Tim Scott -Wright gives us hair advice
Lisa Shepherd Hair Doctor
Tim Scott Wright, Leading Stylist with Lisa Shepherd
As the youngest ever member of the British Hairdressing Hall of Fame and three time Midlands Hairdresser of the Year Tim Scott-Wright is Birmingham’s hairdressing maestro. Tending to the tresses of everyone from Lee Ryan to Rachel Stevens, Pollyanna Woodwood, Lucy Kite and even Supernanny Jo Frost he’s the ‘go to’ man for all your hairdressing needs. With his finger on the pulse of what’s hot and what’s not he’s right up there with the UK’s most talented hairdressers and he’s here to give you the low down…
“Some seasons hit on a trend that just runs and runs. Think Boho chic, ballet pumps and skinny silhouettes. And for Autumn/Winter 2011 the trend-mania is unequivocally ROOTS. Think the delectable Drew Barrymore and the lovely Alexa Chung and you will get just the right mix of super cool and effortlessly sexy hair.
There is one delightful difference that will mark the coming seasonal trend out from its predecessors and that’s the return of mirror glass shine taking grunge to high octane glamour. As for the colours of the season, they merge magically from darkling and delicious to light with a bite! Slightly more punchy tones, we see cool browns being swapped out for cocoas and bronze; treacle and honeyed tones overtaken by darkest, deepest milk chocolate and gold.
“On the whole the look is far more expensive. It’s more French Riviera than East Side NYC and every strand is glazed to a glossy finish and dressed to perfection.” says the UK’s leading colourist Lisa Shepherd. “The mega-trend of full head blondes continues and it’s the edgier twist of brighter blonde that’ll make it ‘of the moment’.
Style-wise there are two ways to go over-blown or understated!
Overblown: is the full-on glamour from Chanel bobs to big ole American blowdries.
Understated: Olsen twin-esque, it’s a Hollywood grunge vibe with centre-parted fringe and long flowing layers.
The best news? You can’t get it wrong. Both are glam, both are gorgeous.
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