Tag: grey hair

  • Officially Obsessed With: French Cool Girl Hair

    Wed, 24 September 2014 2:56PM

    I call it French Cool Girl Hair. It’s not quite a technical term, but you probably know exactly what I’m talking about. It’s the kind of hair you’d see on a Parisienne wearing Isabel Marant. It’s somewhere between collarbone and (Sabbia Rosa) bra-strap length, and it’s tousled in a way that’s a little bit wash-and-wear (laissez-hair!),… more



  • How to: Pack an On-The-Go Beauty SOS Kit

    Wed, 17 September 2014 5:15PM

    I realised, as I was driving to work the other day, that I do a good chunk of my beauty routine in my car (while said car is stationary, of course; please don’t call the police on me). And that over time I’ve amassed for myself quite the beauty SOS stash in my glove box…. more

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  • How To: Wear your Hair off your Face (Without Resorting to a Top-Knot)

    Wed, 9 July 2014 8:30AM

    Disclaimer: I have nothing against top-knots. Little makes me happier than curling up in my trackie daks on the couch, watching re-runs of Sex and the City while eating Gelato Messina straight from the tub, top-knot atop head. But top-knots have their place. In situations such as the one described above. On Carrie Bradshaw circa 2001…. more

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  • 50 Shades Of Grey (Hair That Is)

    Mon, 23 June 2014 11:30AM

    Do you have one? Maybe two? Possibly six, all planted in the most visible place possible, allowing others to clock them at 100 paces or even from outer space? Me too. But thankfully at this point in time, my mirror and myself are the only ones privy to this salty serve that peppers my regrowth. Why am… more



  • Hair Hues for a Youthful You

    Wed, 20 March 2013 8:40AM

    As we age, many colours become beauty misdemeanours. They include: Cobalt-blue powder eye shadow Over-the-top apricot cheeks Dark lipstick that just loves crawling into lines and creases Although you may have sidestepped the above, it’s the hair that can take on a hue of its own. Because, of course, as the years click over, ye olde greys creep in. Just… more



  • Making Sense of Shorter Hair Styles

    Fri, 22 June 2012 4:45PM

    It’s more common than ever for women to leave their hair long as they age, but for some of us, this just doesn’t cut it. Over time, hair changes in many ways – of which some are just too far gone to be remedied by a leave in-treatment. The most obvious change is in the colour… more



  • L’Oréal Paris Sublime Mousse

    Fri, 3 June 2011 10:00AM

    Dying your hair at home can sometimes be a wee messy task, Primps. Cream and gel formulas often drip here, there and everywhere, causing them to dye everything but your actual hair. I know my bathroom vanity has copped a few stains over the years from runaway hair dye. Whoops! This isn’t the case with L’Oréal… more

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    L'Oreal Paris Sublime Mousse

  • Grey Matter

    Wed, 27 April 2011 3:10PM

    I have naturally dark hair but I have a lot of greys coming through and I’m getting tired of colouring it every 3 weeks. Is there something else I can do to touch-up my roots in-between colours? Athena, let’s look on the bright side, you’ve clearly got incredibly healthy hair if it’s growing that quickly,… more

    Hair / How To

    Jessica Alba

  • The dye debate: Jennifer Lopez went grey at 23; did you?

    Tue, 19 April 2011 7:31AM

    A few months ago, I noticed a foreign object had decided to camp out on my head. When I say ‘camp out’, I of course mean move in permanently, bringing a friend or two for fun and settling in for the long-haul flight to old age. This foreign object is, of course, a grey hair,… more



  • “Grey” hair is becoming quite a trendy hair colour. I don’t like it.

    Mon, 9 August 2010 10:06AM

    I have a handful of girlfriends in their early thirties, late twenties who are entirely grey, but who have been dying their hair with such ferocity and frequency that I would never in a grillion years picked it until they told me. They hint that one day they’re gonna say NO to fortnightly hair appointments… more



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