Scarlett Moffat

Scarlett Moffatt hair transformation with Great Lengths

Lauren Great Lengths

Scarlett MoffatGogglebox fave Scarlett Moffat has ditched her trademark liquorice-black hue for a rich, sun-kissed multi-tonal bronde, with a bit of help from Great Lengths GL Tapes and her hairdresser Joanne Fox. What a transformation and a great demonstration to clients about how extensions can be used for more than just adding length. 

Joanne comments: “Scarlett has been colouring her hair for years so we looked at a few images she liked and discussed the best way to achieve something similar without compromising on the condition of her natural hair, which has seen such a huge improvement since she started wearing GL Tapes.”

“We lifted the hair three levels and then added some lighter pieces around her face,” adds Joanne. “I’ve always used extensions to add colour and GL Tapes are the easiest to do this with as the lighter colour can be positioned underneath and darker on top – it keeps it looking natural.” 

Joanne used a mixture of colours and tape variants, mixing both GL Tapes and new GL Tapes Minis. She explains: “I used colours 03,05,67 and 85 in 45cm/18” and a combination of GL Tapes and GL Tapes Minis. Each tape ‘sandwich ‘ has a lighter shade underneath and either shades 03 or 05 on top. This is important when Scarlett’s hair moves as it creates a seamless blend between her natural hair and the extensions.”

The Little Princess Trust

Scarlett also shared on her Instagram that she donated her previous Great Lengths hair to The Little Princess Trust, a charity Great Lengths has been partnered with since 2015.

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