Hair Trends for 2014 from James Dun’s House Hairdressers & Beauty Spa in Aberdeen and Glasgow
What will be the big hair trends for 2014? At James Dun’s House hairdressers our team have predicted the top hairstyles for men and women for 2014 to you can look on-trend for the New Year.
If you are looking for a great new hairstyle, give the team at James Dun’s House a call now on 01224 648480 (Aberdeen) or 0141 2485864 (Glasgow) on you can easily book online. Or, if it’s a spot of pampering you’re after, why not check out our Aveda spa treatments!
Bold hair colours for 2014
Give your hairstyle a fresh new look in 2014 by choosing a dramatic new hair colour. Bold colours will be a big trend for 2014. Choose from bold reds, coppers, blues, pinks, blondes, brunettes…
For more on hair colour services, check out our hair colour at James Duns House for inspiration.
Bobbed hairstyles in 2014
The classic bob haircut should be worn shorter in 2014, finishing on or above your jawline. It can, however, be blunt, wispy or texturised.
Mermaid hair waves on-trend
Versatility is the key when it comes to long hairstyles for 2014. Long hair should either be worn poker straight hair or in romantic mermaid curls. A blunt fringe looks fabulous with long straight hair.
2014 trends for short hair
If you’ve been flirting with the idea of having short hair, now is the time! Short hair styles will be big news in 2014. We’ll see pixie cuts, short quiffed hairstyles, shaved sides, and choppy short haircuts.
Braided hairstyles in 2014
Braids and plaits were worked in many a celebrity hairstyle in 2013 and look set to stay a firm favourite in 2014. At James Dun’s House we can create incredible hairstyles with plaits, fishtails and braids so come and talk to us about the look you want to achieve. Great for a special evening out!
Men’s hair trends for 2014
Men’s hairstyles for 2014 will continue to look back to the 1940s, 50s and 60s for inspiration. We’ll see more variations on the quiffed hairstyle for men as well as classic slicked back men’s hairstyles. If you don’t fancy a quiff, consider introducing more height on top with curls or a spiky hairstyle.