Colour of the New Year: Healthy Brunettes

2022 is upon us and everywhere I look I am seeing glossy, mysterious, gorgeous brunettes. The new brunette looks are accompanied by a silky, healthy finish, and tones…

Colouring over Highlights

Highlights or colour applications give you different colour and tonal levels thoughout your hair. Our colour is salon-grade and can be used as either a base colour level…

Let’s break down the Numbers: Colours, Reflect and Tone

A little bit of knowledge about the numbers and classifications of colours can go a very long way in helping you understand colours and the colour selection process.…

Home Colouring for Men

More than 70% of women colour their hair. We are all used to seeing different tones and colours in women’s hair. It’s a little bit different for men.…

Ongoing, Flawless Grey Coverage – Less Colour, More Often

If you love your greys, full power to you and enjoy. We admire and respect non-conformist silver foxes. I’m talking about you, utterly fabulous mum at school with…

Ask a Colourist!

Expertise, included! We don’t just bring you better hair colour with healthier ingredients, we include personalised expert colourist advice too! Colour selection and home colouring are just so…

Customised colour – Duo Colour Kits

Perfect, Personalised Colour Blends Looking for a colour which is a little bit this, and a little bit that and 100% you? Sitting on the bronde fence and…

How Hair Porosity Affects Hair Colour

Most non-colourists have never heard of porosity before when dealing with hair. It is always good to learn something new, so we’re letting you know a bit more…

Q. Where does Brassiness come from? A. Natural Contributing Pigment

Why, why do we battle brassiness? What is actually going on? To understand brassiness, we must understand Natural Contributing Pigment (NCP). Natural contributing pigment is the varying degree…

5 Tips to Help you Care for your Colour

You’ve got the colour, tools and techniques to achieve gorgeous colour results at home. Now you just need to keep it looking it’s best by preventing damage which…

I Coloured my Hair and It Went Orange. What’s Going On?

One home colouring mishap that we do hear of from time to time is orangey colour results when colouring with a blonde colour. As a colourist, I have…

Everything Nice about Pumpkin Spice

Pumpkin spice hair is beautiful, elegant and rich shade and a hot contender for our favourite Autumn colour. What is Pumpkin Spice hair? Pumpkin spice hair is an…

Bleach Washing Your Hair

Bleach washing is an easy, effective, hair-friendly way to lift your colour, remove darker pigments and achieve a lighter colour result. If you want to lighten your hair,…

Colour Selection: Managing Unwanted Green tones in Your Hair

Green is great. We love green. On trees, plants, my sweet little indoor succulent garden by the window. Not so much in our hair. Green tones are usually…

Lightening Your Lovely Locks

How much can you lighten your hair colour? Good question! The answer depends on your natural colour, the developer you use and whether your hair has been previously…

10 Tips to Keep Your Red Hair Vibrant

Red, copper, strawberry, oh my! Shades of red can be deep and rich, or they can go soft and understated—but they all seem to come out quickly in…

10 Pro Tips For Your Best Blonde Hair Colour

We’ve put together our top ten tips to keep your blonde hair maintenance as simple as possible, so can spend less time on colour maintenance and more time…

How to Colour Hair Which Already Has Colour In It

If you’re currently home colouring, or thinking about it, chances are you have coloured your hair before. Colouring hair which has been coloured previously adds a few more…

Top 10 Tips To Keep Your Brunette Colour Rich and Fresh

Brunette colours are popular, beautiful, versatile and easy to live with and love. While they are easier to maintain than red or blonde colours, every brunette can benefit…

The Definitive Hair Colouring Dictionary

Did you know that increasing your vocabulary can increase your IQ? We’re going to raise your colourist IQ through the roof by getting you across the colouring lingo.…