According to the Daily Mail there’s a new colour technique on the block – ‘oil slick hair’, which was developed by New York based colourist Aura Friedman to jazz up darker hair without bleach. Using intense purple, blue and green tones on an inky base colour, the process results in an iridescent effect also known as ‘duck feather’.

According to Elle when Autumn begins, most people have the urge to go dark with their hair colour, but a New York City Salon suggests lightening things up is better. Cold, dry weather can make your hair look a bit dull, so adding some soft highlights to blonde, red, or brunette hair will brighten up your look during the winter months.


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