I've said this from the get-go. What is Nekisa thinking with that weird hair color? From the very first day, she made some unusual-and arbitrary-decisions, like adding a single highlight to the front section of her model's hair.
Perhaps it's some sort of signature (like Zorro's Z.) Nekisa has her own frontal highlights, and maybe she wants to expand the trend. I mean, I get it-it's a look-but not one that I like. It's dated and brassy-two words most people want to avoid.
If I were Nekisa, I'd stop obsessing over those icky highlights and focus on enhancing the models' natural color. A good glaze or color-boosting shampoo will make a dramatic difference in your hair color, and you don't have to log any hours in beauty school to reap the benefits. Here, my three favorites:
Aveda Madder Root Shampoo. My girl Britta from BeautifulStranger.tv recently vouched for Aveda's amazing color, but if you need further proof, try the brand's collection of color-enriching shampoos. Madder Root is for redheads, but they have shampoos for blondes and brunettes, too.
Frédéric Fekkai Salon Glaze. Sure, it's clear, but this easy-to-use glaze coats your hair's cuticle in silicone, pearl proteins, and other light-reflective goodies that bring out your natural color and highlights. Can you believe you used to have to book an appointment for this sort of treatment? Crazy!More from Allure:
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