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Five haircuts and style tips for a new you

08 JANUARY 2013

A new hairstyle is the easiest way to update your look for the New Year  and everyone knows that a good hair day can make you look and feel on top of the world. 

Whether you want to experiment with a new colour, go for a Brazilian Blow Dry or a whole new cut, we have five favourite hairstyles to choose from to make sure that you have luscious locks every day for 2013.

 

New Year hairstyles by Rush Hair

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The award-winning team at Rush Hair salons have shared their top picks for New Year style with quotes from in-house professional artists to help you choose a style that matches your personality and how to maintain the freshly-styled look at home.

Dip-dye was hot in 2012 and it looks like the warm ombre-tinted palette is set to stay a favourite amongst the fashionistas far into the New Year. Talk over the process with your hairdresser before your appointment to pick a shade that suits you. Colour can be matched specifically a few shades lighter than your natural hair tones to create a seamless effect of natural post-summer highlights but for the more bold, deep pink is the perfect shade to enter Spring with a pop of confidence.

A smart chop is a bold move that will bring out your facial features with radiance whilst remaining easy to maintain and suitably chic from the office to the bar. Wear it slicked back in vintage style like the stunning Les Miserables star Anne Hathaway, or chopped up and messy for a laid-back weekend do which oozes effortless cool.

Without a doubt, the salon's 'The Showstopper' will turn every head this January. Big, bouncy and beautiful, this hairstyle brings warmth and vitality to the curliest of hair, just click on our full gallery of hairstyles to find out how to keep the moisture out of frizz-prone winter tresses...

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