Trend To Try: Two-Tone Tresses

TWO-TONE hair colour is here to stay! And we couldn’t be more happy about this no-fuss hair trend. Two-tone hair allows you to experiment with two different shades at the same time. So if you are an indecisive girl when it comes to hair, then this is for you. Go bold, soft, colourful or natural with endless colour choices. Two-tone hair is a great way to rock a low maintenance look, but not sacrifice in the style department. Look to these celebs to get the look.

Both blonde and black shades are natural, so when they are being combined the result happens to be incredible and eye-catching.

Trend To Try: Two-Tone Tresses

Madonna

Porscha Coleman‘s two tone hair colour melts from dark black to a vibrant plum.

Porscha Coleman

Rapper Angel Haze uses the striking contrast between dark and light hair as a statement. Plus she adds the grey hair trend into the mix.

Angel Haze

Contrast with two-tone colour would be more pronounced when styling your hair straight. Curls soften the contrast and the colour transition.

Lady Antebellum

Laura Marano shows her preference for using natural hair colours and gradual transitions (an ombre effect) with the lower two thirds of her hair visibly transitioning to lighter tints of honey blonde and caramel

TIP: When colouring with reds, choose two different tones to show dimension between cool and warm reds.

 

Trend To Try: Two-Tone Tresses

Ultimate Blends The Strength Restorer Honey Treasures Serum: R69.95, Garnier, End Doctor: R385, EVO, Protective heat-styling active spray: R285, Lakme, Profiber Masque (200ml): R330, LÓreal Professional And Olive Oil Formula Deep Conditioner: R25.95, Palmer’s

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I am Beauty Editor at People Magazine and a make-up artist. I have worked with many celebrities, including, Phumeza Mdaba, Boity, Zuraida Jardine and Rolene Strauss. I always knew I would work in magazines, as I grew up in publishing (my parents are publishers). When I’m not writing beauty or following my passion for make-up, I can be found reading and spending time with family and friends. I am also a tea-lover

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