The shapes have a lightness and freedom underpinned by pure Sassoon technique. The classic Sassoon Isadora shape from 1972 is reimagined with gentle graduation and disconnected internal length to bevel the edge. The Mouche or Chelsea Cut is created in different lengths and textures. Tight curls are contoured into a heart shape inspired by the Sassoon heritage look Erté that frames the face. A shake inspired cut that frames the face is included as is a new version of the iconic Five Point.
The colour techniques for this season, feature classic two tone tint variations in clear symmetrical monochromatic tones of ebony and parchment, or asymmetrically placed anthracite and deepest violet. Short layered shapes are toned in colour melting shades of strawberry blonde. chevron shaped sections of blonde, work through the top of a Chelsea cut with the remaining hair coloured in pale peach. A layered Isadora is coloured in an elegant mix of dusky mute blondes, offset with the pureness of pure tone bleach sections.