Hey Do you have any Idea where I can get Hayley's TCB necklace she's wearing at the recent airport pictures? :) Have a nice day

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Anonymous

The one she was wearing at the airport actually says TLC. She’s had it for years, its kind of a family tradition. All the women in her family wear TLC (Tender Loving Care) and all the men wear TCB (Takin’ Care of Business). Both are associated with Elvis Presley as Hayley’s from Tennessee and she has the TCB logo tattooed above her elbow. Anyway, you can buy a TLC one similar to Hayley’s from here and a TCB one from here :) 

-Caoimhe

Do you know of any video tutorial that teaches you how to get the same hairstyle Hayley has had on stage lately? And different ways to get it (with heat or overnight)... Thanks! ;)

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Anonymous

These two were the closest I can find! She wears looser waves some shows and some nights they look almost crimped.  

-Caoimhe

Hey, I'm not sure if you know this but do you know which hair dye Hayley usually uses? I'm a huge fan of her "Monumentour blue" and wondered which brand it might be.

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wide-eyed-tomboy

She usually uses a brand called Pravana. If lighten your hair to a level 10 and mix 1 oz. VIVIDS ‘Clear’, 1/4” ribbon of Blue and 1/4” ribbon of Green then you’ll end up with turquoise! Manic Panic ‘Atomic Turquoise’ looks pretty similar to her shade too though. 

-Caoimhe

Hi! I was wondering if you could go in more detail about putting hair dye in conditioner. I'm curious, how much does it damage your hair? Do you have to bleach/lighten your hair for it to show? And what steps would someone take to do it? Any info you have is much appreciated, thank you!

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this-pessimist-is-optimistic

I will answer your questions briefly but then I am actually going to refer you to a youtube tutorial that I believe can answer your questions much more thoroughly.

The dye doesn’t damage your hair, but bleach and developer do. The longer it is on your hair the more damage is done, and I can’t say how much damage it would do because it depends on how dark your hair is and if your hair is thick or thin. Everyone’s hair reacts differently, so for someone the damage might be too much hassle and someone else the damage is just a little annoyance. If your hair is dark, you do need to bleach it for some color to show. I usually go for a bright red so Ive been fortunate enough to only need a high level developer, though it is high enough to damage my hair. 

If you do need to bleach your hair to get a bright unnatural color, i suggest putting in the cash and going to a salon for the initial bleaching. It does damage your hair a lot, and if you go to a salon you don’t have to worry about over bleaching it. That way when you want to touch it up all you have to do is bleach your roots instead of your whole head.

If I were you, my first step would be going to a salon for a consultation or to sallys beauty and tell them what you want and ask them the best way to approach it. If you’re dying bright red it is possible to use 40 developer and dye and not have to bleach it. If you’re going to blue or pink or purple and your hair is dark, you will have to bleach it and the salon or beauty supply can tell you exactly what you need for your specific hair type and color.

Last thing I am going to say is if you’re putting hair dye in conditioner as a refresher you just need to drop your vegetable based dye in your conditioner and use it as normal (you will have need to of dyed your hair previously with dye (no developer). If you’re using it to dye your hair after you bleached it this video will help you. Along with a million other questions. Ive watched the whole thing, its a great video and a great lady. Keep in mind you don’t have to be dying your hair pink in order for this video to be helpful.

Helpful tip- in the description of her video she lists the questions she answers and what time she answers them at. If embed isn’t working you can click here.

- Hayley Fashion Helper (ParamoreAddict)

does anyone know of an eyeshadow that is similar to the one Hayley wore for reading fest last week? it's so sparkly and I'm in love ✨😍

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Anonymous

I think it might be Urban Decay Moondust eyeshadow in ‘Moonspoon’ over a black base (such as a NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil, Maybelline Colour Tattoo or gel eyeliner smudged over the lid). Hayley’s makeup artist received a huge package from Urban Decay a few weeks ago so that’s probably it! 

-Caoimhe 

This is not exactly a Hayley-related question but I think this is blog is a little more than that... it's a fashion blog! So I'm gonna ask it anyway xD In your opinion, how often should color treated hair be washed? And what special care for colored hair? Thx

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Anonymous

Ive had color treated hair for almost 5(?) years, and my answer has always been whatever the person feels like. If you want your color to last as long as possible I would suggest using dry shampoo and washing hair (with water) every other day or every three days. Personally I don’t like waiting three days to wash my hair unless I am just staying home which isn’t the case for me.

What I do for dry shampoo is I use suave dry shampoo because it is cheap and I apply it to my roots the night before (because I always aim too close and it sprays white all over my roots). Let it sit for a few minutes then brush it though my hair. It stays white but that is why I do it the night before, because when I sleep my hair will produce more oils and the white stuff will fade as it absorbs the oil. When you do wash your hair don’t use hot water. It doesn’t have to be super cold, but the hotter the water is the more the color will fade. Also there is shampoo for color treated hair, GET SOME.

To be honest though, I dye my hair every 4 weeks. That isn’t possible for a lot of people because they’re super busy or they go to the salon and get it done (and thats super expensive). I don’t bleach my hair I just use a higher developer to get my hair lighter and then I use red red hair dye with a red booster (yes red red) and sit it on my roots for 15-20 minutes and then drag it through the rest of my hair and wait another 5 minutes before rinsing it out. I spend about 8-10 bucks on hair dye a month (at Sallys Beauty), and I wait every 3 months to get it cut at a salon. This is a personal preference for me, everyone is different.

If you do bleach your hair, it might be a bit more difficult to continue to dye it as much as I do because bleach damages your hair. However there are some things you can do to “refresh” your hair between colorings. Usually when you bleach your hair to dye it a color people use vegetable based dye which means you can stick it in your SHAMPOO or CONDITIONER and it will actually recolor your hair a bit every time you wash. It can be a bit messy so what I’ve seen people do is they stick it in their deep conditioner and deep condition once a week to keep it vibrant (then they wait 6-8 weeks to bleach their roots). Warning to stick it in your shampoo or conditioner it has to be vegetable based, if you use(d) a developer it is not vegetable based, you will need a developer for the color to appear.

I’m sorry if my grammar sucks in this semi-essay, I just wanted to get the answer up for the anon as soon as I could. I will be glad to answer any other questions to the best of my ability.

-Hayley Fashion Helper (ParamoreAddict)