The Five Biggest Haircut Trends Of Autumn 2020

There are some awesome haircut trends of autumn 2020 we just had to share with you. Think rebellious crops and iconic throwbacks along with 60s and 70s references. This autumn has some incredible haircut trends coming. We have shared some of our favourite haircut trends of autumn 2020 with you in this blog posts. So, grab a cuppa, sit back and have a read while you dream up your next fab hairstyle.

  1. The Shag

The 70’s shag haircut is set to be the biggest haircut trend of this autumn. It works really well with long and short hair, while being easy to maintain. This haircut is a mixture of a feather cut around the face and lots of choppy layers to create some fabulous volume. If you’re looking to add more volume, a nice salt spray will be your perfect product.

  1. Bold Fringes

The bold fringe was a really popular look in the 1960’s and is back for more love and attention. From side fringes to heavier blunt bangs – autumn is definitely the season of the fringe. If you’re worried about overwhelming your face shape, opt for a lightly cut, wispy fringe.

  1. Blunt Bob

With the summer lockdown there was a real rise in grown-out bobs and lobs. This season, however, will be all about sharp blunt bobs that hit the jawline. Precision cutting of shorter styles will also take centre stage this autumn. If you have a rounder face, an angular or asymmetrical bob will frame your face perfectly.

  1. Pixie Crop

If you’re looking for the ultimate low maintenance cut, then the haircut trend of autumn for you in the pixie crop. It’s a really nice bold and voluminous style. Retro icons like Mia Farrow worked it well, but if you want to keep it modern go for choppy layers which will add great volume too.

  1. Classic Collarbone

The collarbone cut s a very class haircut trend for this season. If you’re not looking to go too short, then it’s the perfect haircut for you. This style is a classic face-framing style for all face shapes. If you’re looking to add volume, then stick to blunt ends and a few layers. This is a fantastic take on the sharp bob, without loosing the hair length you love.

Looking to try out one of these biggest haircuts trends this autumn? Call our team or book a hair appointment in Sawtry. We can chat about the style you like and talk about how it will work for you.


Beautiful Balayage Benefits

Balayage as a hair colouring technique is a really popular trend in our hair salon at present. In this blog post we would like to talk about what balayage is, how it works and what to expect from your balayage hair colour in Sawtry.

What Is Balayage?

Balayage is the French word for ‘sweeping’. It is a hair colour technique where a hairdresser uses their freehand hairdressing skills to sweep colour on your hair. The mid-lengths and ends of your hair will be coloured lighter than your roots. You will notice a gradual and stunning transition from your dark roots to the lighter tips. The gradual change in colour creates a gorgeous soft look for your hair.

Why Get Balayage Instead of Highlights In Sawtry?

Balayage allows us to create a customisable colour for your hair. There are lots more choices of colours and styles than simple highlights. Whether you are looking to create than sun-kissed hair looks or would like to try out a new bolder colour, balayage is the perfect option for you. Balayage provides a great canvas for your hairdresser to create the colours and tones of your choice.

Balayage Lasts Longer

While balayage takes longer to create than more simple highlights, the results are worth the wait. The longevity of your bespoke balayage colour will really last. Our clients that have balayage often notice that their colour lasts up to 2 months, or longer in some cases. We would recommend that you have a toner every 2-3 weeks to keep your hair looking vibrant. Make sure you still keep up your regular hair trims to keep your locks in great condition too.

Balayage Works For Greys

Some clients are concerned that because they have grey or white hair, they cannot have balayage in Sawtry. However, this is not the case at all. We apply a root colour to your hair first, and this colours are lighter hair. We then use the lightener on the mid-lengths and ends of your hair to perfectly blend the hair colour beautifully.


Want to know more about balayage in Sawtry for your hair? Call us now or book a free hair consultation.