Colour blushing, root shadows and interlocking pigment - colour is definitely this season’s must-have hair accessory.
Bloom boom - the catwalks burst to life for SS13 with botanical florals at Corrie Nielsen and Tata Naka and 1960s Psychedelic at Ekaterina and PPQ paving the way for the perfect flower power trend. Spring is most certainly in the hair.
Fresh-based iridescent blondes are worked with subtle root shadows- a small, delicate regrowth area in a deeper shade or lighter hairlines for a youthful glow. Shades of Magnolia and Jasmine are blushed with Honeysuckles and Champagne Rose.
High fashion, high shine brunettes and reds shimmer in rich earth tones of Horse Chestnut, Honey and Apricot Dahlia. Interlocking pigments in Hazelnut and Barley Sugar amplify base tones for a multi-tonal, multi-directional movement.
FLOWER POWER PALLET
Dual tone fusions in Sweet Pea and Candied Rose create texture and vibrancy and blondes are blushed with Lavender and Angel Blossom for soft, subtle shades.
TECHNIQUE ON TREND: COLOUR BLUSHING
Colour Blushing is the perfect technique to create a soft and subtle colour pigment on the hair. Dry hair is gently teased and backcombed to texturise the surface, a colour wash is then applied with sponge for the perfect haze of colour.
WHAT TO BOOK IN FOR
‘Collection Colour’ - our bespoke colour service, available at TONI&GUY salons nationwide.