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Copper Blonde using Milk_Shake Creative Permanent Color

Z.one Concept artists create a copper gold using Milk_Shake Creative Permanent Color.

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6 of the Best-Selling Color Depositing Conditioners in Your Salons

Color-depositing conditioners are a way for your clients to maintain your artistry in between appointments. MODERN’s Instagram followers—all one million of you!—tell us their favorites to retail.

3 Key Techniques To Get Maximum Texture

Learn the three key techniques to get maximum texture, separation and disconnection in this short and informative video tutorial.

HOW-TO: Cotton Candy Color Creations

George Johnson, @georgejohnsonhair, senior stylist at Aspire Salon in Middlesborough, England, posts glossy color finishes using Milk_shake. Johnson’s Instagram is blooming with fun-colored inspiration.

Milk_Shake Will Add 3 New Products to its Lifestyling Line

The lifestyling line from Milk_Shake is getting three new additions this January. The line is designed to work with any style you're trying to create, with the goal of defining, holding and transforming hair in just a few steps. The styling product range was created to help both hairstylist and client needs.

HOW-TO: 3D Copper & Gold Hair Color

This v-harmony look from Z.one captures the fluidity of harmonious copper and gold tones, which creates a three-dimensional effect.

Gerard Caruso Joins Z.One Concept North America as Creative Director

In a role of Creative Director Caruso will be working to restructure Z.One's current education curriculum, as well as help to further improve its in-field and on-stage presentation teams.

HOW-TO: Bombshell Hair Cut from Z.One Concept

Follow this step-by-step guide to recreate this classic look.

HOW-TO: Boho Chic Hair Cut from Z.One Concept

Recreate this trendy look by following this step-by-step guide.

Z.One Makes a Sophisticated Splash of Color

This sophisticated and rebellious look plays with a disconnection of solids and brights. It uses a Z.One “Reflection” technique, in which the base and ends are colored to mirror one another, and a “Touch & Blend” technique, in which color is applied at the base and is then blended down.