The 2019 Met Gala pink carpet was generous on vibrant and fun hair colours! Lucy Boynton’s adorable baby blue hair, Kylie Jenner’s bright violet wig, Kristen Stewart chunky red highlights and many more celebrity looks have been truly creative this year. Vogue magazine has even Read More
The new year brings fresh hair colours to try. We've summed it up so you can get ideas and experiment!
Trendy hues of 2018 repeat the natural palette of fall - warm, rich and shiny. Rainbow colours are also having their moment and come in dusty shades as well as neon bright. The trendy highlights will remind us of our favourite autumn drinks - coconut mocha, pumpkin latte and caramel cappuccino.
Going brunette to blonde is probably the most demanded makeover among celebrities in 2017-2018. From Emilia Clarke's "Mother of Dragons" platinum locks to Solange Knowles with her beautiful blonde afro - everyone is embracing the Blonde Hair obsession, and you may too.
Boom boom boom, Katy you are a firework! There is no other artist who has changed their hair colour for so many times, and yet Katy Perry did it again! After finishing her Asia tour, the singer was so amazed by the beauty of cherry blossom, that she decided to colour her hair Candy Floss Pink leaving the roots dark.
Spring is the season of change and new beginnings, so why not start with your appearance? Whether you want to refresh your current colour or even completely change the look, we researched Spring 2018 hair colour trends and chose the most exciting transformations.
You probably already know about the balayage trend - as worn by like Jessica Alba, Gisele, Kim Kardashian and Jennifer Lopez and more last year. Well the hot new trend for 2018 is the 'reverse balayage' and we've got all the gossip on it - what it is, how it's done and which products to use.
Vogue has picked up on the trend for soft browns and dark creams as we move from autumn to winter.
In particular, the word 'hygge' has been appearing again - a Danish word that used when "acknowledging a feeling or moment, whether alone or with friends, at home or out, ordinary or extraordinary as cosy, charming or special".