McCarthy, editor of Virtualhaircare.com got this scoop from Jayne
on the latest trends in hair.
"What are your predictions in hair/colour for the coming
"More movement and texture within the hair cut - length
going from shorter to longer or vice-versa - we call this an A-line
shape. Also using disconnection (a 00's version of an undercut),
but not always underneath, can be used at the fringe or in the
hair to give overhangs and softness. The cut softens stronger
"What are the most requested styles in the salon at
"The most requested at the moment? Any sort of fringe,
either short and textured, long and sweepy or blunt classic fringe,
not really a particular length in the rest of the cut".
What do you think it is most important, for a client to tell
you, so that you can get their hairstyle right for them?"
Be honest with us, really tell us what you are thinking and
let us know how long you have to spend on your hair. Don't use
'hairdresser' terms when describing your new look, use laymens
terms such as touch, feel, look. Listen to your hairdresser as
to suitability, what you want and what suits you may be two completely
are your favourite products right now?"
Products? In three letters G.H.D - to narrow it down,
personally - DSM Shampoo and Conditioner and FAT Hair. I have
skinny hair and it makes my hair feel fab!!
out what we think about GHD's new range of products here.
are your tips for styling your hair at home?
"Get your products and equipment right. Starting from
the right shampoo through to correct brush, dryer etc. Give yourself
a fighting chance to recreate what your hairdresser creates. Ask
your stylist for home hair care tips and instructions, before
you leave the Salon".