Expired: We have teamed up with Moe Harb London to give a lucky winner the chance to win a FREE professional hair colour treatment!

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Absolutely London has teamed up with Moe Harb London to give one lucky winner the chance to receive his signature free-hand hair colouring technique.

Moe Harb – known as London’s best hair colour specialist – is called on by celebrities, the press, and clients alike, for his genius free-hand colour technique. Moe began hairdressing when he was 14; he is one of the few hair colourists in London who can highlight and tint simultaneously. He is also Harrods’ colour expert and educator in balayage London and free-hand colouring techniques.

Whilst Moe is known for his hair signature hair colour London to  method, it is his global experience helping to develop top brands across the hair extension business over the last 20 years that has made him an iconic industry name. Featured in Forbes magazine, Moe was one of the first to help develop tape hair extensions.Some inspiration:
Choosing the right hair colour for you can be a challenge, so here are 5 examples to help you choose your new style. Although with Moe, any colour is possible, if you can imagine it then he can transform your hair colour dreams into a reality.

Milky Blonde
This year’s take on platinum blonde is milky blonde. We can thank Kim Kardashian for this trend kicking off with her blonde bun hairstyle at the Met Gala. This is the perfect Summer shade for most skin tones, but the look definitely wows the most with a short bob – this is the 2022 take on Marylin’s Hollywood bob.Strawberry Brunette
We have another member of the Kardashian / Jenner family to thank for this new trend. Kendall Jenner transformed herself with this stunning new hair colour, strawberry brunette. Light reds can be tricky to work out of the hair, so if you frequently change your hair colour, you might want to keep this in mind. If you think this is the look for you, go for it girl!Chalky Pinks
Pink hair continues to go in and out of fashion. But this year, it’s chalky pinks that has girls whipping their hair back and forth. Out with the rose gold and in with the bubblegum pink.

Chalky pinks usually transitions the best from blonde hair, so if you have darker hair – it may take a few trips to the salon to achieve this colour.Nectar Blonde
Nectar blonde is a much more subtle shade than strawberry blonde. Therefore it’s much harder to achieve since it uses a combination of warm hues and vanilla blondes through the hair. This colour is challenging for even the most experienced hair colourists. But with Moe, you are in safe hands since blonde hair is his speciality.Babylights
Babylights is one of the most natural colours out there. It consists of micro-highlights placed on the top of your hair, making them extremely fine and unnoticeable to the untrained eye. It’s a perfect starting point for someone who has never coloured their hair before but is looking to change things up.If any of these colours has caught your attention, making you think that’s the colour for me, try and find a picture of someone with that colour who has a similar skin tone to you, since that’s a great way of judging if that colour will suit you or not.

If you have another colour in mind, then bring some pictures of the colour you want, as visual references are much easier to replicate than verbal ones. Colourists will have to consider more than just the shade of colour, like the tone and placement, which give your new shade a completed look.For more information about our exciting prize visit Moeharbhair.com 
For information about Beauty Club London visit Beautyclublondon.co.uk To enter, answer the following question and complete the following form.Terms And Conditions:
-Winner must be 16 or older and live in the UK
-Competition closes on 15th October Entries after this date will not be counted
-The winner will be randomly selected and notified via e-mail within 3 days of closing
-Prize is non-transferable and there are no cash alternatives
-Names and addresses of entrants will not be shared by third parties and will be deleted after the prize draw has been made

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