I’m sure some of you are wondering how the heck does my hair have a print?! Well, a few weeks ago I got a very cool technique done my hair that mimics the look of a print: the Davines Imprinter technique. This is a new way of coloring hair that uses a stencil to create a multi-dimensional and textured print on the hair. The colorist applies the color onto top of the stencil to create this unique effect. For my hair, I first got it lightened, and then my colorist applied the print to only the top layer of my hair. So it’s really not as scary as it sounds – as you can see, the print is on the subtle side and is not a super crazy look. It gives my hair more dimension and makes it look like it’s crimped. You can learn more about the Davines imprinter process on their Youtube channel.
For this outfit, I’m wearing the prettiest pink lace dress from Dan Liu. This dress is so darling and would be perfect for a fancy afternoon tea date. Since the dress is so feminine, I paired it with navy over the knee boots for a more streamlined look. I chose a dressy striped coat to add a sophisticated touch and match the lines on my hair. Lastly, I couldn’t help but choose a pink bow bag to complete the look.
Since my hair has undergone a lot of color processes, it’s super important for me to keep it healthy. I’ve been using the Davines Liquid Spell product to add shine and volume while also strengthening my hair cuticles. Then I use the All In One Milk to smooth, detangle, and control frizz. This imprinter technique looks best when styled straight, so I love the Davines All In One Milk product to help me achieve a sleek and shiny look. I’ve also been reading all about coconut oil hair masks to help condition my hair and keep it healthy.
Thanks for reading,