Aurora Hairdressing Ombre Hair Colour

How to get the perfect Ombre hair

Siobhan Jones from Headmasters says:

"Ombre is a really flexible colour technique, it can be made super subtle with some sunkissed effect ends or dialled up to the extremes with lites going high in the hair or using a contrasting colour such as Carmin Red on the ends.

The perfect ombre will be dependent on what you are looking for, do you want to add some subtle interest to the ends or are you looking for something more daring.

Things to consider:

• Warm Skintone, Light Eyes
• Warm Skintone, Dark Eyes
• Cool Skintone , Light Eyes
• Cool Skintone, Dark Eyes

During your consultation at Aurora Hairdressing, our colourist will talk with you to ensure you get your perfect colour. They will then decide the right shade, the right technique to use, the right placement of the Ombre and the intensity of the colour transition that is specific to an Ombre technique."


3 Hair Tips To keep Your Colour Beautiful

The best tips and tricks from Aurora Hairdressing stylist and the world’s top hair experts, giving you the real lowdown on how to achieve great hair.

 

1.

"Book a conditioning treatment when your colour is done or use an over-night deep conditioning treatment soon after." - Nick Irwin

 

2.

"Always have a consultation before you have your colour done. Take in tear sheets of hair colour that you like and also the colour you don’t want – aim to take five you love, five you hate." - Josh Wood

 

3.

"With a new colour you need to be fully aware of what you are committing to – if you want to go very blonde you can’t use straighteners every day, also how often will your roots need doing?" - Josh Wood

On your next visit feel free to ask Aurora’s stylist about any of our tips or to show you how to create a style that’s perfectly suited to you.


4 Great Supermodel Hair Style Tips

The best tips and tricks from Aurora Hairdressing stylist and the world’s top hair experts, giving you the real lowdown on how to achieve great hair.

 

1.

"For that swept supermodel fringe, blow dry it all forward and quite flat down over your face. Then push it all to the side to finish the look." - George Northwood

 

2.

"If you want to get real supermodel hair like Rosie Huntington-Whiteley or Gisele, rough dry the hair and then take random sections and wrap around big tongs, the secret is to leave the roots and at least an inch/half-inch at the ends and just tong the middle section." - George Northwood

 

3.

"Hot or warm hair can be molded into any shape or style; to create perfect waves at home, simply twist hair up into a tight bun straight after blow-drying and leave to cool for as long as possible. Let it down once cool and you’ll have natural waves with no effort!" - Sarah Louise

 

4.

"For wild sexy hair, blow-dry with your head upside down using your fingers to tousle and add texture." - Peter Gray.

On your next visit feel free to ask Aurora’s stylist about any of our tips or to show you how to create a style that’s perfectly suited to you.


6 Secret Style Hair Tips

The best tips and tricks from Aurora Hairdressing stylist and the world’s top hair experts, giving you the real lowdown on how to achieve great hair.

 

1.

"Choose a straightener with a temperature control. Gradually move up the temperature from low to high, once you get your perfect look stick to that temperature in the future" - Aurora Hairdressing

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2.

"Take a look at your hair before you automatically shampoo/style it, often a blast of dry shampoo or a little hairspray will mean that you don’t have to restyle that day." - Peter Gray

 

3.

"Always apply heat protection products on your hair before using electric styling tools" - Aurora Hairdressing

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4.

"Just as you select your moisturiser to suit your skin type, you should select the right kinds of styling products for your hair to look its best." - Harry Josh.

 

5.

"On wet hair use a tangle teezer and always gently ease out knots from the ends upwards." - Aurora Hairdressing

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6.

"Dry, split ends make hair look dull and lifeless and having them trimmed off regularly is the fast way to getting hair in good condition." - Nick Irwin.

On your next visit feel free to ask Aurora’s stylist about any of our tips or to show you how to create a style that’s perfectly suited to you.


3 Everyday Essential Hair Tips

The best tips and tricks from Aurora Hairdressing stylist and the world’s top hair experts, giving you the real lowdown on how to achieve great hair.

1.

"Don't wash your hair everyday - it's strips off all the healthy nutrients and leave your hair dehydrated, which leads to more oil production" - Aurora Hairdressing.

2.

"A mini daily scalp massage is great for hair; spend two minutes gently kneading the scalp to improve blood flow as a healthy scalp = healthy hair." - Philip Kingsley

3.

"Rubbing hair with a towel is one of the most damaging things. After that it's over-heating the hair with driers, curling wands and straightening irons." - Nick Irwin.

On your next visit feel free to ask Aurora’s stylist about any of our tips or to show you how to create a style that’s perfectly suited to you.


Train your hair to be grease-free and gorgeous

By Michelle Phan

Hi Everyone,

Did you wash your hair today? Or better yet, did you NEED to wash it today? Many people suffer from an oily scalp and feel like they can’t go a day in between washes without risking a bad (and greasy) hair day. But what they don’t realize is that a daily shampooing – which seems absolutely necessary when looking in the mirror – is actually doing more harm than good to their locks. When you wash your hair every day you actually strip your hair of all the nutrients and natural oils it needs to be healthy. This can lead to breakage, brittle strands, very little shine, and overall, it will dry out your scalp.

Forgoing a wash may seem crazy, but skipping days in between shampooing will actually slow down oil production and leave you with a healthier, more styling-friendly mane. It may seem like you’re running a marathon you can’t finish by taking on the task of training your hair not to need a daily dose of shampoo, but a month or so of effort, a few hat days and the following steps, and you’ll be well on your way to the hair you always wanted. Shiny, grease-free hair, here we come!

Day 1

Wash your hair as you normally do and style. If you use products on your tresses, like hairsprays or volumizers, that’s fine. They’ll actually help the texture and will keep your strands looking less greasy in the days to come.

Day 2

A shower always does a body good, especially if you’ve worked out or need to shave. On the second day though, don’t wash your hair. Instead put it up on your head with a clip or wear a shower cap to prevent your hair from getting wet. Once out of the shower, follow your beauty route as usual. When ready to style your hair, add a little volume to your tresses by teasing the sides just a bit and go about your day. If you have super oily hair, spray a thin layer of dry shampoo at your roots and work it in with your fingers.

**Aurora Hairdressing Stylist recommend L’Oreal Techni Art Fresh Dust - Dry shampoo, the professional formula absorbs oil, with a light-weight feel and shiny look, so hair feels and smells like freshly washed hair. And L’Oreal Techni Art Air Fix - hair spray which creates long-lasting anti-frizz protection, with a strong hold and a natural-looking shiny finish. Easy to brush out, with no visible residue.

Day 3

If your scalp isn’t too oily by day three you may get away with a little more dry shampoo, but I suggest going the updo route. You can wear a messy bun or a sleek ponytail. Either works, as one plays on the texture of your hair and the other uses the oils in your locks to smooth out your hairstyle. Then, go about your day as usual.

Day 4

If you’re feeling super daring and have a day of relaxation ahead, consider day four a hat day. But, most of us will be at that point when washing our hair just makes sense. On day four you’ll have some dry shampoo build up and are probably longing for hair you can run your fingers through once again. Hop in the shower and shampoo as you did on day one!

Bonus Trick:

If on day two you wake up with a crease in your hair or what seems to be an unmanageable calic, hop in the shower and wet your hair with warm water (Not hot!). Apply conditioner half way up your hair to the ends, let sit three minutes, and then rinse out. This will condition your strands without striping your roots of oils. Finish by blow drying your hair with the cool air setting on your blow dryer.

After a few weeks of following this four-day process your hair will begin producing less oil. Remember, patience is key – once you can make it two days, you can train for three and so on.

Good luck!

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