Celebrity hairstylist Michelle Ribeiro tips on how to go Crazy with your hair using Hair colour and Haircut.
“Hair is like a crown over our head, in our daily life you ever have a bad hair day your entire day goes bad” says Michelle Ribeiro. You can go crazy with your hair do anything and everything you want, make your crown the most beautiful and unique one. You can do whatever you want, go on experimenting with your hair. Here are some of the craziest hair colour and cutting styles that you can go for be playful and enjoy the tricks.
Hidden Rainbow – It’s pretty clear that unnatural hair colours like pink, purple, green and blue have become the new normal. Colours are used to express and to experiment. Rainbow hair colour is in fashion these days and its one of the most spoken factor throughout the world. There are many people who would love to experiment but are extremely concerned with who says what the comments of the judgmental people around do matter at workplace where they need to look formal and presentable for meetings and other professional work. Hidden Rainbow hair colour is the perfect way to go crazy for such people as the colours are hidden inside and only when you style up (tie your hair) the Rainbow will be visible.
Balayage and Flamboyage – It involves a stylist hand-painting the highlights so that they look even more natural, with depth and dimension that resemble the effects of the sun. Flamboyage is just like Balayage just that the end are lightened a little more in it. Stylists take small sections of hair, place each one onto a backing board, and paint color or bleach onto the hair freehand. Then, cotton, paper, or plastic wraps are folded gently around the colored sections to separate them as they dry. Often used on flowing hairstyles with loose curls or beachy waves, balayage highlights can be low-maintenance and natural or more extreme they tend to look most organic on hair longer than shoulder-length.
Ombre, Sombre and Colour Melt – Ombre is basically putting darker shade onto the roots, and gradually transition to lighter hues towards the tips and Sombre is exactly its opposite where you move to a darker shade towards the tips. Both of these shows a gentle transmission a blend of the colours with your natural hair colour or the shades that you want to flaunt.“Colour melting is a form of blending that has a seamless application with a result of a worn-in colour,” Colour is applied evenly from root to tip.This style is suited to complexions of all shades, you can determine which colour will flatter your look or career. For example, those with darker skin can shoot for deep reds and coppers, while fairer tones can experiment with blondes and caramel colours. Daredevils of all skin types can turn to unnatural hues such as pink and blue for an even more dramatic effect.
Under Cuts – This haircut is where the hair on the sides and back of the head at the nape (usually) is shaved to the scalp, while the hair on top and in the crown area is left and/or styled in a traditional manner. It is the best way to reduce the density of hair for people who have extremely thick hair and find it difficult to manage. Undercutting is also useful as techniques in dealing with some difficulties in other hairstyles. A particular example is in men who have long hair and find that the hair of the nape of the neck pushes their hair outward in back, preventing it from laying flat to the neck. By undercutting, the outer layer of hair is able to hang freely, giving a smoother look to the style.
Graduated Bobs – The trendy bob hairstyles becoming more and more prevalent these days, everyone hears the terms “concave”, “inverted”, and “stacked”.
Concave refers to an inward curve in the haircut. The ends of the hair hug the line of the face and neck, and the perimeter of the cut may actually curve toward longer lengths at the front of the face.
Inverted it’s when the traditional bob haircut is completely blunted by using zero elevation in the hair when it is being cut, the term “inverted” refers to the hair being tapered at the ends in order to create some layering that will reduce the amount of bulk at the cut line of the hair.
Stacked it refers to the steepness of the layers in the cut. In a bob, cut it generally means that the hair at the back of the head/nape of the neck is layered steeply so that it builds to a weight line at the crown of the head, which gives a lot of fullness there which tapers sharply to the neckline.
Angular Pompadour – Pompadour a hairstyle formed by sweeping the hair straight up from the forehead into a high, turned-back roll, Angular (Modern) Pompadour is the hottest new trend in men’s hairstyle to come onto the scene in it the side and back hair are shaved extremely short, usually a grade one, and if you are feeling particularly brave, then you should ask your hairdresser to shave far up your crown. This particular look combines the pompadour and the undercut and creates an extremely sexy, edgy feel. Not everyone should get this hairstyle but it particular suits people with rounder faces, as it adds height and detracts from the width of the face. The exceptionally sexy haircut is worn by many of the modern day celebrities and artists