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If you’re looking for a mid-year hair change but don’t want to sacrifice your long locks, try a layered style. It suits both fine and thick hair types, as it can be used to create depth and dimension as well as break up the dense “hanging like curtains” look. Asking for layers means the stylist will cut your hair to different lengths. The exact position and length of the layers will be adjusted to flatter your face shape. For example, long and airy layers look best on square and round face shapes, while oval faces look good with soft, subtle layers. A long hairstyle with layers is a great way to give your mane more movement, texture, and bounce without a dramatic change. Guess what ladies? if you don’t like it HELLO HAIR EXTENSIONS. just add some long beautiful tape in extensions and that will give you back the length and a little more volume. Go for it! You got this!

 

 

HAIR ADDICTS A BEAUTIFUL ADDICTION 

BLONDE OR DARK? 

Black hair is an eye-catching colour choice that looks dramatic and bold on long hair. Think full-on femme fatale! Depending on the warm or cool undertones in the dye, black hair can also suit any skin tone – although those on the fairer end of the spectrum should note that it will emphasize any paleness in your complexion. Ensure you don’t look washed out by opting for a cool black and treating your dark tresses to shine-enhancing treatments. Statement make-up will also look great when teamed with this striking colour. Olive and deep skin tones can get away with more natural-looking long black hair; a warm black will pick up the equally rich tones in your complexion.

Blonde hair never goes out of style, and the shade that’s trending right now is ice blonde. Not as stark as platinum, this is a cool-toned bleached look with an ashy wash, plus subtle champagne and peach highlights to add dimension. If you’re not a natural blonde, you can still get this style with the high balayage technique, where your roots are left dark but given a similarly cool undertone and expertly blended with the bleached strands. Like all blonde hairstyles, this one requires maintenance. Stock up on toner and hair masks, and be prepared to re-colour regularly. While it’s more of an investment than other hair colour changes, the results of going blonde are incredibly beautiful and worth it.

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