NOUVEAU CHEVEUX | Hair




Shameless selfies of my shorter, highlighted hair.
You may have already seen a brief photo of my hair in my Latest Loves post last week but to be honest you couldn't see anything at all. My new camera arrived on Monday so I thought I'd play about with it and show you a few better photos of the cut and the colour. I know all anybody wants to see in these kind of posts is the photos so I'll keep the text brief.

I am very reluctant to cut my hair, it's been 18 months since I had it cut. I had very long hair at one point but following a few cuts and a bad perm I ended up with a long bob. I wanted my long hair back so I grew and grew it and I didn't cut it. However it was so dead and unmanageable and I could cope no longer with it snapping up and up through the lengths. When my good friend, Sally, asked me if I would come and be a model for her in her hairdressing training I agreed and ended up with a very lovely cut with long layers throughout and framing the face. I love the length and the hair feels so much thicker and healthier -  I'm now determined to keep it in great condition regardless of the length - healthy hair is more important.

Once it had been cute however I found it quite dull as all the highlights through the lengths of my hair, left over from the ombre, were cut away. So I enlisted the help of my wonderful aunt, Aimee, who has been highlighting her own hair probably since she could walk. It was a daunting process having a highlighting cap stuck on my head, hair pulled through and bleach applied and for a scary few minutes we thought it had all gone wrong and a hasty brown dye was on the cards, but we dried it and styled it and I love it. It's great, it gives the hair movement, life and body and warms up my complexion.

What do you think? How often do you cut your hair?

Jayde x

4 comments:

  1. I love your hair! It really suits you :)xo

    http://901lovely.blogspot.co.uk/

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  2. Your hair looks gorgeous! I had super long hair then cut it shoulder length, regrew it, cut it just below shoulders and then re grew it again haha! All because I didn't cut it enough not wanting it to be shorter when it just ended up way shorter, im now sticking to regular trims!! xx

    emilykebeauty.blogspot.com

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  3. How do you get your hair so thick!? It looks fab!!!!

    StrawberryShortcakes

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  4. Ugh, I totally know what you mean about hating how damaged and unhealthy your hair is. I had bad hair for years and thought that it was "just the way my own hair was" until I switched to non-silicone shampoo. It kind of had to get worse before it got better, but now it's much better :) Your highlights + cut look great!

    Btw, love the color of YSL in your previous post!

    Quinn
    www.desgettier.com

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Jayde / 22 / North West England
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