by Anne Moratto
And a secret few ingredients. Get the formula and some color wheel smarts that helped a colorist achieve this correction, and fast.
Just like looking at a cookbook, sometimes it helps to browse formulas for mouthwatering color recipes. Five trends, eight formulas!
This season, brunettes are getting as much love as blondes, showcasing dimension and face-framing highlights that bring light to the face and depth to the hair.
Start now to plan for a stress-free few months ahead by following these strategies from a successful stylist and salon owner.
While clients can still confuse balayage and ombre, fall is the perfect time to educate them on these warmer tones.
Muted, antique rose hair color formula from Pravana artist Aspen Rae delivers a mocha rose effect.
Mandy Moore was a showstopper at this year's Emmy Awards and her gorgeous hair color was created with Shades EQ.
“This was a melting technique where I based, lowlighted, and glazed to tone down for the fall/winter over our previous spring/summer lightening processes.”
This artist is leading #TheBlondeResistance, hoping clients--and stylists--will give brunettes the love and respect they deserve.
Need an example of stunning face-framing highlights to demonstrate the technique? Look no more.
We love a good visual for talking to clients about color processes but this colorist also uses some great, easy-to-understand language to share with a client wanting to go darker.
Redken 5th Avenue NYC
The shades are designed to offer unlimited creative color to brunettes levels 3-5.
by Katie Johns
Whether its a fishtail or waterfall braid, Artist Connective member Sarah Crews, @hairbysarahcrews, wins the braid game every time.
The final formula was applied for, literally, 30 seconds.
by Alison Alhamed
Avoiding color ribbons, preserving depth with interior shadowing, depth distribution--it sounds complicated, right? Blonde and balayage expert Jamie Sea, @prettylittleombre, breaks down the why behind some of her favorite techniques.