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New Rules for Colour


With the new NAK Colour Masque luxe conditioning shades. Now re-imagined with the signature NAK Natural Vegan Complex, the Colour Masque formula blends vivid pops of colour with luxe botanicals & conditioning oils to create colour brilliance with softness, hydration and lustre.


With a choice of 14 semi-permanent tones from sheer Pastels and to vivid Bright’s, there is a NAK Colour Masque formula to replenish most hair colour types from platinum blonde right through to colour treated dark shades.

Created to be the ultimate multitasker, the NAK Colour Masque formula provides luxurious toning control and creative colour replenishment in an easy at home application formula designed to gracefully fade with cleansing. Furthermore, carefully designed enhanced conditioning compounds will leave your hair soft and hydrated with elements such as coconut, aloe, macadamia oil, rice & pear combining to give an unsurpassed hydration experience with every application.



With shades including Dusk, Sky, Peach, Flamingo & Coco, the NAK Colour Masque luxe conditioning shades will revitalise your hair and have you seeing colour in a whole new light


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Winning Winter Hair Tips

Sometimes winter weather can wreak havoc on our hair – between the cold outside, artificial heating inside, beanies, and the like – our hair can really be in a position of needing a little TLC.

Beauty by Australia cares about your hair so we’ve put together OUR TOP 10 TIPS to winning winter hair:

  1. Turn the hot water down in the shower – having the water too hot is not good for our hair and can actually dehydrate it.
  2. Shampooing your hair 2-3 times per week can prevent your hair and scalp from drying out. Why is this important? A dry scalp can lead to dandruff and scalp irritations which, in turn, can lead to increased hair fall.
  3. Use a hair oil treatment on a regular basis. Leave the treatment in for 20 minutes, rinse out and then shampoo and condition your hair as normal.
  4. Double up on conditioner during the cooler weather. If you live somewhere particularly cold you should consider using a deep conditioner or leave-in treatment.
  5. If you usually blow dry your hair make sure that you always use a heat protection product.
  6. When and where possible, allow your hair to air dry. Limit your use of hairdryers and flat irons.
  7. If you’re running short of time, blow dry your hair on a cool setting and use a pre-styling spray or leave-in conditioner.
  8.  Consider wearing a hat or beanie when you go out and never go outside with wet hair during winter – it’s not great for your overall health but it can always cause hair to freeze and break.
  9. Have your hair regularly trimmed to remove any dry and brittle ends.
  10. Eating a balanced diet and staying hydrated is good for you and your hair – it will go a long way towards your hair looking and feeling healthier.

Truth or Myth


Guess what? There is some truth to this.

Hair has three phases of hair growth, the Anagen, Catagen and Telogen phase. Anagen is the active growth phase and up to 85% of the hair is in this phase and can last up to 8 years. Catagen is known as the transitional phase and Telogen the resting phase, (better known as the falling out phase.)

All hair has this same cycle, so if you feel you’re experiencing more hair loss than normal it’s more than likely that you just have more hair in the Telogen phase at that particular time.

This is why it’s not only a huge accomplishment for someone to have extremely long hair but it’s actually rare that the hair stays so long in either the Anagen or growing phase.

For the unlucky ones whose hair just won’t make it past the bra strap or sometimes even your shoulders, the sad truth is that it may never get there.

What it means for you is that your hair goes into the Telogen phase a little earlier than some.


Well, put simply, yes! Is your hair always the same? Most likely no! Like your skin, lifestyle changes affect your hair too.

Perhaps your hair is in better condition and you may not need something as heavy or it may go through a drier period and require products that are more hydrating. If it’s humid and sticky outside, perhaps consider products that have a thermal shield and a little more cleansing to clean the scalp of any excess oil or impurities.

One of the questions I get asked most frequently from my clients is have the ingredients changed? Most of the time it’s the hair that has changed not the product.


Ok guys I see this again and again in the salon, clients think it’s a good idea to come in smelling like you have just run a marathon after two nights of partying in a smoke-filled nightclub…eeek!

Yes, having oil on the scalp to avoid irritation is a good idea and yes, your natural oils do work beautifully to avoid unnecessary discomfort but when you come with hair that is too dirty, you compromise the colour.

These days we are using products that are much better for the skin and scalp, so if you want that fabulous blanket coverage and intense results, take it from me, less is more. Consider what is not an obvious amount of oil on the scalp and go with that, otherwise, your hairdresser will need to wash it and you’ve defeated the purpose.