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Life feels better when the sun is out. And some summer perks can’t be recreated when it’s not, like alfresco dining, freckly cheeks and the sound of an ice cream van.

There is, however, one summer feeling you can now enjoy all year round: gorgeous, sun-kissed locks.

And thankfully, you can now achieve the latter without resorting to squeezing lemon juice on your hair or heading abroad to sunnier climates.

Casting Sunkiss Jelly is a new lightening product enriched with camellia oil and delicately fragranced to make application a pleasurable experience.

Unlike normal colourants, Casting Sunkiss Jelly is a leave-in product, so just apply to strands or all over and you're ready to go! In just 3-5 uses, the heat-activated jelly will progressively lighten your hair.

So, even if the sun isn’t shining you can still have sun-kissed hair all year long!

Take a look at the step-by-step video below to see how easy it is to apply Casting Sunkiss Jelly at home

Beauty trends may come and go, but sun-kissed hair never stops looking stylish: wear it with bronzed cheeks and pared-back eye makeup for a natural holiday look, any time.

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