Shades of glory

Di­rec­tor and founder of MOB Hair Tar­ryn y Ch­er­ni­ay­eff y ex­plains win­ter’s must-h must-have hair hues

NW - - Star Stylist -

LIVED-IN LI BLONDE

“At the mo­ment we’re see­ing se a lot of re­quests for nat­u­ral na blonde looks and, com­ing c out of sum­mer, there th are still plenty of our clients c want­ing lived-in blonde,” bl says Tar­ryn. “So, think th stretched out roots and an sub­tle bal­ayage.” Keep your y blonde from go­ing brassy br with a pur­ple wash and be sure to spritz a leave-in con­di­tioner w when­ever strands are wet to main­tain hy­dra­tion and shine.

RICH RED

“Com­ing into the cooler months, red­heads will want to re­ally make their colour pop by adding tones of cop­per or keep­ing the shade rich and vi­brant,” says Tar­ryn. “As with brunettes, red­heads also want lots of di­men­sion and depth. Ask your colourist for free­hand high­lights, fin­ish­ing with some ex­tra-shine gloss colour, such as Red­ken Shades EQ to make your colour pop.” En­sure your colour stays vi­brant with a gen­tle, colour pro­tect­ing sham­poo and con­di­tioner, and re­store shine and hy­dra­tion with styling oil.

DI­MEN­SIONAL BRUNETTE

“Brunettes “are lov­ing warmth this th sea­son, and this will con­tinue ue into i win­ter,” says Tar­ryn. “Think k face-fram­ing fa honey and caramel el baby­lights b and sub­tle bal­ayage. e. Choose C mul­ti­di­men­sional and d mul­ti­toned m hues over one block ck colour.” Show off your healthy y h hair by wash­ing with a clar­i­fy­ing ng s sham­poo to keep it in good nick, ck, then up the shine fac­tor with h an après sham­poo cream.

PAS­TELS

“When it comes to unique shades, I would say pink is still hav­ing a mo­ment. How­ever, pas­tels in gen­eral at this time of year al­ways make their mark,” says Tar­ryn. “One trend we’re cur­rently see­ing is blown out, soft hues like smoky cho­co­late, amethyst brown and pale orange.” The key to your best-ever colour is to have healthy hair. Use re­plen­ish­ing and mois­tur­is­ing treat­ments and get reg­u­lar colour touch-ups to avoid dull­ness.

R+CO Sun­set Blvd Blonde Sham­poo $45 rogue­beauty. com.au Ouai Leave In Con­di­tioner $40 sephora.com.au

Dry­bar The Chaser Shine Cream Bum­ble and Bum­ble Sun­day Sham­poo $38 mecca.com.au $39 sephora.com.au Gloss Moderne Clean Lux­ury Masque $90 sephora.com.au

IGK Rich Kid Co­conut Oil Gel $42 sephora.com.au Oribe Sham­poo for Beau­ti­ful Color $59 rogue­beauty.com.au Orig­i­nal & Min­eral Main­tain the Mane Con­di­tioner $33 sephora.com.au

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