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There cheap, usable for things other than Hair Colouring and will soon become your essentials.
Photo: Tumblr Take a look around your kitchen and bathroom and you will find a treasure trove of products that can take your Colour from good to great. Consider these humble products a best kept secret. They are cheap, usable for things other than Hair Colouring and will soon become your essentials. Here are our 4 favourites. Vaseline This modest Product will make your Colouring so much cleaner and help bring the stress levels down. Apply it around your Hairline, ears or anywhere you get splats of Colour to save you from Colour staining. Cling Wrap Cling wrap is an absolute must must must to use when Colour Removing. By wrapping the Hair in cling wrap it encourages the process along. We also like to use it when doing a strand test or if we are Colouring sections, to stop the Colour bleeding into unwanted areas. Aluminium Foil Al foil, possibly our favourite of them all. If you're doing Highlights or Lowlights it's an essential. Use rectangle pieces to paint the Colour on the Hair and then fold it over to prevent bleeding and process the Colour. It also generates heat that helps the Hair lighten and keeps the Colour or bleach from staining unwanted areas. Coconut Oil Use coconut oil like vaseline to protect your face from Colour staining. Or as a treatment when your Hair is feeling a little worse for wear. You can also apply it to your Hair before you Colour, to weaken the Colour process for a less drastic Colour result.
Dear My Hairdresser, Currently I have Highlights and a Golden Blonde Colour in my Hair. Naturally, I'm a Dark sort-of-Auburn Blonde. I want to enjoy the winter months with a lo...
Photo: Tumblr Dear My Hairdresser, Currently I have Highlights and a Golden Blonde Colour in my Hair. Naturally, I'm a Dark sort-of-Auburn Blonde. I want to enjoy the winter months with a lower maintenance Hair Colour that is darker and richer. I’m thinking a Light Brown, but I still want my Highlights to show through. How do I do it? Thanks, Susie My Hairdresser Hi Susie, Great idea to make less work during the cooler months. Firstly, don't choose a Colour too dark, remember you can always go darker if you want. Secondly, because you say your Colour is Golden and has a lot of Warmth, adding a Natural Hair Colour over the top will be perfect. It can Tone your Colour and Highlights, while still leaving you with a Natural warmth. Go with a 5 Light Brown or 6 Dark Blonde if you want a shade a little lighter. If you want a little more richness and warmth, squeeze in some 5.53 Chocolate Brown for a lovely, warm Brunette that will leave your Highlights glowing through. Happy Colouring! My Hairdresser 5 Light Brown Shop Now 6 Dark Blonde Shop Now
It’s our current obsession/all time favourite hue, that appears to be a Tone that not so many are familiar with, outside of describing a type of wood. As you can imagine, to us ...
Photo: Tumblr It’s our current obsession/all time favourite hue, that appears to be a Tone that not so many are familiar with, outside of describing a type of wood. As you can imagine, to us that’s shocking, and we are here to immediately rectify the problem. So what is Mahogany? The best way to describe Mahogany is a reddish, brown shade. It’s deep, its dark, its oh so delicious. But unlike other shades of a similar description, Mahogany hues have cool and warm undertones. That makes it a Colour we can all enjoy. Mahogany is diverse and you’ll find it within Colour’s that have .5 in their Colour number, e.g. 5.53 Chocolate Brown, 6.5 Pure Plum, or Chocolates, Plums and some Red Hair Colours. It’s a Colour that is full of pigment and dimension. Photo: Tumblr Photo: Tumblr Imagine trading in your dull brown, for a warm, indulgent Chocolate to brighten up even the dullest Winters day. That's a Mahogany. Or wanting a Colour with a little more intensity and upping the ante by choosing a vibrant Red. That is also a Mahogany. It is more than just a hue. It's a volume creating, energy making Tone, that will take your Colour to the next level. Here are our favourite Mahogany Colours. 4.56 Deep Plum Red Shop Now 5.53 Chocolate Brown Shop Now 5.56 Intense Plum Red Shop Now 7.65 Intense Red Mahogany Shop Now