The New-Season Hairstyle To Try Now

The New-Season Hairstyle To Try Now

By Lisa Niven-Phillips, Vogue

Luke Hersheson has not only launched a new salon this year, he's also created a book. September 6 sees the debut of Great Hair Days & How to Have Them, which the hairstylist describes as "a sort of style bible - everything from what to ask for at the hairdresser to care and cleansing. It’s supposed to make women’s lives easier". Here, Hersheson introduces one of the key hairstyles of the season - the grown-out '70s shag - and explains exactly how to achieve it.

The Style

"This sort of rock’n’roll, layered style is quite '70s, quite Stevie Nicks. It’s long, but it has the attitude of short hair."

Why To Have It

"In terms of trends, we don’t see the same one-style-per-season that we used to any more. People are a lot more individual, and there’s an anything-goes vibe. Having said that, I think we’re starting to see a move away from bobs and those shorter, more defined styles. People are missing their long hair! Especially in autumn when you want to tuck it into your jumper and feel like having the comfort of it."

What To Ask For When You Get It Cut

"The ends are really important - I actually talk in the book quite a lot about how having your ends cut a certain way can totally change the style. So for this you want those buttery, fluid, tapered ends, nothing too blunt."

How To Style It At Home

"Using a waving tong, wrap random sections around the iron. Once you’ve got your wave, run your straightening iron through the mid-lengths and ends opening and closing them to sort of flatten down some of those waves. Then finish with a bit of L’OrĂ©al Paris Elnett Hairspray."
How To Maintain It

"I don’t really believe the whole thing about needing a cut every six weeks. I think that came about in the ‘80s when it made sense because people had those more graphic cuts that needed maintaining. This kind of cut can actually last three or four months as it goes through different stages."
The New-Season Hairstyle To Try Now



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