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And I took every bit of her advice.
My Hair Colour needed an update and after talking with my own My Hairdresser Colour Consultant, she guided me through the entire process — Products, Applications, everything — to help me achieve the Colour I had in my mind. The Colour Brief My Current Hair Colour I have grown out Highlights which are beginning to look brassy and Dark, Natural roots that are around a 5 Light Brown. The Colour I Want To Be I want my Colour to be low maintenance like a Balayage, keeping my Darker Shade close to my Natural Regrowth Colour. I’m happy with the Lightness of my ends, they are just in desperate need of a Tone and I want my Colour to smoothly transition from Dark to Light. Products I Used After speaking with my Colour Consultant, we decided Ash Colours would be perfect for my brassy ends and the Warmth I throw Naturally in my Regrowth. Regrowth / Base Colour Colour Mixture: 1/2 x 6 Dark Blonde + 1/2 x 7.1 Ash Blonde with 20 Volume Developer. 6 Dark Blonde 7.1Ash Blonde 20Volume Developer Highlighted / End Colour Colour Mixture: 9.1 Light Ash Blonde with No Lift Developer. 9.1Light Ash Blonde No Lift Developer Application Step 1. I applied my Base Colour over my Natural roots until I met the beginning of my Highlights, where I started staggering the Colour down to avoid a flat, harsh Colour line. Once I covered the top area, I started the timer for my 40 minutes processing time. Step 2. After the Base Colour reached 20 minutes processing, I combed my Hair from top to bottom. (My Colour Consultant suggested to do this to help blend my Colour and I too would recommend it!) Then I applied my Toning mix to my un Coloured ends and continued processing my Colour for a further 20 minutes. Once I reached my processing time, I washed it out and blow dried.
We call it simple brilliance.
Simple brilliance or brilliantly simple, we can’t decide which best describes Colouring with a Natural shade best. Yes, you read that right — Colouring with a Natural Shade — because it’s the instant Hair lift that gives you a fresh, woke-up-like-this canvas. So when we want to keep it simple without being too simple, we’re using a Natural Hair Colour shade and here’s why. The Naturals Ranges’ purpose is to Highlight - your Hair, your skin and your facial features. It’s easy, low maintenance Colouring at its best, but we specifically use them to Colour with a shade that is basically identical to our Natural (Regrowth) Colour because it’s an excellent Colouring move. Why? For one, when you’re choosing a Colour close to your Natural you already know it will suit you and it’s the best Colour booster you can get. The secret of Natural shades is that they are solid Colours, so they attract tonnes of Light — which makes them super shiny and the perfect Colour base, plumping your Hair with flushed, glossy Natural Tones while the intense hydrating ingredients inbuilt in each Colour, deeply conditions your Hair with each application. How to Colour with a Natural Hair Colour Shade. Step 1. Identify your Natural Hair Colour by checking your Regrowth. Step 2. Choose the Natural shade that is closest to your Regrowth or Colour you want to be. Step 3. Choose your Developer. Step 4. Following instructions, Colour your Hair. Take a look at these Colour matches. Colour Match: 3 Dark Brown A post shared by Emily Ratajkowski (@emrata) on Apr 26, 2018 at 2:25pm PDT Colour Match: 5 Light Brown A post shared by Gigi Hadid (@gigihadid) on Apr 6, 2018 at 8:24am PDT Colour Match: 7 Medium Blonde
It's time for deep glossy hues that fill the Hair with rich, dark Chocolate flavours and striking sophistication.
Photo: Tumblr So it’s Winter and as seasonal Colourer's we’re being pulled, like clockwork, by the power of the Brunette. Yes, it's time for deep glossy hues that fill the Hair with rich, dark Chocolate flavours and striking sophistication. And what makes a great Brunette? It needs to have a beautiful balance of depth, pigment and shine that layer together to keep the Colour, full. Yes, layers are paramount so it doesn’t end up like a solid, Black shade that sits flat and heavy on top of the head like a blob. Photo: Tumblr Photo: Tumblr Enter the Ebony Brown aka pure Brunette nirvana. The EB fits the brief perfectly — it's dark and dramatic with Cool Chocolate raven Tones that layer through the Colour making it bulge with shine and depth. So when you’re staring at it, you see a glossy, voluminous Colour. Love the Ebony Brown as well? It’s a dream for Cool and Neutral Skin Tones. Ebony Brown BUY NOW