WARM ME UP!

MY LIFE IN STYLE: GEORGIE!
October 31, 2017
PARTY HAIR?
December 1, 2017

Crunchy leaves, big cosy coats, tights (yes!)- it can only meant one thing. Winter is a- coming baby! With this seasonal switch we often see a change in hair colour too. Clients going from lighter, ashy tones to warmer, richer colours. In this blog we are going to explore the different options, if you want to add that extra depth to your colour.


My undeniable girl crush at the moment is Emily Ratajkowiski. Blessed with the perfect body, face and dress sense you would think she would give everyone a break and have rubbish hair. Alas, this girl is crowned with the best chocolate brown mane in the world. It is the colour of pedigree labradors, baby cow’s eyes, a bar of dairy milk- it’s basically pure, shiny, conquer brown. And I hate her. Ahem, I mean if you want to recreate this look, you’re in luck. This is one of the most versatile shades as it suits most skin tones and by its very nature will make your hair super shiny. So particularly good if your hair has had a hard summer of partying with chlorine, dry shampoo and peroxide.




Come in and talk to us about an all over nut brown colour and we’ll asses the right shade for you. To really boost the shine and overall health we would also suggest an Olaplex treatment as this will give it that long lasting liquid-like luminosity.




If you’re lucky enough to be light ash, platinum or grey blonde then dark grey is a perfect transition. Charcoal colours are amazing at reflecting more light than their paler counterparts and this will certainly add more drama to your hair over the darker, cooler season. Be warned, this colour cannot be achieved on all hair types so you need to pop in to chat with us and see if it’s for you.


If have super dark hair already you might want to warm it up. The easiest way to do this is through colouring sections of hair or going for low-root-maintenance options such as balayage and ombre. Choose honey and caramel tones to lighten it to a more chocolate brown colour and red and aubergine to give it depth and lots of warmth. This also works a treat on red and warm blond too.


So that’s it folks. In short, there’s a richer and warmer tone for everyone this autumn. Just have a chat with your stylist to see which one is best for you. Let’s raise a glass of mulled wine to that.


xxx

Crunchy leaves, big cosy coats, tights (yes!)- it can only meant one thing. Winter is a- coming baby! With this seasonal switch we often see a change in hair colour too. Clients going from lighter, ashy tones to warmer, richer colours. In this blog we are going to explore the different options, if you want to add that extra depth to your colour.


My undeniable girl crush at the moment is Emily Ratajkowiski. Blessed with the perfect body, face and dress sense you would think she would give everyone a break and have rubbish hair. Alas, this girl is crowned with the best chocolate brown mane in the world. It is the colour of pedigree labradors, baby cow’s eyes, a bar of dairy milk- it’s basically pure, shiny, conquer brown. And I hate her. Ahem, I mean if you want to recreate this look, you’re in luck. This is one of the most versatile shades as it suits most skin tones and by its very nature will make your hair super shiny. So particularly good if your hair has had a hard summer of partying with chlorine, dry shampoo and peroxide.




Come in and talk to us about an all over nut brown colour and we’ll asses the right shade for you. To really boost the shine and overall health we would also suggest an Olaplex treatment as this will give it that long lasting liquid-like luminosity.




If you’re lucky enough to be light ash, platinum or grey blonde then dark grey is a perfect transition. Charcoal colours are amazing at reflecting more light than their paler counterparts and this will certainly add more drama to your hair over the darker, cooler season. Be warned, this colour cannot be achieved on all hair types so you need to pop in to chat with us and see if it’s for you.


If have super dark hair already you might want to warm it up. The easiest way to do this is through colouring sections of hair or going for low-root-maintenance options such as balayage and ombre. Choose honey and caramel tones to lighten it to a more chocolate brown colour and red and aubergine to give it depth and lots of warmth. This also works a treat on red and warm blond too.


So that’s it folks. In short, there’s a richer and warmer tone for everyone this autumn. Just have a chat with your stylist to see which one is best for you. Let’s raise a glass of mulled wine to that.


xxx