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    Sassoon Salon offers New Hairstyles from Classic Looks

    New hairstyles from classic haircuts are what Mark Hayes, the Creative Director for Sasoon Salon International, has unveiled for their Spring/Summer collection called Blithe. The cool and classic 1940’s are what inspired these new hairstyles. I like the looks because each look in the collection is unique and fresh, yet will still look classic and chic years from now as well.

    “New Hairstyles
    from Sassoon Salon”

    Seems like ideas for new hairstyles can’t come to us quick enough. My clients want to try new hairstyles, my friends are asking for what’s new and our readers are always looking for the next new hairstyles out there.  So, here are some great hairstyles from a great group of artists. I have always admired Sassoon’s hairstyles because they are always classic looking, yet something about them are fresh, fun and different than everything else that’s out there.

    New Hairstyles Collection: Blithe by Vidal Sassoon
    Short Styles from Sassoon Salon

    New Hairstyles
    A fresh alternative to a graduated bob

    If you want something short and sassy, take a look at this new short hairstyle from the Sassoon Salon Collection. It is simple and uncomplicated, which is perfect for someone will a full-time job or kids.This new hairstyle is both professional looking and vogue, and best of all it’s quick and easy to style.

    To style this haircut run a lightweight gel through damp hair, slicking your hair back with a wide-tooth comb. Try adding a headband to keep hair in place for a sleek look or adding in a bodifying treatment like Kerastase Nutritive Mousse Nutri-Sculpt Bodifying Hair Foundation and air dry and finish by styling with your fingers.

    Medium Length New Hairstyles from Sassoon

    New Hairstyles
    New Hairstyles, A perfect solution for that in-between length

    I love this look because it is perfect for my clients who are in the process of growing out their hair. Adding full bangs to medium length hair is a great way to try something different without cutting any length. This new hairstyle calls for a thick, full bang that is straightened and the rest of the hairstyle is full of body.

    You can get this look by scrunching in mousse like the one suggested above throughout hair (except for your bangs). Then blow dry bangs straight with a flat paddle brush and flat iron if necessary.

    Long Hairstyles from Sassoon

    New Hairstyles
    Something sleek and chic, this long new hairstyle is super stylish

    If you aren’t willing to part with your long locks, new hairstyles may seem scary to you. But the Sassoon Salon group has come up with a solution for this. This chic long hair style is perfect for keeping your length, but adding something new. The full fringe shown in the picture is a great way to add something different to your long hairstyle.

    Not willing to get fringe that full? No problem. Try any style of bangs to create a new look from your current hairstyle.

    Style this look by using a flat iron and ironing hair in small sections until you achieve this super sleek and straight look. If this will be your everyday look, I’d suggest using a heat protectant like TIGI S-Factor Heat Defender Flat Iron Shine Spray, which will protect hair from heat damage and give strands a brilliant shine.

    If you are looking for ideas for new hairstyles, I’d highly suggest trying one of these Sassoon Salon’s looks from the Blithe Collection.  These looks are fun, fresh and new without being unusual.

    1 Comment »

    1. Hi! Great article on Vidal Sassoon! However, wanted to give you a heads up– Vidal Sassoon (the man) didn’t put this collection together, it was actually the Sassoon Salon International Creative Director, Mark Hayes. Also, over the last few years, the salon group has changed its name to Sassoon. Check out the site:

      Comment by Audrey Evensky — July 14, 2009 @ 7:52 am

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