Colour wise the more earthy, natural tones and finishes are back which works especially well with the mid-length, textured bob. Headmasters have created a new way to highlight hair called Beauty Flash Lights which is like contouring for your hair; it adds volume and depth with the careful placement of gentle, lighter colour that not only naturally brightens, but it also adds movement too. I went for the mid-length bob with concealed layers to add as much movement as possible whilst still keeping the cut on trend; this type of cut also dealt with my flyaway hair which has been a real pain lately and I’m pleased to say it’s worked a treat. Ollie also recommended I use colour-protecting hair care rather than volumising (which is what I had been using) to counteract the flyaways and this has also worked well, so I’ll be reporting back with thoughts on my new hair care purchases. I was given the Beauty Flash Lights which did exactly as it states on the tin; it gave light and brightness to my hair with an extremely natural finish. I shamelessly stole the above pictures from my Max Factor Lipfinity post so you could see how my hair turned out. I love both the cut and the colour as I feel it’s left me with hair that not only meets several current trends, but it’s also easy to maintain and when the colour and cut start to grow out, it won’t be necessary for me to rush back to the salon in a panic, making this perfect for a busy mum like me! For more info on Headmasters head here – link – and don’t forget to check out my posts on ways to save at Headmasters here for some seriously good deals.