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Scruples Cool Change Collection

Jamie Newman | September 21, 2016 | 1:11 PM
Natural Level: 7 Base Color: TRUE INTEGRITY Opalescent Creme Colour Level 7 Neutral Neutral Dimension Color 1: TRUE INTEGRITY Opalescent Creme Colour Level 4 Blackberry Dimension Color 2: TRUE INTEGRITY Opalescent Creme Colour Level 5 Blackberry
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Natural Level: 7 Base Color: TRUE INTEGRITY Opalescent Creme Colour level 8 Gold Dimension Color 1: ILLUSIONIST Brilliant Creme Highlights Spotlight Dimension Color 2: ILLUSIONIST Brilliant Creme Highlights Candlelight Dimension Color 3: TRUE INTEGRITY Opalescent Creme Colour Ultra Light Netural
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Natural Level 6 Base Color: TRUE INTEGRITY Opalescent Creme Colour Level 7 Copper + Level 7 Brilliant Copper + Red Intensifier Dimension Color 1: TRUE INTEGRITY Opalescent Creme Colour Level 8 Brilliant Copper + Yellow Intensifier + Red Intensifier Dimension Color 2: ILLUSIONIST Brilliant Creme Highlights Scarlet Dimension Color 3: TRUE INTEGRITY Opalescent Creme Colour Level 7 Brilliant Copper + Creme Booster + Yellow Intensifier Dimension Color 4: TRUE INTEGRITY Opalescent Creme Colour Level 7 Radiant Red + Level 8 Brilliant Copper
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Merging the saturated color of the 1970s with the high-hold of the 1980s, Scruples' Cool Change collection presents a series of short, medium and long looks. The geometric cuts and styles get a splash of color with Scruples' creme colour system. 

CREDITS
Creative Director: Mia Liguori, Scruples Co-President Creative
Session Styling: Katie Nielsen, Artistic Lead, Scruples Design Team
Haircut: Katie Nielsen, Artistic Lead, Scruples Design Team
Haircolor: Katie Nielsen, Artistic Lead, Scruples Design Team; Amanda Evans, Jennifer Graffeo, Amy Williamson and Tina Zaccagna, Scruples Artists
Photographer: Jake Thompson 
Makeup: Kumi

 

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