Colourful changes


Transform your look from dreary to dramatic with the latest blend of colourful hair dyes and weaves, writes Thami Kwazi.


If colouring your natural or relaxed hair cherry red is too drastic a measure for you, opt for a colourful weave instead. Or go for bright-red highlights in your weave. Remember the hair underneath the weave also needs maintenance. Use an oil conditioner on both your hair and scalp.


Get Amber Rose’s blonde crop by going for permanent dye, online casino but be warned – don’t attempt this if your hair’s not healthy, and think twice before going this route with relaxed hair. Once you’ve got the colour sorted, and you’d like to take it to the next level, go for an S-curl! Make sure your hair’s in tip-top shape though. With all of these chemical treatments your scalp will need conditioning. Maintain the scalp and keep the curl activated with an avocado enriched curl-activator gel that will also eliminate frizz.


Who says dreadlocks have to be black? Take a leaf out of Relo’s hairstyle book – and create fun and sassy dreads. Permanent dye is one option, but if you feel that’s too, well, permanent and you’d like a product that’s a bit more natural, choose a henna dye, av. Often used to make temporary tattoos, henna is natural, and it doesn’t damage your hair. Remember to take care of your dyed dreadlocks.

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