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SHE Carribean Magazine - - HAIR NEWS -

If you're like me, you get into hair-ruts and feel bored with your usual look. But be­fore you run to your stylist for a chop or new colour, you should know one of the big­gest hair trends at the Lon­don, New York and Mi­lan Fash­ion Week shows is a nat­u­ral, as-you-are, low-key look. This doesn't im­ply tran­si­tion­ing to nat­u­ral locks for those of us who have re­laxed hair, but rather play­ing up what is al­ready your dis­tinc­tive look. Stay­ing true to your locks doesn't nec­es­sar­ily mean re­sort­ing to your usual rou­tine for spe­cial hol­i­day events.

tips are great for up­dat­ing your hair with­out al­ter­ing your hair iden­tity. If you like to walk on the wild side, other stars such as Hi­lary Duff, Brit­ney Spears and Kylie Jen­ner have all taken the plunge and gone pas­tel. Aqua­ma­rine, light pink, and li­lac have been seen on celebs, some­times at the same time! Not sure if you want to sub­ject your hair to the rig­or­ous process of go­ing cot­ton candy? We sug­gest ex­ten­sions, which are per­fect for try­ing out the look to see if you love it. WARN­ING! This trend isn't for the faint of heart, so if you're still look­ing to dye your tresses, go for a nat­u­ral colour that com­pli­ments your skin tone. We also rec­om­mend go­ing to your stylist in­stead of D-I-Y jobs that may yield the re­sults you're look­ing for.

Happy Styling!

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