The Thin Chromatic Line

By Web Editor | 02/27/2009 10:20:00 AM

 

At iDaburn Salon, in Vancouver, B.C., Canada, stylists used rocker runway looks as inspiration for rebellious hair. But it’s a fine line between avant-garde editorial and edgy wearability. To make the adventurous looks suitable, stylists transformed pinks and purples to pastels. Fast, fashionable and affordable color techniques employed include color blocking, baliage and shine bands, created by placing color along the curve of the head or under a veil of hair.

Pastel lavenders and pinks are all about placement; baliage makes the shades office-suitable.









Photography: Ian Daburn

 

 

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