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Transform your hair for the new season

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A Generic Photo of a woman with long, glossy, brunette hair. See PA Feature BEAUTY Hair Colour. Picture credit should read: PA Photo/thinkstockphotos. WARNING: This picture must only be used to accompany PA Feature BEAUTY Hair Colour.

Tulisa Contostavlos clearly likes to experiment with her hair colour but switching up your tone for the new season doesn’t have to be quite so dramatic.

If you’re unsure about which colour direction to take, the head of colour at Errol Douglas Salon, Jessica Speechly, suggests warming up your colour, looking to darker tonal additions: “Blondes go golden, brunettes hint at red, and all hair types are steered towards rich, glossy warmth.”

With new techniques like ‘finger painting’, ‘hot fringes’ and ‘chalking’ on hair colour menus, you can decide on your level of commitment.

Celebrity stylist Daniel Galvin’s finger painting technique can add depth and movement, while chalking is a temporary way to dabble with brighter shades for special occasions. Just like your wardrobe, changing your hair colour with the seasons can give you an instant boost.

 
 
 

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