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Saying see you later to Winter, also means you can give your heated Products a rest. Let your hair down, literally, and start getting reacquainted with the humble air dry.
Photo: Tumblr Saying see you later to Winter, also means you can give your heated Products a rest. Let your hair down, literally, and start getting reacquainted with the humble air dry. Photo: Tumblr Photo: Tumblr Photo: Tumblr Photo: Tumblr Photo: Tumblr Photo: Tumblr
What's not to like about air drying? It’s low maintenance, saves your Hair from being dried out by the heat and makes life that much easier. Sounds so simple right? Well, that's...
Photo: Tumblr What's not to like about air drying? It’s low maintenance, saves your Hair from being dried out by the heat and makes life that much easier. Sounds so simple right? Well, that's the little bit we want to talk about. Air dried Hair takes a little more work than just having a shower. Done right, your Hair will look fabulous. Done wrong and your Hair could look better dirty. Here's how to avoid a disaster. Our first tip: there is no one size fits all. You know your Hair better than anyone. The one method of air drying, isn’t for all Hair types. Those who were lucky enough to be born with curly Hair may need more Product than those with fine Hair. Take this all into account. Choose your Conditioner well Let’s start at the beginning. Your conditioner choice is important. We always recommend investing in a good Shampoo and Conditioner, that suits your Hair type. Focus the conditioner on your ends, and for those of you with curly or thick Hair, leave it in don’t wash it out. Choose your Towel wisely The key to a good air drying is not rubbing your Hair with a towel. To remove the dampness, gently blot, or squeeze, your Hair to get rid of the moisture. Choose a micro fibre towel or even wrap your Hair up in a soft cotton t-shirt. Their threads are fine and won't disturb your Hair. Typical towel fibres give you the beginnings of frizziness. Comb only Don’t bother with the brush for this one. Use a comb once you have towel dried, detangling your Hair into a part. Keep the part where you want it to be when your Hair is dry. Choose your Product based on your desired Hairstyle Before adding Product, think about what you are aiming for. Use a salt spray to add some texture to your Hair, or opt for a serum if you have curls, to let it do its own thing. Use your fingers to comb through the Product. The next day use a dry shampoo to add some volume. Try a Hairstyle Add a little more shape by swirling your Hair into a high bun to finish drying, to later pull it out into perfect loose waves as you walk out the door. Try this hairstyle from Daily Makeover Or why not try a braid. Do two smaller braids from the top of your head for a tighter full head of curls and volume. Or start half way down the head with thicker, looser braids, for a relaxed wave. Just like seen here at refinery29
September is the month of fashion in New York. We see the leading ladies, Anna, Grace and Carine, running from one fashion show to another, stepping out in simple, stylish outfi...
Photo: Tumblr September is the month of fashion in New York. We see the leading ladies, Anna, Grace and Carine, running from one fashion show to another, stepping out in simple, stylish outfits. Spending time with some of the greatest minds in fashion. Karl Lagerfeld once said, “trendy is the last stage before tacky”. Like Karl, these women know the value of a timeless look. They know you don’t need to walk around with a headful of Blue Hair to get noticed. So to celebrate Spring Colouring, in all it’s glory, we have profiled our 3 favourite classic Colours on our 3 favourite woman, so you can take a page out of their book and stand out in all the right ways. Photo: Tumblr Photo: Tumblr 6 Dark Blonde 6 Dark Blonde is a popular choice, particularly when looking for that elegance. It is commonly mistaken for a Light Brown, but really belongs to the Blonde family. It’s smooth, well Toned and an amazing Natural Colour choice, that highlights your features. Try these Products 6 Dark Blonde View Instore 20 Volume Developer View Instore 6 DARK BLONDE 2 PACK View Instore Photo: Tumblr Photo: Tumblr 6.2 Dark Beige Blonde 6.2 Dark Beige Blonde, as seen here on Carine Roitfield, is a creamy, toned version of a 6 Dark Blonde. It is a stylish Blonde, with its Cool Tones that create a high fashion Colour. Choose it especially if you have any warm reflects you want to Cool down. Try these Products 6.2 DARK BEIGE BLONDE View Instore 20 Volume Developer View Instore 6.2 DARK BEIGE BLONDE 2 PACK View Instore Photo: Tumblr Photo: Tumblr 6.4 Dark Copper Blonde Think vintage. Think fun. Think Grace Coddington. 6.4 Dark Copper Blonde mixes the depth of a 6 Dark Blonde with the beauty of Copper to create a strong, vibrant Colour. It has a different edge, because it is a little Darker than the usual Copper Blonde, giving you that hit of Colour! Try these Products 6.4 DARK COPPER BLONDE View Instore 20 Volume Developer View Instore 6.4 DARK COPPER BLONDE 2 PACK View Instore