HAIR 101


I get so many questions about my hair colour, and the way I style it. So I thought I'd talk you through the steps taken by the amazing team at Sassoon, Kings road to achive my look. If you look through my posts you'll see my hair isn't massively different, I hadn't had my balayage touched since this time last year so it was really grown out! All I wanted was a little refresh, taking the colour up a bit higher towards my jawline just to bring my colour back to life.

The colour: First a Sassoon Professional 'White Up' pre-lightener was used-this is hand painted from the ends of the hair and blended out up towards the roots. The main thing is to make sure you create a seamless blend from one colour to the other.  Some section through the top were woven then hand painted away from the roots to give a natural and soft finish. After the bleach had processed a semi permanent toner was applied to my hair to give a softer 'Scandinavian blonde' feel to the lightened hair.

The cut; My hair was in pretty good condition considering it had just been bleached, so we only cut a small amount from the length, my hair was then cut to a line below the shoulders and added long layers through the back to give soft movement to the hair. 

The style; My hair was blow-dried with Sassoon Professional 'Heat Shape' and 'Halo Hydrate' to give protection from the heat of the drier and hold to the style. Finally a large tong was used through the ends of the hair alternating the sections to give natural movement. (This is what I use at home.) Finally the hair was finished with Sassoon Professional 'Motion Hold' to ensure the style lasted.

Thank you to both Matt and Peter at Sassoon Kings Road for my cut and colour.


Blazer - Reiss
Tshirt - ASOS
Sandals - Hermes
Bag - Vintage, similar here
Sunglasses - ASOS
Earrings - Zara

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