I love these looks we created in the salon…
I’ve started to do a lot more with very deep tones on the root. I really feel it makes it look more expensive. This is created by adding black to the direct colour.
This is a shot from my Grey Specialist course. I feel like although it’s an awesome trend, hairdressers are pulling their hair out with all the complications around it. My biggest tip is to completely rule out trying to create grey on a base 8 and below. Yes, it can be fine but the fade is awful. Who wants yellow and grey? It’s just not fair on your clients.
This was the first time we pushed three very contrasting tones on my Perfect Bleed course. It makes me giggle because there I was trying to explain how you can still make these tones look expensive, and then I took her gown off and she was wearing Playboy! Ha!
Love this shot! It was a total accident! Yes, I did the mid-band colouring when I won L’Oréal Colour Trophy but that was not my intention here. I had bleached the tips in order for the ends to be super-light, but as the root colour came off it stuck to the tips! I loved it and thankfully so did my lady!
This look won Behind The Chair’s Image of the Year. I just wish I’d taken a ‘before’ picture because the client’s hair was a mess when she came to me! I had bled a black semi-permanent ‘real colour’ into direct for the first time, which was terrifying. But it worked!
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