Johannah Giblett is ready for a busy formal season
Johannah Giblett is ready for a busy formal season Chris Ison

Informal hairstyles are ‘on trend’ for 2015's school formals

SYDNEY fashion week hairstylist, Johannah Giblett has seen formal trends change over the years.

The hairstylist who works at R'na Hair Studio said 2015's hairdos were more natural looking than previous years.

"Most of the girls are favouring a soft up-do this year," Johannah said.

"The styles are very much all about incorporating loose, bouncy waves."

Johannah suggested those who wanted their hair to look at its best on formal day should take care of their locks all year round.

She said the use of good shampoo and conditioner in conjunction with a moisturiser was essential to keep hair healthy.


"Using the right products is very important, especially when it comes to moisturising your hair," she said.

Johannah said formal hairstyles change every year to keep on trend with what is 'in' season.

"Last year it was boohoo curls and the year before it was just curls," Johannah said.

"This year it's all about the classic hairstyles which are off the neck, giving a soft and relaxed feel."

Johannah said she would be very busy this week with formals coming up but looked forward to seeing the end results.



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