10 Photos by MODERN Fans We’re Loving

Lauren Salapatek | November 18, 2015 | 10:24 AM
"My client came in with previously colored black hair into a faded pink ombré and faded blonde bangs. I color corrected her to a beautiful violet to pink ombre." -Shawna Musgrove
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BLUE ELEMENT: Haircolor, Haircut and Style: Michelle-Nichole Jones owner of Bounc'n & Behaving Hair Studio; Makeup: Lovisa Woodson; Fashion Styling: Stylist Saniyyah Bilal
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Vintage Inspired Updo: Gabie Vossler, Ho'ala Salon and Spa in Honolulu, Hawaii
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Purple Passion by Maria Dias
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Disco Warrior Mohawk by Marty Thomas
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Haircolor, Haircut and Style: Mary Ericsson, ME Salon in St. Charles IL
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"This look features various bold colors that melt like a waterfall! I used the pixel technique, with different size squares and rectangles," says colorist J.Michael Sward.
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"I lifted the client to a level 10 with Paul Mitchell Synchro lift and 20 vol. I then applied various shades of blues, mint green, neon green, yellow, pastel pink and pastel coral all by Pravana to achieve this beautiful opal melt." -Haircolor by: Laura K Hairstylist
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"I used Koleston Perfect and did a formulation consisting of 2/0 with 10/0. I flatironed the hair and used Sebastian Professional Halo Mist to add a shine as well as cut down on any frizz from humidity." -Colorist Christopher Cheney
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Vibrant pink and peach using Pravana Vivids and Pastels by Chrissie Decker Lange.
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