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The Best Summer Hair Colour Trends with Inecto

The Best Summer Hair Colour Trends with Inecto

“Once you dye your hair for the first time, you see other people with dyed hair, and you see them differently than you did before. And you’re just like ‘Yes! Live! Work that Colour! Yes, I love you in every way! You’re killin’ it! I want to do that colour next!’ – Tyler Oakley Are you ready to add a little more heat to your summer? We’ve picked the best summer hair colours for you to try. With stunning colours like Berry Blaze, Chocolate Indulgence, Golden Copper, Dirty Blonde and Black & Bold, these top five summer hair colours will see you blazing through 2020. If you’re ready for a hot new change, then it’s time to wash away those faded colours from 2019 and step into some new shades. Berry  Blaze Two things we’re obsessed with: Her natural hair and her deep burgundy roots. We’re head over heels for this berry blaze hair colour. It’s intense, passionate and above all, super sexy. Long gone are the days where only long hair was seen as being flirty. With summer flaming through, who has time to tend to long hair? Short natural hair is the new rave and we’re here for it. This burgundy hair colour matches up to the heat of the summer perfectly. It’s vivid, dramatic and expressive. If you’re ready to take a walk on the wild side with this striking hair colour, then use our Inecto Unlimited range in Raspberry. Chocolate Indulgence Summertime, where everything is sweet like candy, and your chocolate brown hair brings out your sweetheart personality. Dark brown hair for the summer is...
Stay true to your roots with these natural hair colours

Stay true to your roots with these natural hair colours

Stay true to your roots with these natural hair colours Your hair-ritage can be seen as the essence of your identity. So why not stay true to that by refreshing your natural hair colour with some of Inecto’s more traditional hues. When you choose to colour and style your hair, it can speak volumes to how empowered you can make yourself feel this heritage month. A few ways to pursue natural beauty are by embracing your natural hair, being authentic in your cultural identity and refreshing the beauty of your roots with Inecto’s natural hair colours. Our shades of natural will have you feeling: Unapologetic, Confident, Authentic, Empowered and Rooted. Read on for the Inecto colour guide for naturals who want to freshen up their roots with traditional, natural hair colours.  Unapologetically natural The afro has always been an integral part of African beauty. It’s bold, free and unapologetic. Just the right combo to have you fearlessly rooted in your style this heritage month. If you have naturally dark hair, Inecto’s Natural Black hair colour will help refresh and renew your roots. You can be sure your afro is nourished and protected with Inecto’s added aloe and milk protein conditioner. How will you style your ‘fro for heritage day? Share your looks with us on our Facebook page. Effortless confidence Looking to switch to a more staple natural hair colour? Look no further than Inecto Brazen Brown. This naturally dark hair colour gives the perfect look for all occasions, especially for heritage month. Its earthy tones add softness and volume to your natural hair. Not to mention, it looks incredible on...
Add a breath of fresh air to your whole look with these brown hair colours.

Add a breath of fresh air to your whole look with these brown hair colours.

Cool tones are out and warmer shades are in. So let go of the bright pastels and embrace the subtle highlights and more natural looking hues. With Inecto’s brown hair colours, in a variety of vibrant shades, you’ll have everything you need to BRING IT in autumn. From Rich Copper to Hot Chocolate hues, we’ve got the browns that will flawlessly add dimension to your hairstyle. So, how do you get ahead in spicing up your hair game? Keep reading, we’ve got four brown hair colours that add a spice that’s just right for your style this season. Golden Goddess If you’re thinking of warming up your look this autumn, you’re in the right place. There’s just something so uniquely chic about a Rich Copper TWA. This colour and style combine to brighten up your face by enhancing your cheekbones. Packed with just the right amount of bold, it works wonders on complementing darker skinned queens, #MelaninMagic. Give your TWA that added edge by shaving the sides for double tap-worthy style. For cues on how to make your colour pop even more, pair it with a sleek brow and silver shades to protect you from those autumn rays. Crowned in Sweet ‘Fro Glory Rich, vibrant and just the right amount of sass. It doesn’t get any sweeter than these hot chocolate curls. Make your afro a fashion statement with Inecto’s Hot Chocolate colour. This steamy hue is the best way to make your curls appear full and voluminous. The chocolate brown hair colour will leave them melting when paired with statement patterned earrings and a pop of pink on...
Would you dare the big chop? These 5 celebrities did.

Would you dare the big chop? These 5 celebrities did.

“A woman who cuts her hair is about to change her life.” – Coco Chanel Whether it’s for a film role, a new beginning or because of an accident, these 5 celebrities have changed their hairstyles and braved the big chop. Hair is such an integral part of a woman’s identity. For some it’s her crown of glory, for others it’s her pride and joy. Shaving it off can be an empowering experience. An opportunity to redefine herself and start afresh. Prepare to be inspired by these celebrity hairstyles. 1. Goapele Mohlabane Songstress Goapele came onto the scene in 2001 with her soulful track, Closer. Back then she had long beautiful dreadlocks. She surprised us when she appeared on South African rapper, Cassper Nyovest’s, Destiny music video sporting a short haircut. The haircut was no surprise as she’s known for her minimalistic makeup and simple style. It’s also not the first time she has cut her hair. In fact, according to her, she did it several times in her childhood. It’s no secret that she’s confident in herself, whatever the length of her hair. And her beauty is so effortless. “I tried a bunch of different styles and was feeling stagnant. I was ready to come back to myself because I always feel most like myself in my natural hair [state]. “- GoapeleImage Source: steppersusa.com   2. Tamar Braxton Tamara took it all off. And we mean ALL. According to Refinery29, she believed she was ‘held hostage’ by her hair. She continued to say: “There are many times where I didn’t want to work out or go swimming for fear of...
8 hair looks that keep us crushing on Mmabatho Montsho.

8 hair looks that keep us crushing on Mmabatho Montsho.

Whenever we speak afros, Mmabatho Montsho pops into the conversation. We know her as that ever beautiful woman with stunning natural hair and minimal make-up. She's an African goddess of note. We’ve seen her grow as an actress on Generations, Rhythm City and Jacobs Cross to mention a few. She's taken on the big screen too alongside Khanyi Mbau and Renate Stuurman in the movie, ‘Happiness is a Four-letter Word’. These days she’s more focused on her producer and director talents, notably her short film, ‘The Groom’s Price’. She may be good at keeping a low profile, but her hair is a topic we can't avoid. Year on year we’ve been green with envy because of her full and gorgeous hair. She’s gone from a big afro to TWA and just keeps us guessing. She's been tight-lipped about the secret to her gorgeous coils. Hopefully, one day we'll get the scoop. For now, let's marvel at 8 of the looks we’ve liked the most.Image Source: instagram 1.The majestic froMuch has been said about her signature afro, but we need to take a moment to appreciate how versatile it is. We’ve seen her comb it out to its full glory and tie it into a bun. We've especially loved how she can braid it in natural cornrows, which have an old school glam feel. On Instagram, she’s always the fresh-faced girl with glorious hair.Image Source: quenchsa.com Classic fro. 2. Headwrap and natural hairIf you’re fortunate enough to have a patiently grown afro like hers, you can wear your hair in a head wrap, faux fro or even a different colour.Image...
African hair: How to style relaxed hair

African hair: How to style relaxed hair

More manageable African hair is something most women want and relaxers offer that. However, an important factor to consider when you decide to take a relaxer to your hair is that the wrong technique could mean the difference between sleek or broken hair. Now that’s a gamble nobody wants to take! So in order to avoid a full cut, follow our simplified list on how to relax your hair. Get educated The proper technique makes all the difference in managing that growth in your African hair. So before you start, look at the texture of your hair and determine how many chemicals it can handle. It’s so important to leave a little elasticity in your hair so that it still has that fabulous bounce. Relaxers loosen up the curl pattern so that it’s not so tightly wound and springy, this makes it a million times easier to comb in the morning. Something any lady will love when their mornings are busy and there’s no time for your hair! Choosing the right one Picking the right relaxer is as important as finding the ONE. Your hair is unique to you and as a result, there are many different types of product that will have different effects. The right relaxer is dependent on the texture of your hair, porosity and how sensitive your scalp is. If you have sensitive skin, don’t go for the product that’s harsh, rather go for the one that’s a no-lye relaxer. Then you have to check the texture of your hair, ranging from coarse to fine and everything in between, each type requires a different level...