Last time we looked at the ease and style of braids, today I’ll go over summer colors, in honor of the recent Summer Color Pop we had on June 12. The Color Pop was an advanced color class, spotlighting Divina Color, and was instructed by Christine Dillion.
When I say summer hair, what’s the first thing you think of? Highlights? Sun-kissed blond? Lighter shades? Well, I’ve been thinking about all that and more.
The first place I turn to D&A Beauty for their supply of Divina products. They have Super Blanc Polvo Azul (blue bleach powder) and Evyoxin (developer), both of which are the highest quality. This is the best developer I’ve ever used. I have extra sensitive skin so I usually get burned from regular developer, whether I’m using bleach or color. Evyoxin is different, it has soy collagen protein and wheat germ oil, so I may feel a tingle when using bleach, but it actually feels nice on my scalp when mixed with color.
If you are looking to lighten all of your hair, Divina also has a selection of Super HL (high lift) colors. I got to see them in action at the Color Pop, and I was impressed. The model started with dark chestnut, and when she was finished, she had a beautiful golden brown with highlights framing her face.
One of my favorite hair trends, which I think is perfect for summer, is pastel hair. It can be done as an all over color or highlights. Pastel hair is easily achievable using Divina’s Matiz (tints) on hair that has been bleached to a pale blonde.
Another and even easier way to add color to hair this summer is with extensions from NeoExtensions. They come in such a wide variety of colors and they have great fantasy colors, which are perfect for a fun pop of color. Using NeoExtensions for summer color highlights is a breeze, and they are reusable! They don’t damage the hair, there’s no heat or glue, they are made remy hair which is the highest quality hair, the ring that holds the extension in place is hypoallergenic, they are washable, and they are fast and easy to put in.