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How-To: Reflective Color Using Bedhead by TIGI Colour Trip

Maggie Mulhern | September 23, 2016 | 2:32 PM
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Reflective Color How-To

PRODUCTS & TOOLS: Color: Bed Head by TIGI Colour Trip, TIGI Copyright Colour | Shears: TIGI | Irons: TIGI Curl Stick | Stylers: Queen For A Day, Motor Mouth, Joy Ride, Masterpiece, Color Goddess, Control Freak, all by Bed Head by TIGI | Fashions: JPG, Michael Kors Top Shop, Zara, Helmut Lang

MODERN invited Thomas Osborn, Bedhead by TIGI creative director and vice president of education and Richy Kandasamy, creative director/colorist, to the our studios to show how team TIGI is playing with the new Colour Trip line.

 

For model Jen, Kandasamy chose colors that are opposite, “but still work! I am going by her skin tone, which in this case is great and offers multiple opportunities.” Kandasamy chose to apply some reflective color to add tones of movement. A deeper base was enhanced by lighter, brighter tips. “The short hair really offered some fun options.

 

“The goal with the cut was to create a loose finish,” Osborn says. “The bit of length in the perimeter leaves an element of softness.” The fringe is left strong to serve as a focal point for the color.

 

Cut and style: Thomas Osborn, Creative Director and Vice President of Education

Color: Richy Kandasamy, Creative Director/Colorist

Photographer: Roberto Ligresti

Makeup: David Maderich for CameraReadyCosmetics.com

Fashion stylist: Rod Novoa

Nail artist: Alicia Torello, OPI Ambassador

 

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