Thursday, June 11, 2015

update your HAIR COLOUR for winter

can highlight the wrong things in the winter—like an ashy, palid complexion. The same thing if your hair is too-dark...

Never fear, here's how winterize your hair colour:

If you're blonde, go more golden and less beige, and ask your colourist to weave both highlights and lowlights throughout your hair for a warmer look.

Light brunettes should consider deepening their hair to a warm chestnut colour; dark brunettes, a deep chocolate hue. For both, be sure to ask your colourist for a multidimensional look. If you want highlights, ask for face-framing balayage ones—these hand-painted pieces tend to look more natural on dark hair than do foil streaks.

Amp up red hair with a copper or deep auburn tone—anything but bluish or burgundy, which looks fake. Because red fades quickly, top the colour with a clear glaze to seal it.

Don't go more than two shades lighter or darker—dramatic shades can look severe against pale winter skin.

Call Mana 02. 8919 0146 to make an appointment to update your hair

1 comment:

  1. This look good, I will be showing it to my wife and hope that she will like it as well and have her hair dyed with this color. Thank you for sharing it with us


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