Pastel and vibrant hues still have a tight grip on hair-color trends—so it should come as no surprise, really, that LaCroix-inspired hair color is the latest trend. Scruples challenged colorists to take inspiration from their favorite LaCroix can designs and interpret it into a color creation.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream...hair! To celebrate a sweet new year and in pursuit of flexing the creative muscles of some of our favorite colorists, Scruples asked 10 stylists to create a Halo Top-inspired transformation. Using a flavor as their muse and Scruples color, see what they scooped up!
The placement of the lightener, the type of lightener used and the level of lift achieved all come together to create this dimensional Blush Rosé shade, which uses a Scruples smudge root formula and one toner.
Alyssa Wiener (@lysseon), a Head Stylist and Colorist at Stylin', Norwalk, CT, says that she and best friend Madeline, decided to spice up her hair. “We always do some type of gingery blonde, but this time we decided to go all out!” How-to here.
Scruples offers many opportunities to the professional who comes on board as a Scruples salon. In just the first six months, Scruples salons receive in-salon product knowledge education, on-demand video education and the option to easily qualify for Scruples