When you have balayaged hair, you will undoubtedly focus a lot on caring for your coloured lengths. It’s important to do so: hair that’s been processed is invariably in need of a little more care, and a regime of masks combined with minimal heat styling and regular trims to keep the ends healthy are all sensible measures that’ll keep your locks lustrous.
The problem with balayage is that can all get too much. I’ll bet you never thought you’d hear me say that!
Is there any hair colour that looks quite so beautiful as a little girl’s multi-tonal locks at the end of the summer? All those gorgeous sun-kissed tones reflecting in the light with a shimmering effect that’s complemented by stunning lightness framing the front.
Wasn’t summer great? The heat wave that lasted for weeks and weeks, a welcome break from all the chat about Brexit, the World Cup! Not to mention how much better you looked.
Confession time: I get confused when I go looking down the hair colour aisle in Boots! So many boxes; so many pretty pictures and strange names.
Cultivating a good hair care routine may seem elementary – but it truly isn’t.
Like anything, once you know what you’re doing, it’ll slot into your everyday life without any difficulty, but you need to come up with a routine to suit your hair type and life. That’s where these come in…