Tips and tricks for gorgeous winter hairstyles.

Tips and tricks for gorgeous winter hairstyles.

Keeping your hair stylish and healthy this winter doesn’t have to be a mission. You can start off with your favourite colour from the Renew Colour Infusion range. You’ll be happy to know that each box comes with an Aloe and Milk Protein conditioner, to help nourish your hair and keep that gorgeous colour for longer. To make sure that you don’t dry your hair out while styling it, here are some tips and tricks so that you can avoid using that straightener.   1. Try the double-ponytail trick   Does the occasion call for a long ponytail, but you’ve got shortish hair? Don’t worry you can fake long hair with the double-ponytail. Begin by colouring with Renew Light Golden Brown or Almond for a gorgeous starting shade. Then follow these 7 simple steps:   1. Start off by shaking your locks for a bit of volume. 2. Tie the top half of your hair into a ponytail. 3. Take the rest of your hair to form the second ponytail. Try to create a little distance between the ponytails to create longer length (Don’t go overboard as the separation will show). 4. Now that you have your ponies, fluff the top one. 5. Bring the two together by twisting them over each other. 6. Ensure that the bottom one is hidden. 7. Then, the most important step – Go show off that full, long ponytail and upload a selfie on the Renew Facebook page!   2. Sport beautiful waves without the heat You don’t need heat for these waves. Your headband is your secret weapon for those loose, beachy...
11 Winter hairstyles that you’ll want to show off

11 Winter hairstyles that you’ll want to show off

Whether your hair is long, short, curly or straight, we’ve got you sorted. Here are 11 simple hairstyles to show off this winter. 1. Curls are fun If you have curls, then rock them like the bombshell you are. Start off with Renew Almond as your hair colour, then curl them as you need to. If you prefer them loose, run your fingers through your hair and give those curls a shake. Bring your ringlets out to play.  2. Wavy hair is cool If you’ve got waves, try a middle parting and finish the look off with a cute floppy or hard hat. Now you can keep your hair out the harsh wind while still looking stylish. Try Renew Rich Auburn Mahogany for an instant colour lift. Waves. Hat. Sunglasses. Ready to hit the road.  3. Tied at the tip Get a stunning coffee shade with Renew Light Golden Brown. Once you’re sporting this colour, show off how voluminous your hair can be. Tie up only the top half of your hair for a look that is cute and also keeps your hair out of your face. Celebrate your gorgeous hair with this half updo.  4. Half braid up If you have straight, long hair, you’ll love this one. You know how you usually tie your French braid up and loose bits of it keep falling out? Let them be. Leave the shorter pieces out and braid only the longest bits. Make sure that the braid is done on one side for that instant style. Long hair struggles – sorted. Loose braids work with any outfit.  5. Keep that...
Top 5 Winter trending hair colours to try

Top 5 Winter trending hair colours to try

Winter’s here. How will you embrace the new season? We think you should freshen up your look with a brand-new hair colour. That’s why we’ve gathered 6 winter hair colours that you’ll want to try before you finish reading this article.1 Bold BurgundySharna Burges proves that waves and burgundy are a match made in heaven.Winter is all about natural-looking shades. If you’re open to a change but have exhausted all the browns, this red might be the shade for you. It’s bold, rich colour, without a drastic change for the typical redhead.This hue sits perfectly in both the natural and bold department. It was bound to trend. Achieve a look that accentuates your already stunning natural red shade, with Renew Intense Naturals Red Grape. The bonus is that this range will cover those stubborn greys. It's a win-win situation.image source   2 Jet BlackThis colour makes Shay Mitchell glow.Jet black is a firm favourite from season to season and it’s no secret why. Who doesn’t love shiny and lustrous hair? Black packs a punch in the sophistication department. Blackcurrant from the Renew Intense Naturals range is the one to pick to achieve this gorgeous look, with a formula infused with a blend of 3 natural oils to help nourish whilst you colour.image source  3 Golden brown/BalayageEmma Watson brought a warm tone to her hair with this shade.This brown is beautiful. If you’re a natural brunette and want a shade to give your hair a lift, this is the colour for you. Achieve that healthy-looking, golden tint easily, with Renew Intense Naturals Hazelnut Delight.You can also go for a black/brown balayage....
6 Tips for the best winter hair yet

6 Tips for the best winter hair yet

It’s that season again, where the days are short and the nights are long. The weather change means that your hair will change too. It’s important to nourish and hydrate your hair, especially if you’re colouring it. Here are 6 hair care tips to remember, so that you don’t get stuck in a rut this winter. 1. Trim your hair regularly It’s easy to neglect your hair routine because you’re just too cold to do anything. You want to wake up in the morning and get dressed, and then get into your pyjamas as soon as you get home. Sound about right? Despite how lazy you are, give your hair the TLC it needs. Trim your hair to protect it against split edges to keep it growing beautifully. Treat your hair like royalty, even in the middle of the coldest day of the year. 2. Don’t wash your hair with hot water If you’ve tried Renew Intense Naturals, keep it vibrant by not washing it with hot water. Rather wash it with lukewarm water. This will help your scalp retain its natural oils and keep your hair moisturised. Turn the tap to lukewarm when washing your hair. 3. Leave the home with dry hair Wet hair might be the in thing, but frozen hair isn’t. The change of temperature means that your hair may not dry as quickly as it would have in the warmer seasons. Leaving the house with wet hair is most likely to leave you with brittle hair that could break off – not a good look. Don’t freeze your locks off. 4. Keep your hair...
Spring Celebrity Hair Colours to try

Spring Celebrity Hair Colours to try

What better reason to rejuvenate, revive or completely change your hair colour and put a spring in your step, then a change in season? That’s right, spring is officially around the corner and it’s time to start afresh. If you love the thought of a fresh look and want to add a new dimension to yours by changing up your hair colour, here are some popular celebrity hair trends for spring that can help you with your choice… Bombshell Blended Blonde If your locks are on the dark side and you’ve never fully embraced them, now would be the perfect time to change up your look without completely losing your original colour or clashing harshly with your dark hair. Why not try a shade of blonde and subtly blend your roots with varying shades so the colours don’t jar with your natural hair or skin tone? This is the best way to achieve the most natural look possible if your hair is naturally dark like Khloé Kardashian and Gigi Hadid. Energetic shades of Auburn The perfect blend of red and brown for spring, this hue is refreshingly natural and provides a vibrant look. “Ronze”, as it’s now known, is becoming increasingly popular and is flattering to most complexions. The ideal mix of reds and browns frame the face with a warm radiance, making nearly any complexion stand out. You can decide on the shade that works best for you based on your skin tone. Warm browns are sophistication personified You can still warm up to spring without going for a lighter shade of colour such as blonde. In fact,...
Essential Hair Care Tips for Winter

Essential Hair Care Tips for Winter

4 Essential Hair Care Tips for Winter Winter is upon us, bringing with it not just the cold weather blues, but also potential damage to your hair. But not to worry, because we’ve got four essential winter haircare tips you can practice to minimise any damage to one of your most precious assets – your hair. Moisturise Healthy hair begins with a healthy scalp. Factors such as a decrease in humidity and artificial heating in winter contribute to the lack of moisture to your scalp and hair. Think of your daily skin moisturisation routine – your scalp requires the same treatment, to avoid dryness, itching, dandruff and other scalp conditions. This can be easily solved or avoided by applying a nourishing moisturiser or oil treatment at least once a week (or depending on how often your scalp is in need of it). Olive oil acts as an effective moisturiser which can relieve the dryness of your hair and scalp by massaging in before bed and rinsing off the next morning. Organic coconut oil can also be used as mask for your scalp and to help moisturise it, promoting healthy, damage-free hair. Condition In addition to replenishing your hair’s moisture, which tends to get depleted from the cold winter air, conditioner provides shine and prevents it from breaking. A suitable conditioner should be applied each time you wash your hair, focusing only on the strands of hair and avoiding the scalp. Deep conditioning treatments can also be done at least once a week during winter to retain moisture. Cut down on heat styling During winter it’s best to not use...