Emily Andrews (@hairbyemilya) a Wella Brand Educator and owner of Bad Wolf Studio, Belle Vernon, Pennsylvania, says her client came in with level 5 regrowth, and old Violet permanent lowlights. Here she shares the details for this correction.
Cristophe Salon Beverly Hills Master Colorist Erick Orellana expects neon hair color to be huge this summer.
Emmanuel Ramirez (@emmanuelkuthaus) of Kut Haus Salon in Claremont, CA worked with these new shades, hand painting his canvas to create a "Royal Fiery Slate" finish.
This client came in with two inches of her natural color, about two inches of a level five band, another few inches of level seven band and pre-lightened ends. She wanted to be white blonde!
Selena Gomez debuted to fans her gorgeous, new chocolate mauve hair shade on her Snapchat account. The originator of the chocolate-mauve trend on Instagram, Hannah Edelman, tells us how to recreate the look.
"This client came in with very brassy, yellow and orange tones throughout her hair," says Austin Senior. "She was all levels 8 and 9 with about 5 inches of her natural level 7 regrowth. Her goal was a very cool platinum blonde with no silver and a shadow root slightly darker/cooler than her natural level." Here Senior shares the details for this makeover.
This client came in with unwanted warmth and didn't feel blonde enough with her current color. She had uneven chunks of dark, old lowlights and a lot of her natural color. In this how-to she requested to go brighter!
Lana of Shear Bliss Salon in NYC (@shearblissnyc) located in heart of Manhattan says her client always wanted to go blonde. She tried out various salons and colored her hair at home for over 5 years. Every time she visited a salon she experienced failure and disappointment....until now.