There was a lot of wonderful color presented at Premiere 2017 in Orlando this past weekend. MODERN caught up with Tim Bo Mack at the Pravana booth to learn more about these three exciting shades. Learn the formulas in this short video:
"My client Lisa wanted a dramatic change but was insistent on not cutting her hair short," says Eva Scrivo of the Eva Scrivo Salons, NYC. "She also wanted to maintain her natural gray hair but was open to enhancing it with a tinted balayage." Details for the makeover here.
Enrique Lemus Lamboy (@Kique_Stylist) says his client used to be "very very blonde starting with a very dark natural color - level 3. I had to make sure her ends were filled so I would get richness and hold from her color." Details for makeover here.
"My guest had been growing out her natural silver/gray color for months," says Rachel Kampert (@rachk.stylist) of Bella Mia Hair Designs (@bellamiahairdesigns), Tampa, Florida. "The goal was to color her hair as close to her natural hair." Details here.
"This client had been doing full foils for years, and her hair showed it," says Tiffinie Morton (@hairbytiffinie). "We had been working on getting her hair healthier and decided to try something new. She initially wanted to go to a warm level 5 but I talked her into trying this to ease her into being darker since she had been blonde for so long." Details here.
The duo of Joe Espinoza (@joedoeshair) and Roger Lopez (@rogerdidit), partners in a salon space in Los Angeles and collaborators on creative projects, crank out photo shoots from within their intimate space that look big budget and long on time. And here's how...
"This was her first time in my chair," says Rachael Monahan (@Rachael_Monahan) of Jyl Craven Hair Design, Canton, Georgia. "She decided she needed a big change to find her herself a romance! She said 'Make it short, sexy, and all one color!' I said 'LET'S DO IT!'" Details for the makeover here.