10 TRENDS FOR AUTUMN WINTER 2018 + HOW TO WEAR NOW // Fashion Mumblr
New Season Style Updates
You’ve got the floaty dress? Tick. The fringed bag? Tick. And high heel mules? Tick. Now, let your hair in on the boho mood of the season. For inspiration the Aveda pro’s reveal what’s trending cut and colour wise right now...
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You’ve got the floaty dress? Tick. The fringed bag? Tick. And high heel mules? Tick. Now, let your hair in on the boho mood of the season. For inspiration the Aveda pro’s reveal what’s trending cut and colour wise right now…
This spring/summer there’s a free-spirited approach so cuts and shapes are relaxed. Go for a bob with softened edges to create a tousled finish. For longer lengths, the vibe is lived-in and grown-out. It’s all about embracing your natural texture and curls for a romantic feel.
Similarly with hair colours there’s an understated feel. Blondes are creamy and soft, enhanced with subtle pastel undertones. Brunette tones are muted and dare we say it, verging on the mousey, for a naturally chic feel. With reds any shade goes, from scarlet to amber, as long as it works with your skintone. It’s about creating a tonal contrast to your skin tone. Get it right and you’ll set the room alight.
Whether you fear the frizz or dream of smooth, straight locks, find out how YOU can .
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