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Lifestyle : Hair and Beauty 2011
1HERSA1 0020 JOICO PRESENTS Gl ll ing e li h w h T h C e , he T h ' S l n T ke e , i e ning A li h e he we l h kn wle ge n e e ien e whi h h n e iling ine e in e nigh e il e ie . He S ne e in will e e e hing h w ke n ing n he e e ing he n le e hi kill . SEMINAR INFORMATION 1.5 PRESENTATION + 30 MINUTES Q&A SESSION INCLUDING CANAP S AND DRINKS WEDNESDAY 16TH NOVEMBER | IVY BALLROOM | $200 BOOK NOW: http://joico.eventix.com.au FOR JOICO STOCKISTS CALL 1300 764 437 JOICO.COM.AU TABATHA TAKES OVER YOUR BUSINESS Amp up the care factor and opt for breezy styles in clean colours to get your tresses looking their best for the party season. Mane event Smileandwave... Miranda Kerr. Photo: Getty Images J ust like your skin, your locks need extra attention when the mercury rises. To ensure you have a glossy mane to rival the A-list stars, commit these top hair tips to memory. TLC Always opt for shampoos and conditioners that cater to your hair type and shade -- blondes take note: a weekly wash with silver shampoo will eliminate brassy tones. It's also a good idea to counteract all that poolside action with clarifying lotions such as Redken Hair Cleansing Cream, which is designed to remove product build up and chlorine. A weekly moisturising treatment such as Terax or Redken All Soft will also help boost the health of your hair -- or you could hit the salon for a professional gloss treatment to lock in the colour and shine. Eat it Good hair health starts on the inside, according to nutritionist Zoe Bingley-Pullin. She recommends tucking into high-quality protein foods such as quinoa, beans, tofu and lean meats with every meal. ''The hair is made of protein so this is essential,'' she says. ''Zinc is also important for the formation of hair and nails and to stimulate the immune system, so eat lots of pepitas, seafood and beef.'' And don't forget the essential fats for glossy textured hair -- think avocado, flaxseed oil, fish and raw unsalted nuts. The cut The ''new long'' is how leading Sydney stylist Jayne Wild of Wild Life Hair describes the cut to covet. Somewhere between long and short, it falls on the shoulders and is more relaxed and carefree. Belinda Jeffrey of La Boutique in Double Bay agrees. ''Cuts right now are less structured and incorporate lots of sexy movement,'' she says. Bombshell locks When it comes to styling, the hot look right now takes its cue from Victoria's Secret angels -- think Miranda Kerr and company with their glossy, sexy waves. To recreate the look all you need is a GHD styling iron. Separate the hair into six large sections and, using the GHD, pull each section of the hair forward past your face and voila. Shades of summer Sun-kissed is the shade of the season according to Jeffreys. ''White blonde is a strong look and is created by blending multi-tones. It's all about a variation of shades for a natural sun-kissed look rather than a 'blanket' of colour,'' she says. Brunettes, meanwhile, are going dark and glossy. ''Think mochas, chocolates and chestnuts that are blended really well; the two-toned streak effect and balayage are very much on the way out.'' Natasha Silva-Jelly 20 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2011 THE SUN-HERALD hair & beauty SPECIAL REPORT
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