If you want to know what’s IN at the moment in the world of styling, then read on to find out for yourself.
You have seen them flaunting neons, purples and mahoganys, but did you know that all these looks have been trumped by the grey hair streaks in 2019? If not, then it’s about time you enlighten yourself on fashion and styling…because you are falling behind.
However, if you are in your 20s and wondering how to flaunt grey’s at all, when you have none, then we certainly have the answer for you in temporary colours, sprayed over the naturals as a feathery-white swirl. The underlying idea is to have a deeper shade below the highlights, preferably jet black. For the 40s and above, we can only say using grey hair is a pride and quite opposite to the far-more-common practices of fake blonde streaks. Greys convey the absence of pretence, implying authenticity and the courage to reveal one’s true age. But natural grey’s do come with some extra baggage, like dry, thinning conditions and it can only be combatted with extra care like regular oil massages and trimming of edges. Grey hair has its boon as well, besides being super stylish, it looks superb on short hair and that means less trouble with the wanes.
Colours that matter
The ABCs of styling require that we know by heart the colours that are complementary or inconsistent. For the novices, it’s always down to trial and error, with only one fashion mantra in mind — try out everything in the wardrobe, in a combination. And if all that fails, then Instagram is always there as the final saviour.
This month, there is a particular pairing that is doing the rounds, and it’s none other than lilac and green. Myriad influencers are donning these two colours together, whether be it as a pant-top combinations or a green knit, slinging over a lilac blouse.
That said if any of you is looking to make a true statement, then you’d definitely want to try out the ultraviolet and moss green duo.