A few words from the creators of Hair Story…Everyone has a hair story. For some hair is a shield; for others it’s a beacon. Our relationship to our hair evolves as we do, but beauty companies ask us to focus on what goes wrong rather than right, adding fuel to our self-loathing. What if we could learn to love what we’ve been taught to hate? Hairstory products help liberate us from negative norms that limit the expression of innate beauty.

We asked some provocative questions about hair care and came up with some surprising answers: Is shampoo the best way to wash? (No. It’s the worst.) Why are there so many shampoos for every type imaginable? (More stuff = more revenue.) How many hair products do the best hairdressers in the world actually need? (About 6, tops.)

We also invented a new way to sell products: No regional distributors; no bulk sales to salon owners; no big-box retailers or goliath e-tailers. To our knowledge, we are the first to reward hairdressing professionals for referring other professionals to sell our products. This is a breakthrough that could change an entire industry.

The Hairstory staff is a well-balanced mix of analytical and creative minds, and all have a seat at the table (one large table, in fact). We are deeply individualistic, and yet we all share a passion for the environment, which is why we are proud to be a contributing company to 1% for the Planet

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If you’re looking for an alternative to Shampoo, read on…

People are only now waking up to the fact that shampoo is the worst product you can use on your hair. The parabens and sulfates in shampoo over-cleans and strips away your body’s natural protective oil barrier; your body responds by over-producing oil. You slather on conditioner to replace some of the moisture that was stripped away, and before you know it you’re feeling greasy again because your scalp has been busy protecting itself as it attempts to replenish natural oils. It is a perfect, vicious cycle that is great for shampoo companies but horrible for your hair and scalp.

New Wash, a sulfate free shampoo alternative, cleans without detergent, and its natural ingredients never strips away your protective barrier. It only removes excess oil, dirt and styling products. It leaves what should stay and removes what needs to be washed away. When you switch to New Wash to cleanse your hair, you break the vicious cycle and your scalp calms down. Your hair is happier, healthier, and simply looks and feels much better! Say goodbye to frizzy hair, damaged hair, and locks that have lost their luster – say hello to New Wash. 

Hair Contouring at Moody Hair

Everyone is talking about contouring. Face contouring, tan contouring and now we’re talking Hair Contouring. One of the biggest colour trends for 2017, and Moody Hair, Sydney’spremier hair colour specialists, use this new trend to transform your hair from the ordinary to the bespoke.

We are experts in this trend.

The new custom colour service is designed to enhance and soften facial features and transform or update your personal style with hair colour. Whether you’re after a drastic colour change or something soft and subtle, Hair Contouring offers an endless range of hair colour possibilities thanks to an in-depth consultation and diagnosis by a skilled Colourist.  Hair Contouring plays on the same principles as contouring in the make-up and the art worlds. The service relies on the strategic placement of light and dark colour to allow for the best harmony between hair and facial features, whilst looking at the shape of your face and skin complexion.

What is the difference between Balayage and Ombré?

We, as colour experts, know the difference between an Ombré and a Balayage. But we get asked this question ALL THE TIME!
Or we get an appointment request for an “Ombré Balayage” and we are thinking, “Well, which one?!”  So, we are here to set the record straight and share with you the difference between the two styles.

Ombré is the “Style”

The word ombré comes from the French word “shadow”. Ombré is the actual style. It is the transition of a lighter shade from a darker shade.

Generally, ombré’s work best on brunettes because it is the least subtle of all the techniques, a sombré is what we would see on blondes. That technique is more subtle, hence the word sombré. Ombré is great for the more daring girl, it is definitely more noticeable and typically more maintenance. Ombré is kind of like colour blocking, there are no dark pieces left on the bottom to help keep it natural, just a nice transition between the colours. While the ombré is a beautiful look, it is also something that needs to be done right! A bad ombré really isn’t pretty –  and please don’t try to do it on your own! That’s what is called Homebré and nobody wants that!

Balayage is the “Technique”

The two are very similar, but there are very obvious distinctions between the two! The word “Balayage” comes from another French word meaning “to sweep”.

Now, if you have ever seen someone get a balayage in the salon, this probably makes sense to you. When applying the colour for a balayage, you sweep the colour through small triangle sections of the hair onto the hand, a board or foil, giving it the natural transition down into the lighter colour. In Balayage, there are dark pieces left on the bottom to create dimension and a more natural look. This technique looks like natural sun-kissed highlights throughout the hair. The transition is more natural and it is less maintenance than an ombré.

Now that you know the difference, are you comfortable with changing your hair up?  ….We hope so!

Make an appointment today and get on trend!

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