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Love your Locks

Gimme a head with hair, long beautiful hair. Shining, gleaming, streaming, flaxen, waxen." Hair plays an important part in creating a person's look. It also contributes to how women feel about themselves. We all know about "Bad Hair Days"! In recent research conducted by Goldwell among women aged 25-54 years, 52% said they felt less confident when they were unhappy with their hair or were having a bad hair day, and 50% said they felt less positive about themselves. Hair colour is more than just a product. It has the power to transform not only how you look, but how you feel about yourself. This was reinforced by the research findings that 81% of women agree that changing their hair colour can change how they feel about themselves and how the world sees them. A whopping 72% of women have changed their hair colour to create a new image for themselves.
Extensive ranges of professional salon-only hair colours give women the ability to transform their hair and recreate themselves, whatever the look it is they are going for. From glamorous blondes to irresistible brunettes or revengeful redheads, a professional cut and colour empowers women to be who they want and to feel great about themselves. When armed with a great hair colour and cut, 68% say they feel more confident, 64% feel happier and 62% feel more positive about themselves. Brides should discuss their colour, cut and styling options with a trusted hair dresser long before the actual day. This isn't something you want to tackle a few days out from your wedding, especially if the change is a fairly radical one from your usual look. Most blokes figure a quick cut at the barber a few days out will suffice, but a visit to a salon can be good for the soul, guys! Get yourself a good styling, perhaps add in a few highlights (or hide those stray greys!), get the sideburns trimmed. You'll feel like a new man. However, again, don't leave it until the last minute if you are planning a complete change. Test the waters a few months out with your new style, and then have a trim the week before just to tidy things up.

This article was kindly supplied by My Wedding New Zealand's Premier Wedding Magazine

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