What's the New "It" Hair? 4 Experts Weigh In

Because really, you need to know what to tell your stylist.

Because really, you need to know what to tell your stylist.
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According to Edward Tricomi, Master Stylist and Co-Founder Warren-Tricomi Salons
"The 'new shag'—short to mid-length messy-looking hair—is really making a comeback. People are coming in and asking for lots of short interesting cuts these days."
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According to Joel Warren, Master Colorist and Co-Founder at Warren-Tricomi Salons
"All the different colors is the hottest thing right now. A more mature crowd is asking for colorful hair and not young hipsters, so it's becoming a lot more mainstream and a little less unusual."
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According to Ted Gibson, Celebrity Hairstylist and L'Oréal Professionnel Artist
"I think we're going to continue to see a lot more of the knot going forward—any kind of knot, whether it be a top knot, a low knot, or a half-up/half-down knot. This look is chic and effortless, yet high fashion!"
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According to Devin Toth, Celebrity Hairstylist at Salon SCK and Spokesperson for Rowenta Beauty
"When it comes to color, mermaid hair color or sand-art hair color is it. Everyone from Kelly Osbourne to Kelly Ripa has been a part of this eccentric trend."
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