What’s haute for Spring hair color? At Jet Rhys in San Diego, it’s a special glow from within.
“To get it, we layer in color for soft, yet intentional contrast,” says Rhys. “For instance, our new blonde comes from creating color halos from the nape to the top, alternating L’Oréal Professionnel’s Inoa 7.13, 7.31 and 7.3, and finishing with a buttery 9.3.”
Other trends from the Jet stream:
Sustainable Shades: Get them by mixing together richer and warmer tones for new hybrid hues, or 2 + 2s (two shades richer and warmer than natural). “Hybrids transform the golden tones that every woman’s skin has, accenting a healthy glow,” says Rhys.
Authentic Hues: Watch for a swing toward shaping cuts with hair color — think brightened brunettes, buttery blondes and restrained reds.
Harmonious Highlights: The new Zen means blissfully balanced highlight hues, placed to follow the head’s natural curves. You get kinetic color, as opposed to a stripe-y effect.