Tsiknaris Hair’s Guide to the Hottest Hair Trends of 2024

Brisbane’s leading voices in the hair industry – Bill Tsiknaris shares his thoughts on the hair trends set to take off in 2024!

As we welcome the new year, it’s the perfect opportunity to rejuvenate your style, starting with your hair. At Tsiknaris Hair, we’ve been keeping a pulse on the evolving trends, and I’m thrilled to share with you the top five hair trends that are set to take 2024 by storm. Last year was a whirlwind of hair innovation, but this year, we’re bringing a blend of practicality and flair to your tresses. Here’s what’s turning heads this season.

Voluminous Layers

The iconic ’90s are making a comeback but with a modern twist. Think of the “Layered Luxe” look, reminiscent of the famous “The Rachel” cut. This style is all about creating movement and volume with sweeping layers. It’s been gaining momentum on social media, with the “Sorority Girl Blowout” becoming a viral sensation. As Sofia Richie and other celebs have shown us, a polished look paired with preppy fashion is in vogue.

To nail this trend, it’s all about the sheen. Your hair needs to be in top health to truly shine. So, my advice? Invest in your hair care routine. Regular trims are also a must to keep those layers crisp and fresh.

Retro Fringe

Dive into the ’80s nostalgia with what I like to call the “Retro Fringe” trend. It’s a softer, more wearable take on the decade’s bold styles, blending curtain bangs with a shaggy texture. To get this look right, ask for wispy layers that merge seamlessly with your hair’s length. But a word of caution: too much layering, and you might find yourself in mullet territory. It’s all about balance.

The Bombshell Lift

Nothing screams ’90s supermodel like a “Bombshell Lift” — think voluminous locks with a casual part. Spotted on the runways and red carpets, the bombshell look is making a big splash. For an edgier vibe, incorporate mermaid waves to add texture and even more volume.

Dimensional Tones

Neutral tones have been ruling the colour scene, but we’re taking a page out of Rihanna’s book with “Dimensional Tones.” This summer, it’s all about rich, multifaceted browns. Imagine a milk-tea brown with warm highlights or a chocolate base with Cherry Cola red accents. The key is in the mix of warm and cool tones, creating a luminous effect that’s anything but flat.

Structured Short Cuts

If you’re considering a shorter style, “Structured Short Cuts” are the way to go. Volume is still the name of the game but with a structured, chunky approach. These cuts are bold and make a statement, but they do require maintenance. Regular trims are a vital component of maintaining a sharp and intentional style.

At Tsiknaris Hair, we’re not just about following trends; we’re about creating personalised styles that make you feel confident and current. So, come in, and let’s make 2024 your most stylish year yet.

Written by Bill Tsiknaris

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