SUC­CESS­FUL DYE JOBS

GET PRO­FES­SIONAL-LOOK­ING HAIR COLOUR DONE AT HOME WITH TH­ESE EX­PERT TIPS:

CLEO (Malaysia) - - HAIR CLIPS -

BE PICKY. Celebrity colourist Louis Li­cari’s tip is to choose a colour that’s only one shade lighter or darker than your hair. If it’s too light you can dye over it. STAY AWAY, STAIN! New York-based stylist Sarah Potempa says a layer of lip balm or hair mask on your fore­head will block dye pig­ments from seep­ing onto your hair­line, avoid­ing that dingy shad­owy look from dye stains. ACT NAT­U­RAL. Li­cari points out that the hair around your face is slightly lighter than the rest of your strands. Avoid a solid colour block look by get­ting another box of dye that is one shade lighter than the colour you want and ap­ply­ing this dye only on the first eighth of an inch around your face.

To get Diane Kruger’s do, spray vo­lu­miser onto tow­eldried hair be­fore sset­ting hair on rollers to cre­ate waves, then start twist­ing around ththe hair­line. WELLA SYS­TEM PRO­FES­SIONAL WEIGHT­LESS FIN­ISH FIN­ISH­ING CARE VO­LU­MISER, RM79.

YVES ROCHER BOTAN­I­CAL HAIR CARE NUTRISILKY MASK,

RM65.

OUIDAD MON­GONGO OIL TREAT­MENT 2OZ, RM116.

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