The cosmetics market has a huge range of products aimed at women over the age of 40 all claiming to to help with the effects of aging, I have a number of them and believe they work. Skincare companies are working hard on this market and haircolour companies are also producing great products that are softer gentler more luminous rather than the traditional opaque coverages of years gone by – but without the right technician a lady in her 40’s 50’s and 60’s can easily be made to look older,coloured and tired.
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.
such as Penelope Cruz, Giselle, Drew Barrymore who all sport these.
To mimic how the sun naturally catches the hair, the brightest pieces of colour are always placed around the face and ends of the hair, making Ombre and Balayage’s application more organic than traditional highlights. The result is softer regrowth so the tell-tale dark line where colour grows out is a thing of the past.