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Hair colour trends

Hair2They say a change is as good as a holiday and I agree. I love the feeling I have after I changed my hairstyle or coloured my hair. I feel like a new person and I just want to show off my new look. Ever noticed how after a break up, the girl usually changes her hairstyle? Or after a long school year how teenagers colour their hair. There is definitely an undefined satisfaction that lies within this change. To help you decide on your new hair colour, here are some ideas on how to incorporate the latest trends into your style. 

  • Instead of just highlights, try double sided colouring. Underneath, choose a darker colour like chocolate, and over the top, which includes most of your hair, choose a lighter shade like copper of bronze. The dark colour will frame your face beautifully.
  • Colour combinations like coffee, golden syrup and honeycomb will give a more subtle, layered effect.
  • If you like your hair colour a chocolate brown, try putting in a few golden highlights which will break the block of chocolate, unless your face and skin can handle the density of such a rich dark colour as chocolate brown.
  • If you are a fan of very dark colours, try a brown black instead of straight black. Mix in some blue black into the brown black to give it more intensity, but with less harshness of a solid black that is not flattering to all skin tones. Try mixing in some caramel and pink-red foils with a violet brown black base.
  • If you are going for blonde, try mixing golden blonde with a light ash blonde. For a more subtle but contrasting look, have the ends of a bob coloured a pale pastel colour.
  • If you want to try platinum shades try using soft platinum white tinted slightly with pink.
  • Dare to go red? Go for a fiery copper with a darker brown underneath.
  • Feeling a little extreme? Go for a brightly coloured fringe for example pink.


Here are a few do’s and don’ts for your wedding hairstyle 

  • Choose a hairdresser that you trust. Your hairstyle will either boost your confidence or make you doubt yourself.
  • Don’t do anything drastic with your hair before consulting your hairdresser first.
  • Use good products for holding your hair in perfect shape all day long. Ask your bridesmaid to have a bottle of hairspray and a few pins ready in case you need a quick fix.
  • Don’t try out styling products on the day of your wedding- that would leave no space for crisis management.
  • Do use surprise elements in your hair decoration. Playful detail will keep people fascinated.
  • Don’t use excessive glitter in your hair. Some glitter is too obvious and comes out as white dust on photos.




Enjoy your hair and just be yourself!


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