True Colours

Thinking of changing up your hair colour? Make a statement with the shades of the moment.

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Thinking of changing up your hair colour? Make a statement with the shades of the moment.

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It’s said to be one of the most flattering shades for Asian skin tones.

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From dark chocolate to a lighter chestnut hue, this is a cool option if you’re going for a low maintenance, au naturel look.

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The most natural ombre shade, it’s a light blonde graduating to chocolate or vice versa.

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Rose Gold

Instagram’s top hair colour trend remains one of the most popular hues simply because it’s so pretty.

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Granny hair has become cool. To make it stand out even more, pair it with dark roots. 

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Pumpkin (aka Gingersnap)

This comes in varying shades of intensity, from copper and ginger to orange and fiery red.

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You’ve got a lot of options here, but if you’re worried about damaging your hair by going the platinum blonde route, opt for dark roots with blonde highlights.

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This attention-grabbing shade is not going away any time soon.

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Pastel lavender like Kelly Osbourne or electric violet like Katy Perry? 

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If you’re adventurous enough, this mermaid-inspired hue is much more flattering than you think.
Dos and Don’ts
Avoid overusing heat styling tools.

Always use a heat protectant spray from root to tip before blow-drying or using heat stylers.

Pick a shampoo and conditioner combination that’s specific for colourtreated hair to keep colours fresh and vibrant. Use purple or silver shampoo to prevent your blonde locks from turning brassy too quickly.

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