Put Your Home Colour­ing Worries to Rest

Belinda Jef­frey’s Hot Hair Tips

My Wedding - - COLOUR TIPS | HAIR -

We asked celebrity colourist and Nice’n Easy colour ex­pert Belinda Jef­frey to share her ex­pert ad­vice to com­bat your hair con­cerns, and make colour­ing your hair at home a breeze! Here are her top tips for ideal at-home colour …


When look­ing for a shade, al­ways choose close to your nat­u­ral base colour, and only ever two shades lighter or darker.

Skin Tone

Your com­plex­ion is the key to mak­ing the right hair colour choice. If you have ivory or creamy coloured skin, you can be as ad­ven­tur­ous as you like. How­ever, if you have a pale pink-toned or ruby com­plex­ion, choose neu­trals such as blonde, ash brown or dark brown.


Be­fore ap­ply­ing colour, use some pa­paw or hair gel around your hair­line to help pre­vent stain­ing on the skin and that ‘just coloured’ look.


When touch­ing-up roots, al­ways be­gin at the nape of the neck and work your way up to the front and hair­line. Clairol’s Nice’n Easy Root Touch Up ($12) is great for this.

Ease of Use

If you find you need more con­trol when ap­ply­ing the colour, try us­ing Nice’n Easy Colour Blend Foam ($18) - the tex­ture of the foam makes it eas­ier to ap­ply as the non-drip for­mula helps to pre­vent un­wanted colour move­ment.

By fol­low­ing th­ese tips, colour­ing your hair from home will be easy. For re­mark­able di­men­sion, the Nice’n Easy Anti-Flat hair colour ($14.50) will help en­hance ev­ery look to achieve your nat­u­ral colour at its best.

“By adding di­men­sion to your hair colour, you’re mak­ing a sub­tle change that can make a big dif­fer­ence, with­out dra­matic colour change,” says Jef­frey.


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