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How to Transition Hair Color from Winter to Spring

Lauren Salapatek | April 11, 2018 | 1:19 PM
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“A change of weather always calls for a refresh. With Color Craft by Paul Mitchell Professional Hair Color, stylists can increase color service and take-home revenue while they boost blondes, pump-up brunettes and radiate reds. Color Craft comprises Liquid Color Concentrate in eight shades and Custom Color Treatment, which mix together to create a range of shades for enhancing, intensifying, correcting, or adjusting the tonality of a guest’s hair. Send guests home with a bottle of their matching color care to enhance shine and extend vibrancy between salon visits. Talk about a win-win!” —ROBERT CROMEANS, Global Artistic and Business director, John Paul Mitchell Systems

The change in season can trigger a change in hair color for clients. We asked our SOLO Artist Advisory Council of industry experts who lend their voice to important topics for independent stylists their opinion on “How can solo artists—and all artists—help clients transition color from winter to spring?”

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