What picture will you be ripping out of a fashion mag or saving to your phone while scrolling though Instagram so that you can show it to your stylist at the salon and say, “Give me that!” next time you sit in their chair?

Looks like shorter locks are in for 2018! From wavy lobs to platinum pixie cuts, we have the jump on what hues, textures, and lengths that will reign supreme over the next 365 days. Here are the haircuts you’ll be asking for in the new year.

Wavy Lob

A versatile wavy lob works with any outfit or season; it can also be worn down or pulled back into a pony. To nail this look, ask for a blunt cut to sit just under the shoulders with a few layers added around the edges to lighten the length. Finish off with soft waves to add volume and texture.

Pixie Cut

Up your style game with a sophisticated fresh pixie cut. For those who are daring, go ultra-short or to keep some length opt for a longer Pixie with length around the front with bangs. Freshen up your Pixie this summer by going Platinum.

Centre Part Bangs

Bangs never go out of style, but hot Queensland weather doesn’t always lend to a thick blunt bang. Change it up by cutting in a thinner style fringe and parting it in the middle then effortlessly sweeping it to the sides of the forehead. Finish off the look with some loose waves.

Sleek Bob

Balayage and Ombre have been popular over the past few years and while they look amazing, the lightening treatments can leave the ends of hair brittle and damaged. Freshen up your hair like with a major chop to a sleek bob from the chin or shoulder length for those not ready for a drastic change.

Why not pop into any one of our 12 Epic Hair Designs throughout Brisbane and discuss the possibilities with one of our many professional stylists who are trained Goldwell Stylists and Colourists.

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