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Goldwell's FasciNATURE Collection

Jan Hillenmeyer | January 26, 2012 | 8:37 AM
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FasciNature, Goldwell’s Color Zoom Trend for 2012, reflects the brilliant colors and endless shapes found throughout nature.
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Color and shapes in these styles are inspired by plants, leaves, flowers and the surreal beauty of the undersea world.
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Goldwell’s dramatic color palette ranges from sunny yellow to midnight blue.
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The new Butterfly Effects coloring technique from Goldwell enhances the FasciNature cuts and styles with carefully placed “wings” of color.
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The collection was created by the Goldwell International Color Zoom 2012 Creative Team of Oliver Szilagyi, Agnes Westerman, Mario Krankl, Marcela Blechova, Neil Barton and Evelyn Luo Wan Yen.
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FasciNature, Goldwell’s Color Zoom Trend for 2012, reflects the brilliant colors and endless shapes found throughout nature in plants, leaves, flowers and the surreal beauty of the undersea world.

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