Tuesday, April 03, 2007

Colouring your hair [Part 4]

You are Asian?
Break your hair up a little, with specialised colour:

- A complete re-colouring will last between two and three months, depending on how fast your hair grows (around 1.5cm a month).

- You could also go for chunky high and lowlights, for a more suble colour change, which is great if you want to avoid the 'helmet effect' of all-over colour. Go for copper and red tones to make the most of your hair.

- You can also shampoo in a tint, which will wash out over 8 to 12 shampoos. Change your colour with the season, choosing warm colours during winter and paler shade in the summertime.

- Try a henna mask at home, for light and movement without the commitment of permanent colour. Try the Body Shop and Boots for henna colour, which is 100% natural and washes out over time.

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