June 12, 2018
Two independent stylists receive the trip of a lifetime.
Transition a client gently when adding depth to highlights. This will help your client achieve a softer grow out and less brass.
Going from double-process platinum to a glossy medium brown can be challenging. Get the details for this dramatic makeover.
This intense transformation required patience and creative formulation to maintain the integrity of the hair.
Get the details for this color correction from a colorist who has a true passion for transforming blondes.
Maybe even more so than the dress itself (we’re biased), a long-lasting beauty look is key for a bride looking and feeling her best on her big day.
From blotchy red hues to a bright blonde! See this color correction by Amy Ziegler of Versatile Strands Salon & Spa.
Wendy Bond had an opportunity to pump up the color on one of her favorite clients who is a natural level 5N and 50% gray.
We're borderline obsessed with this look she created using a sneak peek of Matrix metallic shades. From silver gray to rose gold, the new metallic shades create metallic looks in one step.
"My client had an old balayage professionally done to which she then covered up with some 'at home' color," says Tosha Tuzon. Details for correction here.
Get the details for this color correction, just one day before an important wedding.
Sabrie Vidler (@hairbysabrie) of Salon Calypso, Jacksonville, FL says her natural level 6/7 client arrived with more than a year's worth of new growth. Read how Vidler tackled this correction.
Suzanne Nguyen (@Hairbysuzanne_) of Vogue Salon and Lounge, San Jose, California, is a color specialist and loves to do all types of color. Here she shares the details for this correction.
Get the details for the lovely makeover, from faded and brassy to bright and light.
This stylist took a client from damaged, dry yellow blonde to a beautiful pale ashy hue.