Monday, 12 April 2010

Interlacing 'offers chance for different spring look'

People may want to get their natural hair dyes out for the spring season and try some new techniques, namely interlacing.

This is when the hair is plaited and a lighter colour than the person's natural shade is applied by painting onto the surface of the plait, explained Jane Stacey, TONI&GUY international technical director.

Ms Stacey compared the effect to 'glitter being sprinkled on top of the surface of the hair' and claimed it is 'worn best with a wavy and tousled look to catch the glints of colour in the light and give volume and movement.'

A different dye technique that people could try out with natural hair dyes is pastelising, which has been seen on the likes of Kelly Osbourne and involves painting pastel shades over bright blonde colours.

The TONI&GUY spring/summer 2010 trend report suggested that trends this season are tending towards loose and lived-in cuts, but high-fashion undertones are essential.ADNFCR-2885-ID-19714945-ADNFCR

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