This Year’s Latest Hair Trends

This Year’s Latest Hair Trends

Ladies, start growing out your bobs – long hair is hotter than ever and making a serious comeback according to this year’s latest hair trends. The runway shows this year all flaunted fabulous long locks, whether scrunched up, slicked back or flowing freely, the general sentiment was definitely the longer, the better! These long, soft cascading waves create a beautiful feminine look and we love how effortless the hair styles are. Their relaxed, free-spirited and natural look is in keeping with the bohemian trend (also known as Boho) that’s really popular this year. We want to keep you up to date with these latest hair trends, so we’re bringing you some of the very best styles. Another fabulous hair trend making a return this year was the long, scraped back pony tail. One would perhaps think a pony tail boring, but this is definitely not the case! This latest hair trend is striking and dramatic and it could be that sophisticated look you’ve been searching for. Braids are also making a serious comeback and we’re so glad! They keep us feeling young and fun by reminding us of our childhood and girly style. We hope these latest hair trends have inspired you and 2015 will be your best hair year...
How to get salon quality hair colour at home

How to get salon quality hair colour at home

Did you know that you don’t have to visit the salon for good quality hair colour? You can colour your hair from the comfort of your home and best of all, it won’t take you hours. Before we walk you through the hair colour process you’ll need a few things, including one to two boxes of colour, depending on how long and thick your hair is. It’s also a good idea to ask a friend to help you out. They’ll be able to apply colour to all those hard to reach places and spread it more evenly. First off, put together a hair colouring tool-kit. It’ll save you looking for necessary items while colouring your hair. Here’s a quick checklist of what you’ll need: Plastic gloves Old shirt Vaseline Damp cloth to wipe up spills Hair clip Wide tooth comb to segment hair Old towel Big safety pin Hair colour To get started, put an old shirt on and fasten a towel around your neck with a safety pin. Next take the Vaseline and apply it around your hairline to ensure the hair colour doesn’t stain your skin. Put on your gloves and you’re ready to colour your hair. Take the comb and segment your hair into four equal sections. Apply the colour to one section at a time. It’s easier if you clip the sections that you’re not focussing on and work from the bottom, up. Once you’ve coloured a section, clip it back up and move onto the next one. This’ll ensure that the colour is spread evenly throughout your hair. Follow the instruction leaflet and be...