Com­ing of age

Hair - - Season’s Best -

Am­bika says, “We can ex­per­i­ment with ex­treme or very vivid colours in our 20s. But as we ma­ture, these very shades tend to make us look older.” She shares some tips for women who don’t want age to come be­tween them and trendy tresses: • The idea is to keep your hair look­ing nat­u­ral and healthy, with a mod­ern edge. Ex­per­i­ment with rich shades of brown. Use lighter tones of brown to high­light. If you want blonde high­lights, stay away from brassy tones. • Red is a clas­sic favourite and adds rich­ness and depth to your hair. Go for deep red or soft red­dish­brown. En­sure the colour is not too vivid, it may look harsh. • When you start notic­ing greys, use ammonia-free hair colour in your nat­u­ral colour fam­ily. Go for reg­u­lar root touch-ups. Avoid hav­ing a hue you had when you were younger. As you age, your skin tone changes along with the tex­ture of your hair.

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