Meet the new Autumn/Winter cut trends on the block and discover
our signature cut techniques, unique to TONI&GUY.
Created by our multi-award-winning International Artistic Team, our cut menu has been designed with
the global client in mind, recognising the playfulness and variety of today’s fashion-led world
as a form of individual creative expression.
From textured cuts to shaggy 70s vintage bangs and the classic bob to trend-led
creative cut techniques – the options are endless.
Led by our team of innovative Stylists, equipped with the most progressive and globally renowned
education, technical tools and experience, discover a cut uniquely customised to you.
CHOOSE YOUR CUT
TONI&GUY SIGNATURE 2020 CUT TRENDS
INTO THE FRAY
A seamless style showcasing a loose perimeter with a frayed,
textured and edged veiled surface. A versatile look that can
be worn with many different partings, it draws inspiration from
explosions of tassels, frayed hemlines and feather trims within
fashion party wear as seen on the runway at Malan Breton,
Hellavagirl and Pam Hogg.
A mid-length shape with lived-in texture created by loose, internal
layers, designed to accentuate and expose your cheekbones.
The introduction of razor cutting to further adds to an effortless,
feminine feel. Reinvented with today’s California dreaming
inspiration and a feeling of wanderlust and escapism, Making
Waves is interpreted by designers through the Surf Luxe fashion
trend featuring neo prints and bright colours.
Featuring a shaggy, long fringe that frames the face for that 'peek-a-boo' look, cutting in soft layers throughout the longer lengths. This cut is all about removing the volume from the widest part of the head and allowing the strength to be seen through the perimeter – a contemporary take with an emphasised shape and added texture. The inspiration comes from the styles of the 1920s and the silhouettes created by the popular flapper headbands of the era. Celebrating a tailored silhouette in fashion with a focus on the contrast between the shoulder line and ‘pinched waist’.
Creates a perfectly detailed perimeter outline, interpreted by the
use of clean and tight graduation. Masculine elements stem from
the name ‘Shape - Up’ – a common barber shop term for neatly
refreshing or cleaning up the hair around the hairline to make
it straight. The fundamental detail of Shape - Up is androgyny.
Feminine aspects are drawn from the boiler suit trend – a looser
version of the jumpsuit but with tailoring in some areas to add
shape and highlight the figure.
The shape adds height at the top and reduces volume at the widest
part of the head, while the perimeter sits with texture and volume
– reminiscent of the shape of a bow turned vertically. Giving
an individual take on curly hair, the trend of natural movement
is embraced. A look inspired by the use of supersized bows in
fashion, whether that’s in hair or clothes as seen on the runway at
Xiao Li and Simon Mo.
ON YOUR BIKE
The style replicates the solid rounded shape of the biker’s helmet
that frames the face and the softness of hair blowing in the wind.
Direct inspiration for the style was taken from the cycling shorts
trend we have seen making quite an impact on the catwalks
and our wardrobes. On Your Bike represents the style of a
dynamic, adventurous girl and evokes feelings of freedom and