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Gold hair, don't care.

Yan Yan Chan

[Vogue Spy Style]

Photographed by Darren Luk

Curated by Yan Yan Chan

Space by Edwards and Co Alexandria.

BLONDE HAIR DON'T CARE - but sometimes, you just gotta.

Because even though less is more when it comes to hair and beauty, changing from your natural hair colour means a little more attention on the roots and a little more time spent on hair care - time you won't regret! 

Here's a list of my absolute favourite's, must's, daily's and weekly's. Product that have been curated from Edwards and Co, myself to you.

Product I stand by and product that actually work. 


SHAMPOO & CONDITIONER | R + Co: Wash every second morning and sometimes daily. I know it's a massive "no go" when it comes to washing the hair daily, but I use the Moisturising Shampoo + Conditioner and it is perfect for people who like to wash their hair daily. It is __ free, treatment orientated, smells like heaven, travel savvy & fluffy free.. you also can't go past the real cool packaging.

I never brush my hair and always air dry. Not sure if this is the bestest advice but that's the way I do it.

DRY SHAMPOO | R + Co: For when I'm not washing the hair everyday - two dry shampoo's I live by religiously that aren't powdery, and can also be used as a styling product. For home: Death Valley, for on the go (can keep in hand bags): Badlands. (How sick are the names!)

SEA SALT SPRAY | MR SMITH: My hair has always been naturally really "healthy" & a little oilier on the scalp, great for general but not the best for styling and getting that extra texture.. it was almost too healthy. Mr Smith's Sea Salt Spray is perfecto for extra texture and extra hair oomph - it doesn't ruin your hair like a lot of other sea salt sprays and doesn't leave the hair crunchy, just bouncy and flirty ;). Perfect for date nights. c

MOISTURISER | ORIBE: FOR the hair. If only I knew hair moisturisers existed a few year's back!? Saves the dead ends, applies on light, smells fruity, perfect for after showering or after an ocean swim. I use this every morning. 


HAIR MASK | CHRISTOPHE ROBIN: Hair mask & toner in one. Apply after shampooing once a week in wet hair, leave 10+ minutes and wash out. Keeps the brass out of the hair, creamy baby blonde. 

CLARIFYING SHAMPOO | CHRISTOPHE ROBIN: Anyone who is blonde, knows what clarifying shampoo is. This one is my favourite by far, use before the hair mask, it takes all the yellowness out of the hair.. oxidant and colorant free.



Mode Sportif

Yan Yan Chan

[personal work] for Mode Sportif

Featuring Tiffany & Co

Photographed by Darren Luk

Curated by Yan Yan Chan

We shot these on a 38 degree Spring afternoon - head to toe in sweat and ruffles, hydrated with Bellini's and leftover pieces from a noon cheeseboard. A little sporty, with no gear just a court and some European sneakers and bits of gold, that sparkled and glowed in the dry dry heat.

ASOS x Spring Racing

Yan Yan Chan


  • Before we dive into a Rookie's guide for Spring Racing, a few little notes here and there on our ASOS campaign we shot back in July in London (see here)...
  • Pretty damn exciting stuff, and also really really weird seeing my own face on the ASOS website every time I hop on? Haha
  • This is also my first year of the Races so I've learnt a lot about the "bird cage"s, how the whole day kinda flows and also a whole lot of people watching and observing.

Rookie's guide on Spring Racing.

  • Always make sure you're wearing something that's weather convenient. It just so happens that the two weekends we attended in Sydney, both Saturdays were low temperatures and madly windy - meaning lots of hair in the eyes, mouth and general face region.. oh and a lot of short flowy dresses, aka hello undies and nips. 
  • My best bet is to go with a low bun or pony tail.
  • If you're going to wear heels, commit, and make sure they're comfortable. There's nothing worse then leaving the venue barefoot. Here are a few of my favourites SHOES; here, here and here.
  • For men; remember to wear a tie! If you're heading in the tents or rooms - the dress code includes a tie. If you forget, you can purchase a cobalt blue satin tie for $15. We learnt it the hard way.
  • It's a long day, so my favourite beauty knack are face spritzin & hydrating the lips. Keeping it lush and fresh is a yes way.. See my getting ready post over here: ELLE | Get ready with me
  • For the bag.. something compact and enough to hold the essentials; phone, credit card, a lipstick & bandaids.
  • I'm not a massive fan of the fascinator, some people just get it so right and some people just get it so wrong. I tend to stick to a more minimal approach because I'm pretty fiddly when it comes to head pieces, and also don't have the patience - so fresh flowers, head bands or even hair ties are a great alternative. See here, here and here.