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ghd Trend reveal

ghd Trend reveal
Sam Robinson

Each season, ghd Professional launches its Trend Reveal; a distilled edit of looks, designed to inspire and educate salons and their clients. Rather than providing salons with a carbon copy of catwalk looks, the Trend Reveal takes trending ideas and interprets them through the eyes of four key characters – four client types, that every salon will know and recognise. By identifying which of the four characters their client is, stylists are equipped with the knowledge and confidence required to interpret new season trends through a relevant, real-world lens – and give clients the looks they love.

Overarching Mood

This season, the overarching mood of the Trend Reveal is Mystic Queens; inspired by dark, ethereal fantasy and fusing romance and mysticism with a softly gothic mood. On the catwalks, this look was brought to life through the use of velvets, brocades and embroidery at Valentino, Alexander McQueen, Dries Van Noten, Prada, Erdem and Simone Rocha. On the high street, crystal jewellery prevails, stars, moons and horoscopes appear on embroidery and floor-length dresses in jewel tones with long sleeves and cape detailing are trending for the upcoming season.

Mysticism

Away from the catwalks, mysticism is becoming mainstream with crystal healing, meditation and tarot no longer viewed with quite the same dose of cynicism, as they provide an alternative option for security in increasingly uncertain times. Apps like Co–Star – the NASA-powered daily horoscope – provide cool girls with daily guidance, while best-selling beauty brands like Herbivore, Glossier and Girl

Crystals

Undiscovered build their products around the power of crystals. Part handbook, part fashion magazine, Sabat claims to combine ‘Witchcraft, feminism and art’, while The Love Witch is one of the year’s most-watched films on Amazon Prime.

Trend Reveal

So, what does all this look like for ghd Professional’s Trend Reveal? Hair that is beautiful, undoubtedly, but with an aerated, fairytale feel, delicate detailing and otherworldly textures. This party season, the ghd Queens reclaim the night, making it a domain for self-exploration, awareness and a space to centre with their spiritual self.

4 Different Interpretations

The Trend Reveal revolves around four different interpretations of the Mystic Queen, with four new takes on waves and four new ways to wear up; two of which are perfect for everyday salon styling, and two of which feature more detailing – perfect for shoots, special occasions and Instagram-induced envy. Each look is designed to maximise styling opportunities in the salon, showcasing the hairdressers’ knowledge and expertise as well as the technical innovation and capabilities of ghd’s professional styling range.

Meet the Queens

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Queen of Cool

This is the client who is happy to stand out from the crowd and try something new. She’s edgy, aware and loves look-at-me style. Combining vintage finds, designer drops and pieces from indie Instagram brands, she’s defiant and proud to be different.

This season’s key look is Irregular Texture; a quirky wave that’s flat on top with diverse texture – but still lean and flattering. The alternative look is Spun Hold; a seriously cool updo that allows hairdressers to flex their technical skills with an advanced braiding technique that requires four pairs of hands for a show-stopping collaboration.

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Queen of Chic

Always pristine, this is the client who loves the classics and aspires to Meghan Markle levels of effortless elegance. Her love of polished chic doesn’t mean she’s not open to to trends; they just need to be filtered through her personal desire for a flawless finish.

This season it’s all about DNA Dynasty; a chic take on the social media sensation that is the DNA wave. It’s a very formed, sculpted look that’s all about shine and elegance. The updo variant on this trend is Pony Club; a groomed, dressed ponytail at the nape of the neck with volume in the crown and softly curled face-framing tendrils.

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Queen Striver

She’s the client that’s always in Zara and happily transforms her entire look each season to reflect the trends – Queen Striver loves the high street and embraces the challenge of taking on a new aesthetic every few weeks, making her the salon’s dream clients.

This season, she’s taking on the Effortlessly Ethereal trend; a loose wave with soft texture that kicks out for a youthful, relaxed feel. Worn up, the Back Knot is a loose take on an updo with a soft knot and a relaxed silhouette – ideal for shorter hair, too.

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Insta Queen

Doing it for the likes, the Instagram girl loves statement looks that stand out as you scroll and make her the star of Stories. Her carefully-curated feed is envy inducing, and while she knows her stape styles (and her angles) she’s also keen to try anything new that will make an impact on the ‘Gram.

This season, it’s all about Crafted Curls. Big, beautiful, pulled-out curls with a flattering swoosh, this style is uber-sexy but still super-cool. The updo alternative is the Cross Braid, featuring different braid techniques combined in an updo. Decidedly non-festival, this look combines dressing with braiding for an evening glam look.

For more information about the brand, visit ghd hair here.