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Trending For Solo Artists: Haute Hues

Elizabeth Jakaitis | April 6, 2017 | 3:21 PM

Vibrant color remains a top trend and one that Solo Artists should be marketing and offering to their clients. Be ready to give clients bold summer styles and festival-ready looks with these fashion colors and color-stay products. 

Chi Chromashine Bold Shades from Farouk come in 12 demi-permanent shades. They are formulated with silk and aloe to ensure the most predictable and bright pastel colors with maximum deposit, shine and reflection.

Framesi FramColor Bold offers colorists an intense, vibrant palette thanks to its high concentration direct pigments technology. Color is long-lasting, with spreadability that enables colorists to use 50% less. The color is true to swatch and stays true to tone, plus is 100% vegan and cruelty-, ammonia-, gluten- and sulfate-free.

Joico Color Intensity is a collection of intensely concentrated pigments, designed to create bold vibrancy. The semi-permanent formula can be applied straight from the tube, or mixed for endless creative possibilities.

Kadus Color Vibrancy Shampoo ensures that bold, vibrant hues will stay in place by helping to protect colored hair from fading and shifting for longer-lasting, brilliant locks.

Paul Mitchell Pop XG is a semi-permanent line of cream hair color in 13 intermixable shades. A rich conditioning base leaves hair soft and supple, and the shades offer the option of creating a custom multi-colored look, or giving your client a single bold hue.

Sexy Hair's Vibrant Sexy Hair Color Lock Hairspray contains rose and almond oils, which enhance UV Color Protection and are proven to protect against color fading to keep strands looking vibrant longer.

Bed Head by TIGI Colour Trip is a range of 12 long-lasting, semi-permanent shades that are formulated with hydrolyzed keratin and coconut oil, known to strengthen and condition hair.

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