The long weekend is only a few hours away, meaning some high-summer fun is on the horizon. (Psst, heading away? Don’t forget to pack your go-to travel hair essentials). However you’re planning on spending this Australia Day long weekend – from barbequing and beaching, to road tripping, Aperol Spritzing or just getting glued to the tennis – why not do it with great hair?
ICYMI, it’s really, really hot. When summer decides to come in thick and fast, back-to-back ponytails are the only way to survive the heat humidity with your sanity still in intact (sorry, Gretchen Wieners.) But if you’re already over your ponytail, stress less. With a bit of effort and a dose of expert advice from ELEVEN Australia Education Ambassador, Rachel Vitullo, your go-to ponytail can be anything but boring and basic. Here’s how to step up your ponytail and keep your cool for the rest of summer.
It might have been a dreary day in Flemington but even hours of rain didn’t dampen the moods, or the outfits at yesterday’s Melbourne Cup. It was go bold or go home, with celebrities and race-goers alike nailing the bright colour and statement headwear brief.
Spring Racing Carnival officially kicked off with the first of the big four days, Derby Day taking place (and taking over our social feeds) over the weekend. With race-goers sticking to a strict traditional black and white dress code, Derby Day is known for serving some of the best fashion moments for the week. Still, everyone knows that the races are really all about the hats and by extension the hair, right?
Just in! We’re excited to share the launch of our latest campaign for 2018/2019, REMIX. Featuring six models with six different hair looks, REMIX celebrates the individual and champions authenticity, shining the spotlight on today’s Australia under the global gaze.
Lead by ELEVEN Australia co-creative director, Joey Scandizzo, the ELEVEN Australia team headed to New Zealand last month to create your go-to summer do this season – super sleek and polished hair – for Suprette’s 2018 No Vacancy show.
It’s Sunday night, pyjamas are on and you’re about to watch re-runs of your favourite 90s sitcom. You’ve scrubbed, moisturised and applied a serum. In between making a cup of tea and settling in for a night on the couch, you’ve got a few minutes to spare and your hair is feeling a little dry… Our tip? Reach for a quick mask to soften and smooth unruly hair all before the opening credits roll.
It only takes a quick scroll of Instagram to clock that the bob is still very much a thing. But rather than seeing the collarbone-length lob (‘long bob’) that has reigned supreme for the past few years, stylists are now taking bobs blunter and off the shoulders, throwing some major 90’s vibes in the process. (#winonaforever) And according to Co-Creative Director of ELEVEN Australia, Joey Scandizzo, RN is the best time to try the blunt, chin-grazing bob.