Rock this classic combination like a pro. Give every outfit a headstart with Schwarzkopf LIVE Intense Colours for striking, all-over hair colour. Choose your shade and make it your own. Here’s how…
This season’s monochrome trend looks best with white-blondes, so use this brilliant colour to turn your locks up to seven shades lighter. You’ll get a super-cool Scandi-style blonde that looks amazing teamed with bold black and clean lines for impact.
For a whiter shade of pale, this platinum booster gets rid of any yellow or brassy tones to give you a perfect icy cool blonde.
Give brunette hair a statement edge with Bittersweet Chocolate, a deep, intense brown with high-shine guaranteed. It’s subtle but rich enough to complement striking black and whites. Perfect for looking polished and chic.
Pale and interesting is one end of the colour spectrum but Cosmic Blue takes you to the opposite end with an intense hue that screams wow factor. A rich black shade with a hint of vibrant blue, it’s a go-to look for those who want to turn heads.
Asymmetric Colour Block Striped Shift Dress, £39.50, M&S Collection
Embrace the sixties trend with this chic shift dress which is an effortlessly easy day to night option – just dress up with a pair of statement heels and accessories.
Trousers, £27, Very.co.uk
Go for a subtle take on this trend with these tailored trousers. Team with a classic white tee and this season’s go-to shoe – loafers – for a look that’s as stylish as it is easy to wear.
Jacket, £89, Very.co.uk
Fake fur is big news and this cosy coat adds a colour contrast and playful texture to the monochrome trend. Wear with your favourite skinnies and heels and you’re oh-so-good to go.
Colour Block Tote Bag, £25, M&Co
For a soft contrast, cream and black is always chic. This bag is big enough for everyday use and is still big on style. Result!
Monochrome Chunky Bracelet, £7, Apricot
When it comes to making black and white come to life, statement accessories are key. This gold bangle adds just the right amount of glam.
Let your hair and clothes do the talking with barely there make-up. Create a flawless face with foundation that combines coverage with a natural finish. Add a subtle highlight to your cheekbones and beneath your brows for a dewy, radiant complexion.
Stand-out eyes bring the magic of monochrome to life so make like Alexa and get your eyeliner on point. Remember to follow your natural eye shape and tailor the flick to suit – practice makes perfect!
Add a hint of colour to your lips with a subtle pink shade, which will stop you from looking washed out. To make nude lipstick more dramatic but still natural-looking, pick one with a touch of sheen.