Your style? I’m stuck in the eighties! I love the look from that era. My obsession for shapeless and oversized pieces began when I used to dig around in my mum’s wardrobe, something that I still do … For example, this big knitted jumper is hers! As a result, my make-up and hair both follow the same path. I love blood red lips and the most extreme blonde hair possible.
This short style isn’t particularly to go with my “eighties” look. It’s just that I find it suits my personality. And to stop it looking too boyish, I’ve kept my thick fringe to add movement and a touch of femininity. However, this does require a little bit of looking after, both in terms of the cut and the colour. To stop the colour fading over time, I use products specifically designed for coloured hair
Your look today?
I’m lucky to have smooth hair which easily falls into place. To hold it all together, I use a hairspray
for a long-lasting style! That way, I don’t need to spend hours and hours in the bathroom in the morning. I put more effort into my hair colour. As soon as I see a hint of it fading or spot dark roots coming through, I touch up the colour. For me, having shiny, uniform colour is the proof that you look after yourself!