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AW11 Hair Colour Trends

Celebs are always the first to get on board with hair colour trends – so we asked colour guru Denise at the amazing FOUR London salon to talk us through these celebs looks here...

By Theresa Caney
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AW11 Hair Colour Trends: Jessie J

AW11 Hair Colour Trends AW11 Hair Colour Trends: Jessie J Glossy dark hair always catches the eye, to achieve optimum shine a Vegetable Colour can be used to create the look. This length hair works well with or without waves.\r\n

AW11 Hair Colour Trends: Fearne Cotton

AW11 Hair Colour Trends AW11 Hair Colour Trends: Fearne Cotton Fearne always looks brilliant, reinventing her hair styles regularly. This look is very of-the-moment - stylish and chic. If you’ve had a summer of long hair it’s a great way of getting rid of split ends and revitalising your hair back to its lush best. Using a Wella shampoo and conditioner that is specifically formulated for coloured hair is essential if you want to maintain your colour and prevent premature colour fade. For a slight root lift Sebastian Forte Mousse would be perfect.

AW11 Hair Colour Trends: Rhianna

AW11 Hair Colour Trends AW11 Hair Colour Trends: Rhianna Hair pieces and extensions have definitely become more popular this season. For Rihanna it helps her to be flexible and vary her colour and style depending on what image she wants to project. Having gone red she’s now rocking this rich brown base with lights through it and it looks fabulous. If you feel the need to be adventurous with your hair colour on a regular basis then the vast selection of hair pieces offer a great option. Perfect Hair by Wella will help rebuild your cuticles and keep your colour lasting longer.

AW11 Hair Colour Trends: Blake Lively

AW11 Hair Colour Trends AW11 Hair Colour Trends: Blake Lively The summery blonde tones through her hair look great with long locks. This season everyone seems to want long wavy hair (and those that haven’t got it, fake it!). Short hair comes and goes with fashion, but the long, sexy waves remain the most sought-after look. It has feminine appeal and it enables you to experiment with all styles including plaits and hair up. For long hair that has been colour processed conditioning is vital. Wella Hydrating Masque will give your hair long lasting protection from drying out and noticeable softness. At FOUR London, as colour is our speciality, we offer a professional luxury conditioning treatment that clients love. Not only is it a relaxing and pampering service it is designed to help prolong colour and repair hair that may have been over-processed.

AW11 Hair Colour Trends: Karen Gillian

AW11 Hair Colour Trends AW11 Hair Colour Trends: Karen Gillian Karen has that lovely autumnal glow; coppers and titian reds are always a favourite when\r\napproaching winter particularly as these shades tend to co-ordinate well with your winter wardrobe.\r\nBe aware though that reds and coppers fade faster than blondes or brunettes, so check whether\r\nyour hairdresser will provide a top up colour for you to take home. At FOUR we custom-mix a home\r\ncolour shine for individual clients, at their request, so that they can refresh their colour at home. It\r\nensures colour never looks washed-out in-between salon visits.

AW11 Hair Colour Trends: Kelly Brook

AW11 Hair Colour Trends AW11 Hair Colour Trends: Kelly Brook Kelly has a rich golden brown which gradually gets lighter towards the ends, this enables brunettes to have a sun-kissed look with the roots having a few waves of blonde through the ends. It’s a great trend, especially during the autumn and winter months as it really does give you a lift. Having the volume and wave helps the blonde to blend naturally from root to ends.\r\n


\r\nThanks to the colour guru Denise at FOUR London - book an appointment by calling 0207 297 9600

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