011 the richer the color the better, so try dark shades of your chosen color that will make your strands appear glossy.
Deep Reds, warming winter up
Brassy reds are out and deep warm red hues are in. Be warned red shades are high maintenance but when dyed correctly can look fabulous.
Mid length hair is perfect for winter, it can be styled up into a short up-do or left loose for a smart bob. Leave hair two inches below shoulder length for a style fresh for winter.
If you have naturally curly hair smooth the roots out with some frizz ease cream/gel and loosen the curls to create casual waves. If your hair is straight then curl, using tongs, ensuring to keep curls loose and flowy not tight. Think summer beach wavy hair made sleeker for the city winter season.
Seen across the runway, Lanvin for one, for fall/winter 2011/2012 were braids that have gone glamorous with a new twist. Keep hair tousled at the top for a casual chic style and then braid, leaving a few small strands out, to one side. Spray all over with a high shine spray for the finished glamour look.
Ponytails, both mid and low tied
Both mid and low tied ponytails are in trend for winter 2011; just make sure the look is sleek and glossy. Key tools include flat irons, frizz ease serum and shine spray.
For winter 2011 change you color, length or try a new hair technique. Revamping has never been so easy or versatile!