ANTHONY NADER ON NEW HAIR TONES FOR THE UPCOMING SPRING

Ladies, Spring is just around the corner, and it is time to indulge on crème caramel, cinnamon swirl, chocolate twist and strawberry fields. Don’t worry your physics will not be at risk at any stage as these deliciously described are the new hair tones for the upcoming season. Anthony Nader, RAW Hair shares some of his great hair tips on how it is best to keep your hair tone cool and on point as seen in with Instyle magazine (September 2017).

 
ANTHONY NADER - INSTYLE MAGAZINE - SEPTEMBER 2017

WHAT IS HAIR DUSTING?

Anthony Nader talks new popular hair trick as seen in vogue.com.au

 

 

Hold on to that length.

It’s a conundrum we’re all very familiar with: you’ve started avoiding your hairdresser (even though you hair is looking a little sorry) because you’ve finally got it to a length your happy with.

In the long run though, you’re not doing yourself or your hair any favours by letting split ends get out of control as they only lead to damaged hair and, in short, mean a big chop next time you make it to the salon.

If all of this sounds familiar or fills you with dread, fear not, as hair dusting just arrived to save your length.

It’s a technique that allows you rid yourself of split ends, freshen up and keep length, says hair guru Anthony Nader of Sydney’s RAW Anthony Nader salon. While it does “only removes those nasty dead wispy ends” hair dusting is an alternative to those who want to avoid layers and keep length.

“For those that have highly coloured hair (from blonde to dark, and vice versa) the dusting technique works a treat on removing those fragile ends, whilst still maintain length,” confirms Nader.

Though the salon owner does warn that hair dusting will not count as your regular six week appointment, rather think of it as “the added icing on the cake that makes your hair salon worthy and picture perfect,” and those with particularly fine hair should be wary of over dusting.

Yes, it really is possible to rid yourself of split ends but hair dusting is no replacement for a proper cut.

In short, call your hair dresser.

By Lilith Hardie Lupica for vogue.com.au