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They're the best kept secret.
Have you ever asked yourself why you Colour your Hair? Is it to coverup Greys, to fit in with your style, because you’re a Brunette and you want to be a Blonde or vice versa? Mine is because I hate my Natural Hair Colour. I have hated my dull, flat, middle of Brunette and Blonde nowhere Hair Colour for as long as I can remember. So, for a long time now, I’ve been Colouring with a Natural Hair Colour Shade swapping between a 6 Dark Blonde and 7 Medium Blonde, similar to the Colour I Naturally am. For me, this is such a normal thing to do, but my friends find it rather curious — I find it strange that they don’t. I couldn’t say just one reason why I have been Colouring like this for a long time now, so here are 6 reasons why I do it and never looking back. 1. Naturals are a super smooth Hair Colour Natural Colour Shades are smooth, consistent Colour Shades with moisturising ingredients that saturate the Hair with conditioners keeping it hydrated. And why does this matter? It’s the reason Naturals are silky, ultra glossy Hair Colours. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vanessa Hudgens (@vanessahudgens) on Jan 8, 2019 at 3:27pm PST Copy her Colour: 3 Dark Brown 2. They are what they are. Nothing more. Nothing less. Naturals do exactly what they say on the bottle, they have no added Warmth, no added smokiness just the perfect blend of dewy Natural Tones. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Shay Mitchell (@shaymitchell) on Feb 18, 2019 at 10:49pm PST Copy her Colour: 5 Light Brown 3. Naturals are like the no Hair Colour, Hair Colour Consider Natural Shades as the no makeup, makeup. Their solid, Natural Colour pigments are the secret behind that nonchalant born-this-way glow we’re used to seeing on screen, and with a Colour base of Olive Oil, keeps your Hair glossy without too much effort. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Olivia Culpo (@oliviaculpo) on Feb 24, 2019 at 2:12pm PST Copy her Colour: 6 Dark Blonde 4. Superior Grey coverage Naturals are prime for Greys. Their pure Natural pigment is the best to take on those stubborn Grey or White Hairs and completely cover them with fresh, sparkling hues that uplift your Hair and complexion. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Josephine Skriver (@josephineskriver) on Feb 12, 2019 at 6:03am PST Copy her Colour: 7 Medium Blonde 5. Because they are low maintenance I love Hair Colour but I’m lazy and my Hair grows extremely quickly, so you could imagine the state of my Hair if I was a full time Bleacher. Colouring with a Natural Shade close to my Regrowth Colour allows me the breathing room to have another week up my sleeve before I do my express root touchup without my Colour getting out of control. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Amanda Seyfried (@mingey) on Feb 27, 2019 at 12:57pm PST Copy her Colour: 8 Light Blonde 6. They are so. very. glossy. When you have a single, solid Colour pigment it will immediately attract Light giving you dazzlingly glossy Hair and when your Hair is that glossy and shiny, your complexion starts beaming with energy and you’ll find the light starts hitting your glorious bone structure in all the right places. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Karlie Kloss (@karliekloss) on Feb 28, 2019 at 6:09pm PST Copy her Colour: 9 Very Light Blonde So in conclusion, if you are a lazy Colourer, like a low maintenance Colour, don’t need added Warmth or Coolness through your Hair and love your Hair looking extra glossy — a Natural Shade could just be what you are looking for.
What's getting us excited for Autumn.
This is an invitation to our favourites list, a quarterly feature where we share our most desired Products of the season. These are our favourites we’ve discussed, debated and reviewed between team My Hairdresser that gets us excited and wanting to see more of this season. Light Brown One should never forget or underestimate the magic of a simple Brunette. Light Browns classic, neutral Tones are unpretentious and dewy, while it’s Colour formulation is full of hydrators that get in and really moisturise the Hair. The result? A bouncy, silky and shiny Brunette. Honey Blonde Oh sweet Honey Blonde, one of the prettiest Blonde Shades because of its subtle, Golden shimmers that brighten the Hair with a hint of Warmth. But it’s the glowing Golden hues that make the Honey Blonde a favourite, keeping the Summery sparkle shining, even during the coldest Autumn months. Dark Copper Blonde What’s more Autumn than a punchy Copper Hair Colour harmonising with the Colours of the crunching leaves under your feet? Vibrant Hair Colours are fun and they’re even more fun when you don’t have the Summer elements striping them of their vivacity, meaning Autumn is the perfect season for a Dark Copper Blonde and it’s bright burnished Tones. Clips Not to be underestimated, Sectioning Clips are the clear line between a clean, detailed Colour/Colour Remover application and a face and neck covered in Product and patches of Hair that missed out. You’ll find us casually using them to hold our Hair throughout the day, clipped to the shelves in our shower to process a Hair treatment or on hand when blowdrying and styling. Rose Gold When you’re feeling the Autumn x Copper collaboration, but you’re not looking for a full blooded Copper, Rose Gold’s muted Golden Pink hues are a wonder. Blended over a Light Blonde, Rose Gold’s soft Tones are the perfect transition from a sunny Summer shade into a zesty Autumn one. No Lift Developer Choosing to go Dark is a common thread throughout the cooler months and No Lift does the job like no other. Mixed with a Darker Hair Colour, No Lift will transform your Colour into a deeper, shinier Shade.
Goodbye split ends and sunburnt Hair, hello silky smooth Hair.
Summer is O-V-A-H and with its departure a trail of the excuses we’ve been pushing back until “after Summer” that we finally have to face. So now that we have to be accountable for those times we proclaimed “Yeah, but I’ll worry about that after Summer” we’re having a shower, giving our Hair a good shampoo and taking the time to observe our Hair in all it’s raw, untamed glory to see where it needs love most. Looking up is that mop looking somewhere between worn out and brassy, and you’re unsure how to manage it since the sun has Lightened it from the Colour you once were. To get back to where you were, use your usual Colour and Developer mix along with the Colour Top Up Technique to touch up your Regrowth and revive your vibrancy that was drained over the Summer. Doing it this way will give you back your Colour, without creating Banding or Build Up. When the sun has tarnished your Blonde or Brunette leaving it with a Warm rusty hue, seize control by Toning it down with an Ash Hair Colour and No Lift Developer mix that will Cool your situation right down and keep your Warmth in check. Tip: You can Tone Blonde and Brunette Hair, so if Ash isn’t your hue or you crave more depth through your Hair, swap your Cool Colour Shade to suit your needs. Toner Kit BUY NOW 7.1 Ash Blonde BUY NOW No Lift Developer BUY NOW And when that Autumn breeze brings new feels for your Hair and you know it’s time to clean out your old, faded Colour now is the perfect time to shed that bland Brunette before switching to the next. Colour Remover BUY NOW