Last week I started to talk about blondes and this weeks blog is going to look at the bigger picture, how to look like you where born to be blonde instead of bottle blonde
In 1907 a French chemist, Eugene Schueller began manufacturing hair colour in his Paris apartment, the main chemical ingredient was called paraphenylenediamine he called his company L’Oreal and the story continues today. The process to become a blonde at this time was dangerous and painful with the chemicals inflicting headaches and burns, it was not unusual for the hair to break off during the procedure .
As many of you know, I don’t like to style hair I love to colour it, that said I always adore my clients hair to look polished, glossy and bouncy as they leave the salon as well as when I see them out and about. I also know how difficult it can be to style your own hair at home and any tools that come along to assist, that work, I want to try out.
Red heads never really go out of fashion and the past couplebuy generic viagra
of years have seem a plethora of examples from the extreme, think Rihanna to the soft, say Julianne Moore with many more in between.
There are degrees of red and as always I find myself loving the more natural looking reds and coppers, the ones that leaving you thinking is she or isn’t she?, but really that is all about personal taste levels and the look you want to achieve.
Throughout history red heads have been feared & adored – loathed & worshiped – degraded & lionized, it seems this hair colour more than any other has provoked a contrast of emotions in us, as love is to hate.
Who doesn’t love a little Parisienne chic? One of the things I love about the ooh-lah-lah style of the ladies in the French capital is the gorgeous way they wear their brunette – natural looking without a hint of brassiness.
That time of year again the clocks have gone back and the lights have gone up on Oxford Street, Christmas day is over and all conversations seem to be about New Years Eve parties and that perfect dress, but what about healthy glossy hair?. A good friend of mine recently told me that she just can’t dress her hair out unless its quick and easy, so for some people styling can be left on the back burner to be honest I don’t blame her. I find the whole styling thing hard work myself, but does the gloss factor have to suffer?.
All of you who know me understand that I always like to see hair that is healthy and glossy, hairdressers can blow out your hair to give you bounce and shine on the day you see them, but how do you maintain that gloss in-between appointments.