Hair Strobing – another new expression meaning the same thing?
Strobing is similar to sculpting – you basically emphasize certain parts while hiding the others… But less harsh. Strobing is lighting some areas while darkening other areas of your hair. Quickly, it can be mistaken for ombre, balayage, snowlights, or baby lights – of which the latter is the closest in my opinion. Still, hair strobing is a new story – you actually sculp your hair shine, texture & shape with the help of hair color alone. Sounds crazy & unbelivable? Basically it’s playing with light.
Among numerous hair trends filling up our daily social media feeds, we decided to come with our very own one! Maybe you’ll want to connect your love for liquor with your love for hair dying. Or maybe, you can really have liquor, and you’ll settle for only hair dyes instead! Whatever the reason, find our fave’ cocktail hair ombre’ inspo below! 🙂 Continue Reading
Dyebrows are just what you first think of when you hear the word – it means actually dying your eyebrows! And like any other trend encountered during the past year, it slowly but surely makes its way from the catwalk and NYFW to beauty and hair salons… and to our hearts <3
How else do you think professional stylists get to know which hair color would work best with your skin tone and eye color? While there may be those extremely talented ones that know right away which color to suggest, one thing is for sure – they all studied the hair color chart before they became hair color professionals.
Finding the perfect hair color has always been a challenge for most people. There seems to be varying opinions on what looks good. Plus, hair trends always change every season. Although it can be fun to play around with the hair and change it ever so often, there are always those certain shades that match one’s skin tone perfectly.
When it comes to a lately very popular grey & silver hair trend, usually we’re like – Oh, I totes LOVE it, I wanna have it, or Nah, why would someone go grey by dying hair even BEFORE they actually get old & grey naturally? Continue Reading