Bristol Fashion Week SS17: Top hair trends with G&T

Bristol Fashion Week SS17: Top hair trends with G&T This season, we've teamed up with our friends at G&T's hair salon in Clifton Village to bring you the top catwalk hair trends for spring 2017. Thinking of changing up your look this season? You can go as bold or as subtle as you dare and Stylist Laura explains the top three hair trends of the season below to ensure your look is FROW-worthy!


The Cut

The Messy Bobby
If you've ever wished for hair that's long enough to style into buns and braids, yet short enough that it looks great on its own (and without requiring extra maintenance), then the messy bobby is for you. This wonderfully versatile cut looks great with blunt fringes, side swept bangs or centre partings. This seasons hottest bob looks especially great when styled into loose, easygoing waves for the perfect boho-chic look. A true chameleon, this style works on all hair types.

The Colour

Hair Colour is the new Make Up
Balayage was big last season and the trend continues with our clever stylists using this super creative technique to  enhance our clients unique beauty.
Contouring is a subtle combination of lighter and darker tones delicately framing your face and illuminating your complexion, while Strobing places strategically lightened pieces of hair around your face to highlight the cheek bones to their full potential!

The Shine

Shine on
Healthy hair is our stylists number one priority this season! Last season we created silver, rainbow, rose gold, peach, pink and galaxy colours to name but a few and we wouldn't be been able to do it with out our revolutionary new in salon treatment. INNOluxe is an incredibly powerful new repair solution that uses the latest protein technology to revolutionise the way we lighten, colour and repair hair.

So this season, whatever your shade, whatever your style let it shine!

G&T Salon is located in the heart of Clifton Village. Having a hair 'mare? Contact them on 0117 946 6051 for style advice or to book an appointment.