Swinter is the perfect excuse (if an excuse is required) to find your new signature do! This season, hairstyles are beautifully crafted to enhance colours and features......they are generally soft with face-framing layers what ever the length. There is a lot of influence from the 60's for the shorter styles (think Twiggy) and the 70's for those ultra healthy, layered medium to long length hairstyles.
Gone are the days of simple blondes and brunettes, when you are looking for your new hair hue, these are the hair colours you must consider Hair Colour Menu Decoded Ecaillé Colour French for tortoiseshell, this colour technique blends a multi-tude of rich warm tones to create a super sophisticated and stylish hair colour
Rich Girl Hair has landed Rich Girl hair is the cult hairstyle we are craving. Smoother, healthier, cleaner locks are high on the hair agenda at Royston Blythe as the new season shifts away from the crunchy, tousled beach wave effect and brings back hair elegance, sophistication and glamour in a nonchalant way.
Time to consider a pixie crop?
The bob hairstyle is an iconic haircut that became the height of fashion throughout the roaring 1920's - as women became more confident and expressed their individuality their hair became their power statement, it was the time of The Great Gatsby and The Flapper Girls. The bob was a statement of decadent glamour during this decade. The bob is a haircut that is also synonymous with Nick Malenko's favourite era, The Swinging 60's! This decade became home to the Bouffant Bob - it was about women celebrating big beautiful hair during this glamourous and rock and roll era.
During summer months, there’s plenty to look forward to; whether that’s jetting off to a sun-soaked beach abroad, meandering through Shrewsbury town centre or attending a special occasion with family and friends close to Wolverhampton. Celebrity hairdresser Royston Blythe admits that there’s no better time to update your look with a fabulous new summer hairstyle that’ll be perfect for everything you’ve got planned. Knowing where to start isn’t easy though, you need professional advice to get it right.