Autumn-Winter Hair Guide 2020

HaircareOctober 8th, 2020
Charlie Miller, Styling since 1965

The days are shortening, the temperatures are dropping, and you and your hair are probably in need of a boost. We asked some of our Salon Managers for their top trend predictions and their inspiration for Autumn-Winter hair trends.

If you are in the mood for something new, we have all the inspo you need.

Hair Styling

“This season is all about TEXTURE. We see Burberry kicking off LFW with soft textures in both their clothes and hair. You can create texture in even one length hair using heated tools. There are tongs, hot brushes, irons, and wands on the market that allow us to create different textures.” – Cat Nicholson, Ocean Terminal

“With the launch of the ghd Rise this is the season to use this amazing tool and create the flow of your hair effortlessly. Think ‘model of the moment’ Olivia Vinten. Use Charlie Miller Mousse for heat protection and lift and finish with Charlie Miller Gloss Oil to pull off that runway look.” – Roz Orr, South St Andrew Street

“A/W hair is very minimal and effortless with a focus on centred or the side of the head partings with loose soft straight ends as seen on Bella Hadid for Burberry and Kaia Gerber for Bottega Veneta.” – Elle Craik, Stafford Street

Our brand-new Charlie Miller Haircare volume products are a must-have for creating body, volume and hold. Shop online here.


Hair Colour

“A/W hair will be seriously soft and sexy. Think modern Bardot; beautiful flowing golden hair that can be adjusted in every colour pallet. From glowing brunettes and wheat coloured blondes to sunset tones of red.” – Roz Orr, South St Andrew Street

“Laidback colour will be huge this season. Think low maintenance barely-there balayage like Rosie Huntington-Whitely and soft baby lights like Alexa Chung.” – Amber Swift, Holy Corner

Ready for a new colour? You can find your nearest Charlie Miller salon here.


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