• Friday, 11 October 2013

    Autumn Hair

    The leaves are turning, the air is crisp and the jumpers are out- well it must be AUTUMN! Autumn is definitely my favourite season where I also think it's about the right time to ditch your summer hair into a new refreshed look. This year auburn/chocolate brown is in, and ombre is out, so let's take a look into some of those Autumn shades.

    Top left: Auburn down to Bottom Right: Chocolate Brown

     Have a play with your hair colour- you can be brave and go 'ultra auburn' or play it safe with a gorgeous chocolate brown. Here are some tips on how to keep those red tones locked into the hair:

    1. After colouring wait 24-48 hours to lock it in further.
    2. Cold water helps seal the cuticle of the hair whereas warm open the cuticle. Try rinsing your hair off in cold water.
    3. Use colour safe shampoos and conditioners
    4. Use a glaze (ie: serums) to keep your red look shiny.
    5. Apply natural ingredients such as carrot and beetroot juice onto damp hair then (weather permitting) sit in the sun for an hour.
    6. If you are going light blonde to auburn, you may need need to take a few trips to the salon to get the desired deep auburn look. If not, rock a lighter strawberry blonde shade.

    So today I went to Escape Hair Salon, Calne, and got my red/chocolate brown shade and I love it!


    Credits: Kiera at Escape Beauty Salon, Calne, England.

    What will your hair colour be this Autumn?

    Much Love
    Eltoria x

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    5 comments

    1. Your hair looks so healthy and warm. Very pretty!

      Louisa @ My Family & Abruzzo

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    2. Calne!? Lovely we MUST meet. that's where I live xox

      http://bekyboo1.blogspot.com

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    3. love the hair honey :) want to follow eachother with GFC? We already follow eachother on bloglovin, and I follow you on instagram.
      stay pretty lovely lady!
      www.lovefromsimmie.blogspot.com
      xoxoxo

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    4. European Hair is the first we will discuss. Now don’t let the name confuse you, it does not only come from Europe. It’s the category name for a particular lock with similar structure like Russian Hair,Indian Hair as well as Latin American Hair. This type of hair is thin and straight. So before choosing this or any type of Extensions it is very important to consider the texture of your own hair. If you want that beach model, full and flowing hairstyle European style extension is the way to go.

      curly hair
      straight hair

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