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Hair Trends 2015

Difference between Ombré, Balayage & Dip-Dye?

The biggest hair colouring trend we’ve seen in the last couple of years is definitely the Ombré, Dip-Dye or Balayage style of hair colouring...

....But just what’s the difference between the three colouring techniques?? Very often the words get mixed-up and confused, and then the wrong description gets used for the style of colour a client might really be looking for. SO... Here is my definition of each one!

OMBRÉ 
Ombré hair colouring is where your hair colour will fade from darker roots and gradually get lighter to the ends (or vice-versa).

Whats in this Spring?!

Get a spring in your step with these gorgeous barely- there boho waves...

This almost flawless carefree look is most certainly going to rule the runway this Spring/Summer 2015.


Check this Chic bun, perfect for a day at the office

A classic bun is a quick hairstyle for long hair. Hair buns are easy to style and only require a brush, a hair tie, and a few bobby pins.To create a classic bun, brush and gather hair at the top of the head. Using a soft band, tie hair into a ponytail. Take the ponytail and wrap it around the band, securing it with bobby pins. Use a hairspray to keep your style smooth and secure in place for the day.

Dare to Go Red???

Proceed with caution, red hair should only be rocked, if you can handle attention! 

For centuries, red hair has been awed upon because of its rarity. Red hair in all shades is the most mimicked hair colour. Natural red hair comes in shades ranging from strawberry-blonde to fiery red hues and quite a few in between!

The Most Anticipated Hair Trends For Spring 2013 by Harper's BAZAAR

Tying The Knot
 
Simple and striking are two ways to describe the tightly wound knots seen on the runway. As hairstylist Guido explained of his low chignon at Ralph Lauren, "It's a very chic, put-together style...This look goes along with what I typically think we create in New York in that it's very American and wearable..." To master your twist, blow-dry hair straight, create a clean center part if wanted, and secure hair into a firm ponytail at the nape, spritzing with shine mist.