Here at Lunaz Salon we take our consultations seriously Our professional stylists will take into account the shape of your face, lifestyle, the time you have for home styling, and the balance between your features (nose, mouth, ears and forehead) to advise you on styles that would compliment – rather than just “fit in” with the latest trends.
Clippers, razors and top quality brand scissors are used by our team to not only change the shape of your hairstyle, but also in creating:
Volume – density and amount of hair body
Texture – sharp, wispy, smooth or blunt
and Movement – swept, sleek, wavy, or structured
Your stylist may use some or all of these techniques when customizing the perfect hair cut for your hair as the texture, direction of growth and volume may vary between your hair’s crown, nape, bangs and sides.
Some facial features that require a careful choice of hair style –
a pronounced nose can be disguised with hair cut onto the face in soft, graduated sides.
short necks need graduation that adds width to the head and extends the neck.
long faces can suit soft waves or a short choppy hair cut with width
Although we are happy to describe below a few of the latest fashions in hair cut and styles, the last 5 years has seen a move away from a one-size-fits-all look. Fashions and trends are now a lot more inclusive and varied, meaning there is always a style to suit your face and hair.
Blunt cut fringes have been a trend for the last 2 years (Kate Moss, Madonna etc.) and side-swipe fringes are now in-vogue and work so well with the hair-ups and party clothes we all like to wear. Hollywood glamor is a very strong theme for the coming year with 40’s and 50’s hair styles appearing on catwalks and photo-shoots. We will be seeing this look on billboards everywhere over the next few months. Classically groomed men is definitely one of the more popular styles of the last year. Think of Brad Pitt or Matt Damon – hair cut to perfection, but not too short – and always a super-clean shave. Why are men difficult? No, we don’t mean socks all over the bedroom floor or a strange desire to eat burgers at 4 am. Cutting men's hair can be technically more challenging than women because the often shorter styles are far less forgiving of hair cut errors in guide-lines, graduation and weight. Good news guys! It is the day and age when the person wears the hair cut, rather than the other way around. Gone are the days of the must-have hair cut! There will always be trends, but conform only to what looks good on you. Some of the hottest looks for men’s hair cut and styles are:
The always classic men’s hair cut, for a more conservative look.
A progressive twist on the classic, incorporating softer design lines and added texture…for men who like to set the trend, not follow it.
Heavy but precise tops with short tapered sides for the modern day retro look.
man buns and thick beards
Remember don't follow trends! Make your own trend! Your style should be specially suited to you-your head shape, personality, hair texture, facial features and overall look.