Ask The Experts: Whats Happening For Winter? June 10, 2019 17:10

Few things can bring on the urge for a new hair cut or colour than the onset of a new season.

A change in temperature—and subsequently our wardrobes—can drive an overwhelming desire to have a dramatic chop, a fresh hue or even a change in how you style your hair.

So we asked new addition to the Morgan & Morgan team, Karl Mohring to give us his predictions for the coming season

With spring/summer 2019 gone, autumn/winter 2019 will usher in a new approach to your tresses that prioritises embracing your natural texture, creating more layers and fun colour hues...but here are all the trends that will bring the heat this winter


After a summer of pretty pastels its time to turn up the heat this winter. Take your candy coloured tones and add a new intensity with jewel shades like fuchsia, emerald, amethyst, and eggplant 


The blow-dry is back, after years of beach waves with hot tools now more and more clients are wanting a great blow-dry again. Bouncy, loose waves created by a ceramic round brush is the go to, so why not come in and see us for a weekly 'do'!!


Pixie crops really make a statement. Think Edie Campbell and Robin Wright Penn. It's bold and beautiful.


Following on from the low maintenance colour trend, going darker at the root area than the colour on the mid-lengths and ends is a great way to move on from sun bleached, summer hair. Not to be confused with obvious regrowth, this look is still chic not cheap.


Soft, side-swept parts give a laid-back, boho feel whilst sleek and straight are sharp-looking, like you mean business.


The 'Icelandic blonde' trend is the purest of blonde, almost pearl white. It refers to a clean, fresh, icy look that suits cooler and more fair skin tones. Be warned, this stunning colour is a high maintenance commitment but the results a striking


Another trend from European Fashion weeks, matching your hair colour and clothes will be another strong look in 2019, with coral pink standing out. A variation of pink can work with any eye colour and skin tone and, as it fades out, gives a beautiful variety of tones.


There is still a huge nod to embracing your hair's natural texture with the bob continuing to reign through autumn/winter. Whether it's blunt cut or textured, we can cut to work with your natural wave or curl. If your hair is poker straight, opt for a sharper cut and go with what your hair responds best to.


Think centre part and one-to-two-month growth from a full fringe. The fringe is cut textured and loose with a 70s feel.


It's a super soft full base with a frame of the front hairline, to lift the complexion and create soft grow out with the highlights.


It's mid-neck, one length, sharp and precision in the way it's cut. Your hair colour is one solid colour. You wear it straight and shiny. It's a bold and head turning look!


Following months of harsh summer sun, super glossy hair will be back! Who doesn't love hydrated hair with a light reflective shimmer through it? Perfectly suitable for warm rich chocolate browns or caramel toned blondes, Vibrance ammonia-free, demi-permanent colours rich in conditioning agents are perfect to hydrate and add shine


Oversized fancy hair clips & pins are the rage at the moment and something we are seeing all over the red carpets. Hair accessories glamourise any 'do' instantly and make a statement


Cool and grunge-y blondes are taking a back seat this season as warmer and more glamorous tones switch gears and dominate. We will see wheat blonde, which is the pale neutral shade on the cooler side as a seasonal colour, in highlights, balayage and full head colour


With actresses like Sophie Turner and Madelaine Petsch some clients want to have more fun and embrace different looks that can suit their warmer skin tones. We are seeing more peach & strawberry blondes, and also fiery reds, apricot reds, ginger reds and copper.