Now the days are getting cooler it is time for a fresh new look. Battle those dreary grey winter days with adding some vibrancy to your hair colour.
This winter is all about warmer colours with Subtle Ombres – it’s all about the gradual blending. We suggest strong Coppers, Mahoganys and reds blending to soft golden ends to add texture to your hair.
Loose soft waves are in vogue for both long hair and Lobs. Low partings, sweeping fringes and signature braids are popular this season. Hair styling is de-constructed with the “Done-Undone” the theme for the season.
The Done-Undone works best with a little preparation before bed. Spritz your hair liberally with O&M’s “Surf bomb” and “Rootalicious” sprayed on the roots then blast drying adding as much volume to your hair as possible. Loosely braid your hair before bed then releasing your braids in the morning and finger combing your hair to achieve the tousled “Done -Undone”. Finish with a little hairspray (we recommend O&M Queenie).
Prepare your hair the same way to achieve loose soft waves then on dry hair taking vertical sections use your wide irons or wand to curl the hair. Pin your curls in place until you are ready to go then simply unpin and finger comb your hair. Give your hair some shine by using O&M’s Frizzy logic.
Bobs come in a varying length from the chin length concave bob to the shoulder skimming lob. This season’s lobs & bobs come with texture and movement introducing the “Wob” – a bob or lob with soft waves.
For the more bold blondes this winter we are adding some pastel shading with Pink asserting itself for Winter 2016. Other tones we recommend for the season include strawberry blondes, mauves, violets and gorgeous greys.
Brunettes are rich warm chocolates with subtle blending Ombre or soft highlighting in caramel and gold. This winters brunettes have texture, movement and shine. No matter what length your hair is there is no strong demarcation in colours for the 2016 Winter brunette.
Have fun with colour this winter – don’t be scared of experimenting in colour variation and blending!
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