Friday, 8 November 2013

The new british IT girl in town

Suki Waterhouse

The new It girl in town with the very famous boyfriend...(Bradley Cooper) is my new girl crush. She always looks great, bang on trend and effortlessly beautiful. Heres a few pictures to demonstrate why....

 I love the variations of soft blondes with subtle beiges.

 This girl can easily pull off either warm or cool colours.

I always find that as the weather gets colder and you get more miserable, people look for change. How about going for a Suki fringe, so versatile, can be worn in all sorts of ways which is great when the weather dictates your hairstyle!
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Tuesday, 5 November 2013

My Current most asked for is....

Jennifer Anniston

Loads of people are now toning down their bleached blonde hair for the winter, and the most asked for celebrity hair at the moment for me is......

Jennifer Anniston

Personally i think she has always had great hair, ranging from really blonde to fairly dark and it always keeps it shine. Jennifer always has the perfect hair tone skin tone combination.

Heres a selection of her colours starting from lightest to darkest......

Jennifer will always keep at least a small amount of warmth to her hair.

If its really blonde then she keeps a soft gold and slight vanilla tone.

As her hair gets darker the gold tone gets stronger.

In the past Jen has toned her hair down by either using darker shades or by including a deeper darker shade, light brown toffee colours.

By keeping these low lights fine, she can keep the natural look she usually has.

The darker shades help to hide roots when they grow through.

Another way to keep this natural soft look is to use high-lift tints, which will give soft glossy highlights. By doing larger sections maybe even slices of these colours you can achieve soft shimmering colour and play around with different depths. This technique will also work on darker brown shades.

Make sure that you use products which contain protein when your hair is lightened, this will help to strengthen you hair. Protein can be found in shampoos as well as styling products.

Jennifer has also experimented with an Ombre type trend. Keeping it sun kissed lighter around her face and much darker around the crown. This keeps a richness to colour but without feeling too dark. I think this really suited her and love how the colour is darker underneath. Lots of people keep it light all over and it isn't always the most natural looking approach. Ask you hair dresser about the alternatives to full head highlights in all the same colours through out.

Jen has also had a more all over colour look. This was still done in a very light soft tone, keeping the gold and even a soft apricot tone.

You could have an all over colour and just a few soft highlights in the front if you were not quite brave enough yet.

When her hair was at its darkest it was a very strong look, he colour is a lot less complimentary but she still manages to pull it off.

Over and Out