Need a little inspiration this winter? We suggest these sleek sexy new hair looks. Hair Colours are warmer this winter – think crème caramel blondes, bronzed coppers, rich reds and chocolate browns. Love the look of dishevelled messy hair, but wind up looking like Helena Bonham Carter when you try it? Trust us, you’re not alone. There’s nothing harder to nail than effortlessly tousled styles – and nothing worse than hair that’s trying too hard. Follow these simple steps to achieve sexy tousled hair.
Rule #1 Keep it clean(ish) Once a week we recommend shampooing your hair with “Original detox” shampoo by O&M this will remove any residue of old styling products. Follow up with a treatment designed for your hair type. Speak to any of our team when you are in the salon so we can design a home haircare routine just for you.
Rule #2 Layer up products If you can’t figure out how to apply hair products without looking greasy or crunchy – think baby steps. Start with freshly shampooed hair, towel dry and spray in “rootalicious” by O&M, blast dry the hair at the roots to give volume. When the hair is nearly dry finely mist “surf spray” through midlengths and ends of the hair and twist into large sections and pin to the scalp. Use a low speed or a diffuser with the hairdryer to heat these sections. Spray the hair with “original queenie” hairspray, leave your hair pinned while you do your makeup and get dressed. Take out the pins, tip your head over and ruffle your hair. Define some pieces with “K-gravel” then spray more “original queenie” and you are ready to go.
Rule #3 Accessorise your style You’re almost done…just co-ordinate your new look with a killer outfit and slick make-up to avoid looking like you rolled out of a bed. Makeup we suggest smoky eyes, a little bronzer to add colour for winter and soft beige lips .Our look for winter is sexy, textured and feminine, this look can be worn by anyone.
2. Separate into two sections – the top half of your head and the bottom half. Apply a small amount of “Frizzy Logic” to add gloss and protect your hair from the heat of your flat iron. Using your flat iron smooth the bottom section straight with no volume.
3. The top section only smooth the ends with a flat iron, then lightly tease the roots underneath to form a quiff. Spray with “Original Queenie” to add support to your quiff.
4. Add a little texture with some “k-Gravel” and finish off with a little more “Original Queenie”.
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