After successfully hiding away from the paps for over a month following her untimely departure from US X Factor, Cheryl Cole has finally emerged with a sleek new blonde barnet. She's rid herself of her long, dark mane and swapped it for a lighter, shorter summer 'do instead. After Cheryl dyed her hair red in 2010 thanks to a collaboration with L'Oreal, red was the hottest colour trend of the season. Will the next big thing be honey blonde locks?
Cheryl's new 'Smokey Quartz' hair colour was created using L'Oréal Paris Casting Crème Gloss 8304, priced at £6.12 RRP and available nationwide.
If you have a dark hair like Cheryl, you should pre-lighten your hair with L'Oréal Paris Perfect Blonde then apply Casting Crème Gloss 8304. 'This look is the smokey eyes of hair, it's the perfect dark blonde infused with sparkles. Fab for the summer!' says Amie Wilson, L'Oréal Paris Colour Expert.
Casting Créme Gloss is a semi-permanent conditioning hair colourant that lasts for up to 28 washes. The colour fades gradually and naturally without any harsh re-growth. The patented no ammonia crème formula leaves hair feeling nourished and revitalised. For expert advice from L'Oréal Paris, you can call 0800 0304 031 to get tailor-made step by step help to achieving their perfect shade.