Beat that summer frizz with these tips

Beat that summer frizz with these tips

Whether you choose blonde, black, brunette or red hair dye, summer frizz is a major hair problem and something you might need to contend with during summer. As temperatures rise and humidity starts to climb, your hair starts to take a beating. Whilst hair colour trends for 2018 are important, hair care tips are too. It’s why we’ve put together our list of tips for fighting that summertime fuzz. No matter your chosen hair colour ideas, here are the ways that you can avoid that dreaded f-word. For starters, we suggest rinsing with cold water whenever you wash your hair. Not only is this nice and cooling on warmer days but it helps seal the hair cuticle. This will prevent any frizzing and enhance the shine that we’re all after. If you’re a fan of red hair dye like our Wild Fire Renew Perfect Colour, rinsing your hair with carbonated water (soda water) will also help. This is because red hair has a tendency to give into humidity worse than other shades. The low pH level of the soda water will help beat fuzzy hair. Hooray! Using conditioner regularly will help you lock in that necessary moisture. Most of the time, hair can get static because it is dry and lacking in the hydration department. By using a conditioner when you shampoo, you can help add extra nourishment that your tresses really need. Using one with added protein will also benefit in the strength and shine department. Every pack of Renew hair dye come with Aloe and Milk Protein Conditioner to help you lock in added nourishment and your...
4 Hair mistakes that make you look older

4 Hair mistakes that make you look older

Whilst we normally focus on hair colour trends for 2018 and beyond, we like to draw attention to some of the pitfalls of hair care. Are you guilty of any of these hair mistakes? It’s okay if you are and it’s not too late to change things. How many will you be guilty of? Keep reading to find out. Few of us care to admit it but we often choose hairstyles and hair colour ideas that make us look younger. Whether you’re choosing a silver hair dye to keep up with the trends or a sleek new cut to freshen up your features, there are several ways to stay youthful. There are however a few ways that we unintentionally sabotage our look with mistakes that leave us looking worse for wear. 1. You neglect those colour touch-ups Whether you choose a salon or prefer to do it yourself, skipping touch-ups is a sure way to make you look older. This is because your colour becomes dull and your regrowth starts to show. It’s especially true if you’re struggling to keep the dreaded greys at bay. A great way to counteract this is a silver hair dye. It’s trending right now and it will help your greys blend right in. An amazing option is our Classic Pearl from the Renew Perfect Colour range. 2. You abuse the heat Dry brittle hair can really age you, so it’s no surprise that you’re doing yourself a major injustice by using too much heat when you style your hair. Many of us rely on our hairdryers and flat irons to create our daily looks....
Celebrities rocking blue green hair dye

Celebrities rocking blue green hair dye

When it comes to doing it yourself hair colour, blue-green hair dye has been top of the list for those brave enough to embrace brighter shades. Thanks to our #BoldAsNature campaign and our Ocean Burst colour, we’ve seen more and more South Africans bringing colour to their hair than ever before. So we’re excited to share a few ideas bursting with possibility and vibrancy.   Thanks to our favourite names in movies, TV and music, we’ve got more than enough hairspiration to share with our fans. If you’re looking for a few ways that you can make blue-green hair dye your own, here are some trendy hair colour ideas to end the year off with a bang. Green is golden! Gone are the days where green hair meant that you’d spent too long in the pool with blonde locs. Here are our top picks where the grass and hair really are greener on the other side. Kylie JennerShe’s no stranger to the brightest hair out there but we’ve got to say, we love her with green tresses. From pale mint to pistachio and even a dark shade of forest green, Kylie has rocked more than a few variations of green hair. In the look below she makes this hair appear ultra-chic thanks to a straight and sleek finish. Her simple makeup also allows for her hair to claim the spotlight.Image from: instagram.com Nicki MinajYes, we know that Nicki isn’t afraid to shake things up and shock us. Normally, her interesting choices of hair and fashion are to be expected. We love how she’s added a flash of green to...
Trending pink hair you need to try right now.

Trending pink hair you need to try right now.

“You need to try trending pink hair at least once in your life” Pink hair is one of the biggest trends in celebville. But not all pinks are created equal. These days you can make your choice from bubblegum to watermelon or the popular snake person pink. Pink can go from being a soothing girly colour to a bold shade, depending on how it’s applied. One thing we can agree on is that pink is here to stay. Not sure you know enough about your pinks? Then let our trending pink hair guide bring you up to speed. Pink PonyAlways wanted to look like a Disney princess? Then take a leaf out of Gigi Hadid’s book, and get a multi-coloured high pony.Don’t be afraid to play with hot pink, rose gold and light pink hair colour to get this glam look.A pink spectrum.Image Source: Cosmopolitan.com Rose Gold high ponyHailey Baldwin doesn’t play it safe with these Rose gold highlights, so neither should you. Keep your roots dark and be your very own #HairGoals. As good as gold. Image Source: Cosmopolitan.com  Candy Floss wavesPixie Lott’s take on this 1940s inspired lob wave is Insta-worthy. This candy floss shade works well with natural makeup.Waves of funImage Source: byrdie.com  Bubblegum DreamsKaty Perry’s been transitioning to this shade for months, and she’s finally got it. She’s gone from brunette to redhead to blonde, and now she’s sporting a dusty pink meets lavender colour. Bobs and curls are definitely on trend and this shade is a great way to take this look from the 70s to 2018.Perry Pretty.Image Source: popsuger.com The pinkest of them allThis list wouldn’t...
Make your hair pop with Champagne blonde hair colour

Make your hair pop with Champagne blonde hair colour

For those who are still rocking their natural blonde colour but looking to step things up, you might want to consider champagne. No, we’re not talking about popping bottles. We mean adding some new hues to your hair. Here’s why you should put your own signature spin on the champagne blonde hair colour trend. It’s perfect for spring and summer With champagne shades being part of the same family as rose gold and peach hues, you can bet that it also brings an element of warmth. This is ideal at this time of the year as we go full steam ahead into spring. It’s also perfect for summer where lighter shades take centre stage against sun-kissed skin. Although, that’s not to say that champagne doesn’t work in winter. With creamy undertones that highlight your features, it still adds warmth to your look in colder months. This makes it a winner all year round. All the stars and their skin tones have aligned From Gwen Stefani to Taylor Swift and even Khloe Kardashian, celebs are showing their more bubbly side. What’s interesting is that they all have different styles and skin tones yet somehow, it all works for each one of them. This means that you can make champagne blonde hair colour your own despite your complexion.Try it like KhloeImage source Even the guys are here for itThe number of men jumping on the champagne train shows it really is a trend that’s growing in leaps and bounds. Instagram is full of bold and gorgeous guys embracing this shade of blonde. We love it and we wish more guys would...
Make the most of Mulberry hair colour

Make the most of Mulberry hair colour

Winter is in full swing and with it comes a host of comforts. From boots to chunky-knit jerseys and even luxurious shades for your hair, there are several ways to turn up the heat. With hairstyles and trends getting their fair share of winter makeovers, there are always a few standouts each season. Mulberry hair colour is just one fun and vibrant way to keep your look fresh during the dullest time of the year.                 Image source: Instagram Mulberry Hair Colour makes a striking statement We’ve seen a fair share of pastels make their way up in the trends stakes. During winter, darker and more luxurious hues are taking centre stage and the results are stunning. Standard blacks, browns and reds are being eclipsed by Mulberry hair colour. We’re discussing more on this trend below. What shade is it? Well, it’s the perfect blend of dark plum and burgundy. This means it’s a subtle mix of all the right winter shades. Which celebrities have embraced it? From Kylie Jenner to Lana Del Rey and even Rihanna, mulberry has been spotted on red carpets and runways. As a little something different to the more obvious shades of red, it’s upping the ante on winter hair for even the most famous of names. We love that celebs go boldly in the pursuit of colour. It’s something that we believe in and encourages our fans to do.             Image source: tumbler   Lana loves Mulberry What about maintenance? The good news is because mulberry isn’t as dark as other...