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 Short 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...
Refresh your look with Inecto

Refresh your look with Inecto

“You have to have fun with hair. It’s a great accessory. Play with it.” – Serge Normant. This statement couldn’t be truer. With festivals like Afropunk and Coachella for inspiration, why not join in the fun? Get an easy and exciting new look with Inecto Colours and Inecto Plus.   Tapered dry perm with bangsNatural curls are the right choice for any woman with a sophisticated taste. Make this stylish look a perfect fit for a fun festival or a fancy ball with the right colour. Add a dash of extra class to your curls, without spending a lot of time or money, with Inecto’s Black Velvet from the Inecto Plus range. Give this elegant hairdo some extra shimmer with a light spritz of oil sheen spray. Tip: Wear bright colours and gold accessories to complement your Black Velvet locks. Posh PanacheImage Source: yen.com.gh A sweet caramel treatBrighten up your day and your look with Inecto Colours’ Caramel Blonde. This sweet hairstyle captures the fun spirit and style of the best festivals of the year. Wear this hairstyle with a black top and jeans to look stylish yet laid back. With the right makeup and accessories, you can make this colour really pop. Casual and colourful Image Source: allthingshair.com The lady in burgundyBurgundy is a colour for a woman in search of a sophisticated shade of red. Let everyone know that you’re a woman with social grace with Inecto Plus’ Burgundy Bliss. This colour is the perfect fit for all of your favourite festivals. From Afropunk to the Met Gala, this colour will cause a stir wherever you go. To get the...
Stunning hairstyles fit for a wedding.

Stunning hairstyles fit for a wedding.

Style your natural hair perfectly with these stunning hairstyles for Weddings Can you hear the summer wedding bells? We can, and we’ve got your hair covered. Whether you’re the bride or the guest, you’ll be proudly flaunting your natural hair with these gorgeous hair ideas. Get your hair fix with these eight breath-taking wedding hairstyles. Naturally Elegant Image Source As natural as can be This captivating natural hairdo is the perfect option for a plain Jane kind of girl. It’s a look that will be sure to enchant everyone at the wedding. Add in a charming flower crown and let it seal the deal with your radiant au naturale look. Dandelion Hair Image Source Big, bold and beautiful This fabulous bun hairstyle will be the perfect do to keep you cool at those summer weddings, so don’t worry, you can leave the hand fan at home! A simplistic look never looked so outstanding. We guarantee that you’ll be turning heads with this queen bun. Before you rock this hairstyle, why don’t you try a hair colour like Inecto Ultra Gloss Dark Chocolate? Complete the look with a dazzling jewellery headband and take its highness to the next level! The Summer Bun Queen Image Source The hair spark This exhilarating hairstyle will guarantee you have an extravagant summer wedding. With this sleek and breathtaking upstyle, you’ll be sure to impress your guests! Go for a daring two toned hair colour like this bride and be even more exquisite, perhaps Inecto Rich Copper? Add in a pretty pearl headband and you’re all set to walk down that wedding aisle! The Spark...
Six styles that make Nomzamo Mbatha our hair crush.

Six styles that make Nomzamo Mbatha our hair crush.

Nomzamo Mbatha, where should we start? From her role as Thandeka on the popular soapie, Isibaya, to hosting the International BET awards, she keeps going from one #BlackGirlMagic moment to another. Her amazing looks have seen her become the face of many great brands such as Neutrogena. She's also been an ambassador for Puma, Audi and, more recently, she’s partnered with L'oreal Paris SA for the #CurlPride campaign. It’s no secret that 2017 is definitely her year to shine. On top of all this, her hair never ceases to amaze us. We’ve picked 6 gorgeous hairstyles from your favourite celebrity crush.Image Source We love her high bun and how the strands fall around her face - very classy. 1. Faux LocksFaux locks are probably the hottest look right now. There's no need for bees wax and years of patience. This look is pretty much instant (except for sitting in the salon chair for a few hours). Throw on gold or silver beads to add more character and personality. Every time she does this look she chooses the right brand. The hair piece has a more textured and natural look. As a result, it's closer to the real thing. All we can say is... we love.Image Source Up or down, Nomzamo rocks faux locks like the queen she is. 2. Natural African QueenThis all-African queen doesn’t shy away from showing off her natural locks. Whether she straightens it or sets her voluminous afro free, she makes sure we don’t run out of hair inspiration. Thanks, Nomzamo.Image Source She gives us life with her natural hair poof. Image Source She’s not...
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...
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 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 of...