• ELLE UK \ How to Dye Dark Hair Lighter

    ELLE UK \ How to Dye Dark Hair Lighter

    “Would you love beautiful pastel highlights and jewel tones, but want to avoid bleached, porous, split ends?

    With a huge range of at-home hair dye and DIY colour treatments available, changing the colour of our hair is as ingrained in our beauty routine as painting our nails.

    Colouring really dark hair, however, is not always as easy as it is for our fair-haired sisters. There are enough bleaching horror stories out there to put anyone off trying.

    But fear not, because beautiful, pastel-toned highlights are not a million miles out of reach.

    We spoke to some top hair experts to understand the different ways to colour your hair and how they can work for you.”

    To find out more read Zoe Dubbs article for Elle UK where Limoz Logli gives advice on bleaching dark Hair.

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  • Trend Alert | Non- Touring

    Trend Alert | Non- Touring

    The Non-touring makeup trend, which is the opposite of contouring, was huge over summer. Instead of artificially sculpting the face using dark and light shades, it plays with light reflection, so highlighters are used to naturally accentuate the cheekbones and cupids bow, making skin glow, and look naturally dewy.

     

    As makeup trends normally translate into most areas of the beauty world, non-touring is the next big thing in hair – and just like makeup, it’s all about glossy, natural looking, and super shiny hair.

     

    Hair non-touring, like makeup, is achieved using highlights and lowlights to flatter the face; so therefore, non-touring is a low maintenance, fresher, and more natural approach, focusing on shine.

     

    By meticulously coating the hair with a gloss it will instantly to add some depth and act like a natural pick me up; this is a quick trick to give colour some extra shine.

     

    The glosses correct shades only, they cannot lift, or change colour permanently. They are a great way to keep hair looking fresh and shiny in between highlights, or to accentuate natural colour, and can be applied all over, or just at the ends.

     

    Limoz Logli says –

     

    “At Limoz Logli, we are continuously keeping up with the hair trends of our stylish customers. Each job is bespoke as we tailor the approach to the customers face shape and find the most flattering shape. By applying glosses to specific areas of the hair, you can alter the look, and this is done in a completely natural way”

     

  • What do Victoria Secrets Models have in common….

    What do Victoria Secrets Models have in common….

    BALAYAGE
    1970s: French, literally ‘sweeping’, from balayer ‘to sweep’. A freehand technique that is used to create natural highlights.

    At Limoz Logli Hair & Beauty we are obsessed with Balayage as it produces that sun-kissed natural looking hair colour that nature gave us as children. No matter how dramatic the result you will automatically rid yourself of your regrowth lines and instead have softer, less noticeable roots.

    It has fast become our biggest colour technique, and we are not surprised especially when it means little maintenance for clients.

    Take Victoria Secret models for example, they all have in common that tousled beach wave look but you may not notice that they ALL pretty all much have balayage, just different spectrums of colour and depth.

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  • Oooo…. Olaplex

    Oooo…. Olaplex

    So you have probably already read or experienced the new wonder treatment that has hit the UK, and yes they are true! How else do you think the infamous Kardashian went platinum blonde and back to brunette in a week without destroying her mane? OLAPLEX!

    It’s no surprise that the beauty world was ecstatic when J LO and Kim K announced the secret to their shiny manes — it was a product called Olaplex.

    Olaplex is by far the most exiciting treatment we have seen enter the hair market. As hairdressers we are excited to see a treatment that can be used it in many forms and not just as a traditional back wash treatment. Olaplex can be added to your colour process or any keratin process to maintain the integrity of the hair. It can also assist in dramatic colour changes without the chemical damage you would normally experience.

    Recently arrived from America, we have been using Olaplex for months now and can really see the long term benefits on our clients. Not just a quick fix, OLAPLEX™ is a single active ingredient, designed to reconnect the sulfur bonds broken by the process of permanent hair coloring and lightening. OLAPLEX™ is free of silicones, oils, aldehydes and paragons so kind to the hair.

    Book in now to add it to your colour process, or even as a stand alone treatment before your blowdry. We promise you will agree the hype as soon as you have tried it.

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