Personalising Your Hair Care Regime
18 September 2018
We are a nation of wanting what we haven’t got and that doesn’t stop at hair. However, with the right haircare regime at your disposal, you can take your hair-envy to hair-reality in no time at all. If you’re looking to strengthen your hair and have no idea where to start, or need the assurance that your skin tone will suit a certain colour, here’s how to embark upon a personalised haircare journey made just for you!
Personalisation Step #1: Hair Inspo
When embarking on hair colour personalisation, your first step is to decide on the colour you’re after. A quick insta search can lead you to hours of hair envy as you scroll through the abundance of incredible visual references. (Quick tip: Take a peek at #hairgoals or #hairinspo for a moodboard of ideas to get you started). Luckily for you, the answers can be found in one place. Without even leaving the comfort of your coach with L'Oréal Professionnel’s 3D Style My Hair Mobile App.
What’s An App Got To Do With It?
ALERT: this is maybe the most excited we’ve been about technology, ever. The L'Oréal Professionnel 3D Style My Hair App, is easily downloadable on most phones and utilises the best of augmented reality to fulfil your personalised colour fantasies. That’s right, now it’s possible to see what your hair would look like going from platinum blonde to ebony and every shade in between, at the click of a button, straight from your phone. The outcome is a natural-looking, realistic idea of what works and what doesn’t. The entire spectrum of hair colours at your fingertips, without the work… The dream.
Personalisation Step #2: Trip To The Salon
Once you’ve got a better idea of your perfect hair hue, it’s time to take it to the experts. Whilst at the salon, it’s all well and good catching up on the latest goss with your stylist but ensure you make the most of your consultation time and chat through your options.
If you’re on the natural hype and want herbal henna hair, L’Oreal Professionnel Botanéa Professional Hair Colour is a 100% herbal hair colour for your hair that offers beautifully vibrant colour results, naturally. If you prefer your hair au naturel, this is the one for you.
High Gloss Hair Colour
As a personalised colour alternative, Redken Shades EQ Gloss can be mixed in salon to say a big yes to every colour desire out there. Both colour-correcting and conditioning, it tones hair, adds radiance and creates a beautiful finish. And the best part is, it only takes 20 minutes to work. Kiss discolouration goodbye because it's time to shine!
If you’re a balayage babe however, your stylist will whip up the perfect colour cocktail just for you.
Personalisation Step #3: Hair Needs
Finally, the shade you’ve been pining over for the last few weeks (or couple of hours - we don’t judge) is yours. The next step in your haircare personalisation regime is getting your hair in top notch condition. Like everyone, you need a treatment that elevates your tresses into healthy, lustrous locks. But to do this, you need to truly understand what your hair is craving - is it dry? Damaged? Thinning? Dull? Unruly? Perhaps a mixture? Whatever it is, your hair’s wish is Kérastase’s command with Fusio-Dose, an in-salon only professional treatment. With the help of your hairdresser, you will identify your hair’s main concerns, and a bespoke hair treatment will be created accordingly.
Personalisation Step #4: Hair At Home
Now that you're fully dosed up, keep up the good work with Kerastase Fusio-Dose Home Lab which your stylist will put together for you personally, available to buy in salons only. Finally you can have that salon perfect hair, at home.
You’ve invested in the colour and care, so don’t forget that all important styling regime. Whether it be curls, waves, sleek or textured, your stylist can prescribe the best styling products to maintain salon worthy hair.
So there you have it, just four easy steps to creating your personalised haircare regime. No two women are the same - and neither is your hair!
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