It’s the Vogue interview we’ve all been waiting for. So what is Kim Kardashian West really like?!
She’s lined up to star on Celebs Go Dating and as no stranger to reality TV, ex-TOWIE star Lauren Goodger knows how to look her best.
But the Essex girl hasn’t always looked so polished and, quite frankly, has sported some questionable looks over the years. She never strays far from her brunette roots, and loves long and luscious locks. Here are some of her best (and worst) looks over the years.
Which is your fave?
Love Island is back in our screens and that means a chance to check out presenter Caroline Flack’s latest hairdo.
Caroline usually loves a messy wave but she’s no stranger to experimenting with her look, from ombre, balayage and dip dye before going back to her brunette roots.
She’s been every colour from peroxide blonde, dark and light brown and has even rocked a pink dye in the past.
What will she go for next? And which look is your favourite?
You’ve been growing your hair for so long that you eventually get so bored of it that the next time you go to the hairdressers you get it all cut off.
Sound familiar? And, as radio DJ and podcast presenter Fearne Cotton proves, once you chop, you can’t stop!
If you’re looking for a new style for summer book an appointment with us today.
With a tour fast approaching, we take a look back at Ginger Spice’s best (and worst!) looks.
She’s one of the most famous models in the world, and looks just as beautiful now as she did when she started out in the 90s. Here Cindy Crawford reveals what she’s learnt about make up and skincare over the years.
The Kardashian women are known for always looking picture perfect, and no wonder with their glam squad on speed dial. Here Kourtney Kardashian reveals her make up secrets for when she does it herself at home… Video courtesy of VOGUE.
As a new mum to baby Theodore (with her reality TV star husband Spencer Williams) model Vogue Williams knows a thing or two about anti-ageing products and what to use to hide tired eyes and skin.
Here are some of her favourite products…
Balayage has been around for a while, but this timeless technique is creeping its way back into being one of the most popular requests in salons.
What is it?
Balayage is French, meaning sweep or to paint. It’s a freehand hair colouring technique that gives a really blended natural look with no harsh or obvious regrowth lines.
It allows for a sun-kissed natural looking hair colour, with softer, less noticeable re-growth. The main idea being ‘less is more’ when creating a natural, multi-tonal finish.
It’s a great method if you want to refresh your colour but don’t want to go for a bold colour overhaul.
How is balayage applied?
Balayage is painted on the surface of the hair strand and not saturated through the section until the very tips. This ensures a smooth, blended stroke of colour. Unlike highlights, no foil or meche are used to create the highlights.
How long does it take?
The depth of balayage can vary so much from a matter of minutes to a full on, triple process look that can take up to 3 hours But it lasts well which means you can leave longer between appointments. Read more about it here.