Here are a few of the traditional European hair care tips you can use to enhance the beauty of your hair.

 
Nicola Clarke – England
Blondette is the hair color of Londeners, which is in between blond and brown. According to Nicola, highlights can play a major role when trying to achieve the Kate Moss look. Simply back comb from the mid shafts to the ends and lighten the tips with bleach to get a naturally lightened, sun kissed look.

 
Shay Dempsey – Ireland
In the ancient times, rain water was used by Irish ladies for shine and the modern world has introduced alternatives like Sebastian Professional Portion 9. After applying it from the mid shaft to the ends of the hair, blow dry.

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Sean Donaldson – Scotland
If you want to keep your blond hair from fading, try out Scotland’s chamomile tea rinse. You simply have to boil the flower, cool it, strain it and spritz on dry hair.

 
Pablo Iglesias – Spain
Spanish ladies go for a trickier hairstyle that involves sunny highlights with uneven starting points. Such hairs do not require constant touch-ups like the contrast colors do because the regrowth is not noticeable.

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David Mallet – France
French women believe in beauty sleeps and overnight treatments are commonly used in France. Herbal supplements, vitamins as well as moisturizers are rubbed on their scalps in this way before a shampoo in the next morning.

 
Ed Moelands – Belgium
According to Ed, women should rely on thermal styling products such as Sebastian Professional Volupt Spray when confronting the windy outdoors. Such products keep the hair in place while maintaining the hair’s shine and softness.

 

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