Regina Hall (ABOVE LEFT) rocked a bouncy, layered bob. We love the depth of this style, brought out by the auburn streaks. To get this look, invest in 100% human hair, preferably Remy or Indian. We swear by Indique Virgin Indian Hair – its texture is versatile and looks great both wavy and straight. Get your stylist to add highlights.
Meagan Good (ABOVE RIGHT) stepped out with curly, ombréd, short style. To pull off Meagan’s look, you can DIY your colour at home using L’Oréal Preference Ombre Intense (R160) in your colour of choice. Just remember that for the ombré effect, you need a dye colour much lighter than your own hair colour. Dyes have strong chemicals and to prevent breaking and split ends, it’s important that you keep up a regular treatment regime. For more details on how to dip dye click here.
They say the bigger the hair, the closer to God, and we’re pretty sure Taraji P Henson (ABOVE LEFT) lives by this adage. To achieve her look we suggest the deep-wave synthetic hair piece that is available at Dischem in the Frika range. Bear in mind that with synthetic hair, your styling options are limited as this type of hair does not handle heat well.
Kelly Rowland’s short crop (ABOVE RIGHT) is one style that will never go out of fashion. Get this look by using the Femi or Bump hair pieces. The texture of this fibre is soft and wavy, making it ideal for any cut of your choice.
We love the simplicity of Gabrielle Union’s classic style (ABOVE LEFT). To rock this look, take good care of your scalp by regularly moisturising it with products such Sof n’ Free Scalp Tissue Oil and Motions Marula Natural Therapy Hair and Scalp Oil.
If long wavy weaves are your thing, then follow Melissa De Sousa’s cue (ABOVE RIGHT) and opt for a full, ombréd weave. The trick to buying a good weave is to look at the type of hair – Brazilian, Indian and Peruvian are great options as they are generally resilient and long-lasting. Ask your stylist which dye brands will work best on your weave.
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