Hair Trends by Salon De Legge
Salon De Legge - Opole - Poland has enjoyed the distinction of being voted by Goldwell as one of the top 5 hair salons in Poland. The salon launches hair collections every year at the Polish National Hair Show, followed with photo shoots and press releases with publications like Passion, Clips, Salon and other magazines throughout the world. De Legge European Salon in Asheville brings an international flair to North Carolina.
Here we see three views and two style variations of a single base cut. The cut itself is shoulder-length with an angled cut line at the bottom edge which is textured to soften and give a gentle curve to the line. The top section is cut into an overlapping, extended fringe with steep angles and geometric shaping.
In the last photos below we see a razor-cut style that features a chin-length fringe and targeted blonde color to accentuate the fringe area. The shoulder-length hair is further highlighted by panels of blonde color on the outer layers of the hair which create a visually interesting effect as the hair moves.
Styled for Smoothness
Here the hair is styled for smoothness and a healthy shine and finish. The hair is parted with an angled parting which divides the angle-cut fringe over the left eye. These photos show two views of the same style of the cut to give a full perspective of the total look.
Cascade of Texture
This photo gives a new styling element to the cut to create a whole new look. The lower crown and nape areas of the head are styled with curl which is then backcombed for lift and volume to create a softer, but structured cascade of texture in the style. This enhances the silhouette and grants additional visual interest to the style.
The targeted hair color segments also add to the definition of the volumized hair by creating interspersed color-curls in the hair.
This photo shows the hair styled into a partial updo which forms a conical twist in the top section. The right side is swept upward and across the crown section while the nape and left side sections are left to fall in a softly, straight style. Note the play of color in the twisted and upswept portions of the hair.
Array of Hair Color Variance
This photo shows another style that is not precisely an up-style but features the top section drawn back to the crown and confined. The styling is smooth and free-moving, except of course for the confined portions of the hair.
The top section that is drawn back splits a panel of lightened hair in the fringe section. The overall effect of the styling variations is to give a surprising array of color variance in the finished style.
Panel Hair Coloring
This photo shows the hair styled straight. The hair is likely blown-out and ironed to create smooth, yet mobile locks of hair. The straight styling emphasizes the panel coloring and helps to provide a basis upon which many variations can be constructed.
Hairstyles: Jola De Legge & Dawid Klimek
Hair Salon: Salon de Legge - Opole & Asheville