Bright ways to rock your natural hair!

Bright ways to rock your natural hair!

Colour and natural hair are a match made in heaven! Not everyone is about bright blondes and shocking reds. Some of us are all about subtle changes to our appearance. Hair colour that’s good enough to rock at school or work, without causing a fuss. With the global movement to natural hair, Naturalistas are always looking for ways to style their newly acquired TWA (Teeny Weeny Afro) or high maintenance fro. Natural hair is known for being dry and unmanageable. As a result, many may avoid it. It really is high maintenance and no woman wants their hair routine to be mission impossible. That’s why it’s great to know that with the new Inecto Ultra Gloss colour range (infused with African Baobab, Coconut Oil and Honey) you get colour and care in one box. African Baobab Oil is known to smooth hair, while Coconut Oil and Honey are known for their softening and moisturising properties. Your hair will have a glossy, beautiful colour without feeling dry and brittle. Huge plus. Simple blow-out with Cafe Mocha There are ways to stretch out natural hair. Most of them involve heat; Not always the healthiest way to manage your precious hair! There are ways to get around it, like plaiting your hair in Bantu Knots, at night. Unplait them in the morning and reveal your overnight afro. Doll it up with the down-to-earth Inecto Ultra Gloss Cafe Mocha. It’s nice to know that Cafe Mocha is now more than just your favourite cuppa. Dry perm sweetened with black berries   Tight knit coils are cool. Afro curls are even better. Back in...
Wedding hairstyles you’ll fall in love with

Wedding hairstyles you’ll fall in love with

Whether you’re a guest at a wedding or the bride, your hair is one of the most important and outstanding pieces of the day. Narrowing down our options to the ones that look the best in each category, we have put together a list with what we think are the 5 best wedding hairstyles this season. 1) The braided up-do   This chic up-do is perfect for a classic look with natural black colour from our Super Black Naturals range or a bit of Hazelnut Brown, that can do no wrong and if you’re looking for a romantic yet simple style that’s perfect for you, here’s how to achieve this look: 1. Part your hair into a half ponytail and secure with a hair tie. 2. Do the same with the bottom half, braid both ponytails and secure them in the middle of your head with bobby pins. 3. Once they’re secured, puff the braids out by pulling them slightly. Remember that if you would like a little more volume and opt for a weave, make sure it is 100% natural human hair, that way you get the best result with styling and colour.   You could also try braiding it down the side of your head for a softer, romantic feel. Or add a beautifully simple bridal crown and braid it into a chic up-do bun.     To achieve this look, simply part your hair starting from one ear, going across your head. Tie up the bottom half with a hair tie and form a bun with the ponytail. Once you’re done, randomly pin the loose hair...
Hair trends with South African celebs

Hair trends with South African celebs

Celebrity hair is something most people follow and try to emulate. From Terry Pheto’s pixie, to Amanda Du Pont’s frohawk, where does a girl start? We’ve made the process of finding your perfect do a little easier with this simple guide on celebrity hair and what’s trending at the moment. So if you’re looking for a bit of a change, take a look at our suggestions below and maybe even give one a try. A Pixie cut with Terry PhetoShort and sassy, Terry Pheto hits the spot with her trendy hair this season. With shorter hair, you’re going to want to watch how often you relax your hair. Every 8-12 weeks should be more than enough; this should maintain the health of your hair. Ensure that you condition and wash your hair every 4-7 days using a leave in conditioner. Short hair is an adventure, it’s trendy, feisty and focuses on your beautiful features. So if you’re the kind of girl, who like Terry Pheto has a spirit of adventure and risk, get that short look going and rock it with confidence. Cornrows and braids with Khanna MkangisaChannel your inner Khanya Mkangisa with these cute braided cornrows. Two braids down the side are probably one of the trendiest and easiest hairstyles going around at the moment. It’s easy, breezy and perfect for sunny days at the beach or brunch with the girls. The best part is that it requires minimal care and you still look fresh and fabulous. A Mohawk/frohawk with Amanda du PontKeeping it fresh and trendy with side cornrows and a frohawk has never been this easy!...
Wedding hairstyles you’ll fall in love with

Wedding hairstyles you’ll fall in love with

Whether you’re a guest at a wedding or the bride, your hair is one of the most important and outstanding pieces of the day. Narrowing down our options to the ones that look the best in each category, we have put together a list with what we think are the 5 best wedding hairstyles this season. The braided up-doThis chic up-do is perfect for a classic look with a natural black colour from our Super Black Naturals range or a bit of Hazelnut Brown, that can do no wrong and if you’re looking for a romantic yet simple style that’s perfect for you, here’s how to achieve this look:1. Part your hair into a half ponytail and secure with a hair tie. 2.Do the same with the bottom half, braid both ponytails and secure them in the middle of your head with bobby pins 3. Once they’re secured, puff the braids out by pulling them slightly. Remember that if you would like a little more volume and opt for a weave, make sure it is 100% natural human hair, that way you get the best result with styling and colour.You could also try braiding it down the side of your head for a softer, romantic feel.Or add a beautiful simple bridal crown and braid it into a chic up-do bun.To achieve this look, simply part your hair starting from one ear, going across your head. Tie up the bottom half with a hair tie and form a bun with the ponytail. Once you’re done, randomly pin the loose hair around the bun to create a romantic and wispy look....
Get The Best Hair Colour For Your Skin Tone

Get The Best Hair Colour For Your Skin Tone

Darker skinRuby redWe’re all about embracing your inner goddess and red hair is an excellent way to express that. If you have a darker skin tone and you’d like to get the look, consider the type of red you want to introduce to your hair. So before you get going, determine whether or not a dark, warm, cool or light level would better suit you. A warmer skin tone reacts better to subtle dark auburn reds, burgundy shades and subtle light highlights. Inecto has Super Auburn and Passion Plum from its Inecto Colours range just for you. Brunette babeInecto's Hot Chocolate and Hazelnut Brown from the Colour range, suit darker skin tones perfectly. Not only will they make your hair look full and vibrant, it’s one of the most natural shades that work with your skin tone. Super Brown is the perfect choice to achieve this colour. This look is guaranteed to leave you feeling like the queen you are! Blonde bombshellWhen it comes to blonde, you want to also consider keeping your hair healthy during the colouring process. Bleaching your hair may result in breakage and damaged hair, so the best way forward is to go for a Caramel Blonde or a Sunkissed Blonde from our Colours and Plus ranges. Caramel highlights, dark blond and ombres look awesome with a darker skin tone. Medium complexionPurple glowExperiment with colour and get a glamorous purple look, with our Passion Plum and Cranberry cocktail from our Inecto Colour range. So complement your skin tone and add a bit of a trendy twist to your style, by playing around with various types...
Trending Celebrity African Styles

Trending Celebrity African Styles

It’s the year of hair changes, risk taking and bold statements. With so many celebs to inspire us, where does a girl start? African hair is evolving and we’d like to think we’re evolving with it, by keeping up with the latest trends and making sure our hairdos are on point. Celebs have stylists to help them change their ensembles according to their mood, but that shouldn’t stop us from getting our hair on fleek – at home. So let’s take a look at these trending African celeb hairstyles. ZendayaNow here’s a girl with sass, gorgeous locks and the confidence to pull it off. From her long dreads, to neatly straightened hair and sometimes even a wild curly do, we know she’s a trending celebrity icon ready to take on the world. Amandla StenbergSo many young black women are using their voice to make a difference and they’re doing it in style. Amandla Stenberg is one. Who doesn’t admire her glorious hair? With her grey mass of curls, which take on a life of their own, we are most definitely inspired. Zoe KravitzThis grunge princess knows how to pull off the edgy look with a touch of glam. She’s the daughter of rockstar Lenny Kravitz. Edgy style runs in her blood and it shows. Her dreads are to die for! The best part is that you can leave them hanging loose, put them in a bun or braid them yourself. The options are endless. So let’s take a page out of her style book and step up our own everyday style. Keke PalmerThis songbird, actress, presenter and writer is...