Cut : When you are considering a new style, you need to work with your texture and encourage natural movement. Shoulder length to long styles combined with a subtle layering will increase manageability. It’s also a good idea to avoid short, blunt cuts to prevent the “pyramid” effect – where your hair is flat on top and bulky at the ends. Unless you are prepared to blow dry or straighten your hair daily, stay away from fringes and sharp layers.
Colour : Exaggerate your movement with subtle shade shifts. Try to avoid significantA�colour changes as they can stress your strands, making them more prone to frizz and flyaways. Try to stay as close to your natural hue as possible or consider balayage – a technique focusing on lightening the mid-lengths and ends – to help enhance your natural movement.