This Icy Blush look features pastel colors that are distant from natural tones to add a touch of class and concentrate on the fringe area.
Seamless highlights team with a soft tonal shift create elegant, brighter face-framing results.
Redken pastels give clients glossy shine with sheer shades. Use them to add a pastel hue or a soft wash of color—or to tone and correct for a flawless filter effect.
When Rusk bold colors are softened for a dose of transparency, you achieve a pastel version of vibrant shades with brilliant shine.
These glowing Joico highlights were inspired by summers spent in Ipanema, Brazil.
The illusion of frothy waves in pastel Pravana shades that move forward from an ocean blue was created with a split-color technique, in which the hair is separated from back to front.
Eslabondexx Bleach permits up to three lightening services in one day, thanks to its built-in damage protection.
Manic Panic’s solution for when your client wants something that will fade back to blonde by the holidays.
This transition from darker to lighter colors uses a melting technique that incorporates subtle hints of violet in various shades blended with Malibu C Concentr8 Colour for added dimension.
Bringing to life the Pantone color of the year, a multi-dimensional Kevin Murphy blonde features playfully placed green tones for a uniquely eccentric yet feminine, finish.
Prelightening is key, as is choosing the most skin-tone suitable shade—inthis case, a soft, golden tone using Keune Haircosmetics with an ashcharacter for an iridescent effect.
This incredible prismatic effect is created by overlaying vibrant #mydentity pastels for a unique take on balayage.
The rose-gold obsession leads to a hypnotizing version of the shade thathas unique dimension and a shimmery finish using Kenra Color.
With Paul Mitchell The ColorXG swirls of lilac and lavender, Violet Opal is said todetract from negative energy.
When L’anza shades are placed back-to-back, you can take even the boldest tones and achieve something beautiful, soft and seamless.