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Streetstyle: looking after multi-coloured hair
Streetstyle: looking after multi-coloured hair
Streetstyle: looking after multi-coloured hair
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Streetstyle: looking after multi-coloured hair

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Multi-coloured hair never fails to attract an eccentric bunch of fashion-followers. Whilst you can still work this trend by dyeing a few strands of hair, the best way to wear this style is to have chunks of dye covering the entire head in all different colours from pink to yellow, blue and even neon-green!
 
The hair. A multi-coloured, sharp A-line bob. There are shades of orange, green and even yellow, making it the perfect hairstyle to liven up your wardrobe and plain, dark outfits. To keep your hair colour vibrant and long lasting, try using the Colour Therapy range. It hydrates hair whilst maintaining the colour pigments. Even when used on temporary hair colour, the effects are long-lasting and particularly effective when used daily.
 
The look. Inspired by the 60s, her look is made up of denim dungarees, knee-high boots, statement coat and shoulder bag. The final touch is diamond motif sweater. For her, it’s all about the detail, which is why she works this kooky, stylish look so well.
 
Tip of the day. Before taking the plunge, head down to your hair salon to discuss you colour change. Your stylist will be able to advise you on the best colour to suit your hair and skin tone. Once you’ve coloured your hair, use the Colour Therapy range regularly at home to keep your colour vibrant.
 
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