Nicole Koshak (@nicole.koshak), a stylist @shannonhairsalon in Valencia, California, got a new assistant that needed a new look after doing her hair in beauty school with friends. She was already light so Koshak needed to go in with low developers to get the warmth out while maintaining the health of her hair.
Breanna Weinhold used balayage, babylights and clever toning to correct her client's grown out, faded and brassy shade.
When we sent Artist Connective member Gerilyn Ghaisarzadeh, a colorist out of Winter Park, Florida, Goldwell's new color additive Pure Pigments, she immediately recruited models to see the shine-enhancing, color boosting effects for herself.
Get the details for this 7 hour makeover on a first time client who had no idea what was going on with her color.
Breeanna Weinhold has had quite a journey with one of her clients who came in with splotchy, orange, halfway color removed hair that had some pieces longer than waste length and some that were shorter from being chemically melted off. Get the details for the makeover here.
Hairdressers sometimes look away from the horrors of home hair color because they just don’t want to DEAL. Here's how to stop bird boxing and start removing.
This client expressed an interest in going blonde after years of wearing a deep brunette shade. A great colorist decided to use multiple techniques to ensure enough brightness within the ends, resulting in a multidimensional seamless blend.
Balayage is one of the most popular and commonly asked for services today. Most colorists are performing the service successfully, but some are experiencing challenges. Balayage expert Eva Scrivo tells us what she sees as the three most common mistakes made today.