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The Silver Glory Trend: 4 White Looks That Emphasize Silver Accents & Gray Tones

Lauren Salapatek | November 28, 2016 | 8:52 AM
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The Silver Glory trend, as depicted in the Age of Beauty Collection by Schwarzkopf Professional, celebrates mature, gray hair and emphasizes the beauty of people’s natural hair color. Refined with silver accents, gray tones take on a fresh, new shine.

This collection offers direction and style insights for stylists dealing with clients going through the aging process.

Instead of masking or fighting the signs of aging, Schwarzkopf Professional’s collection celebrates the individuality of mature clients without missing out on current trends, says Simon Ellis, Schwarzkopf’s International Creative Director.

This collection is devoted to the individual styling preferences of mature consumers and offers techniques and products that are especially adapted to the changing needs of their hair.

These looks were created with the help of IGORA Royal Absolutes Silverwhite.

For more information about the Silver Glory trend, visit www.schwarzkopfprofessionalusa.com.

This collection was part of the ESSENTIAL LOOKS 2.2015

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