Bronze Caramel Highlights


A with Expert Hair Colorist Extension This look is a dark caramel. It is certainly still embedded as an ombré, but it has thinner highlights that turn the depth at the root into the ends of the beam. This creates a smoother version of a traditional shadow. Less decorated as she was on the sand. How effortless and perfect it is is the greatest thing about this look. As it is timeless, it never goes out of style for me pretty much. It’s a look that anyone can wear because it’s cute. I also love how the color complements the soft waves I made. For someone who likes a little warmth in their body, this particular look is great. The natural base color usually tends to grow a little flat so these caramel ribbons really warm up and enhance a flat base. I always tend to feel that the tones of caramel complement people with very strong tones of olive skin. The dark look is really perfect for the girl who doesn’t want to get a lot into the salon because it’s meant to be living in. I touch up some of my girls every four months! I gently call this look highlights of recession!

Caramel Pixie Highlights

This is a sleek and edgy feel. My favorite thing is the haircut texture. If you decide to spice it up with some pomade, it can be fun, or if you lay it down, it can look more modern and professional! The caramel highlights color creates a playful appearance! Any advice for a caramel thinker? If you want to add more color, you would probably want some kind of fiber pomade. The stickiness allows the hair to stick while holding and not being too heavy. This look is great for anyone because how you can style it is so flexible! Medium Brown Hair in Custard


A in Sarasota Fl with Professional StylistChocolate Brown with Caramel Highlights


Chocolate Caramel Swirl

This new mom has thick hair and she wanted an easy-to-style look. Wash-and-go stuff. Her natural waves are great for balayage and layers of color pop. The favorite thing about me is …. With her service and a new look, she was so satisfied. Some advice for a caramel thinker? Among other stuff, we find facial shape as stylists. The length is good for her though, because she is still able to ponytail it. With the promise of The Euphora curl she will accept her natural wave and from her highlighted bits have a bit of shine. Balayage Caramel Babylights


Babylight foils and balayage were used to create this look. The subtlety of it is my favorite thing about the feel. This adds depth and color pops to the hair without the sensation of being blonde to the customer. For someone who is not consistent with appointments, this is a great low maintenance color. I’d recommend it to someone who’s worried about getting lighter. This look could be pulled off by any face shape. If you often pull back your hair, I recommend that you put foils around your hairline. On someone with fine hair, this look was developed. I used a flat iron to curl the top parts by using Aveda’s Air Control to shake the curls.

Caramel Dark Chocolate FoilayageIt is perfect for the customer who wants a low maintenance hair color that looks natural and grows beautifully to achieve caramel highlights using the foilayage or balayage technique.

Caramel Natural Brown Highlights


I will characterize this color as an enhanced natural colour. In addition to her natural hair, I used warm and natural caramel tones. My favorite thing about this look is that it was artificially colored, you can’t tell her. This might be a natural hair head. Any advice for a caramel thinker? To someone who wants to change their looks but still wants to feel like their natural self, I recommend this color. For someone with a warm skin tone, this look is best suited. I think the best way to show off all the different tones is long hair. Bolder Caramel Highlights


A with Color Expert I love all the size it has against the depth of its natural base with the different tones. It all so perfectly blends together! Some advice for a caramel thinker? For most customers, caramel highlights are friendly because they are easier to reach and maintain than lighter ones. I still ask my customers what their level of fashion comfort is before I do some color service because color needs to be shown every other day, not dropped into a messy bun! Because of the thickness and length of the hair and because it is a complete balayage and low light with gloss is required, this look may require longer service. I consider using a bonding device such as the Redken Ph bonder or Olaplex if your client has infected hair or wants to keep their hair in its healthy state. I recommend using a color-safe shampoo or any salon brand shampoo as far as products go after the service. I alert consumers that shampoos and conditioners from the drugstore will easily remove the color and make your hair appear dull and lifeless. Caramel Lob



A with Cosmetologist How are you going to describe this look and what is your favorite? To create and maintain this look, what items do you recommend? For babylights and foils, I used 20vol Affinage lite dust. I then added Matrix Socolor 5 m to the hair left out of the foils (which is the base tone) with 20volt. After finishing with the base paint, we worked for about 35 years. I finished it off for the babylights with Matrix Socolor 6w. With the whole operation, I used Olaplex (my favorite). My model took home shampoo and conditioner Joico Keratin Techitaly Lumina shampoo (purple shampoo) and treatment with 3 Olaplex. This look requires regular changes every two months, and every four to six weeks a retouch. Each hair needs a bit of Tlc. Any hair color or cut will shine if it is simply put away regardless of the type or lifestyle of the skin tone body! Caramel Blonde


A with Hair Artist and Nail Technician This color has been quite a transition and has taken about 3 hours to finish but I love how the color blends from beginning to finish and how the light and dark tones match her haircut. Some advice for a caramel thinker? Once you have reached this level of lightness, it is quite low maintenance if you have a natural dark hair color. You will still have to preserve your root if you paint your root. The look of the shadow is very easy to keep and can be refreshed whenever you are ready! A rounded or square face is the best face type for a look like this. The vertical positioning of the color helps to attract the attention from the front and create the illusion of extending the head. It is always advised to keep up with regular deep conditioning treatments at home for blondes as the hair appears to be more brittle and after lightening services can be delicate.

Caramel Black Hair Highlights


A wonderful treat for your naturally dark hair will make any form of hair look realistic due to the excellent contrast it offers.Warm Caramel


A with Cosmetologist How are you going to describe this look and what is your favorite? To create and maintain this look, what items do you recommend? For babylights and foils, I used 20vol Affinage lite dust. I then added Matrix Socolor 5 m to the hair left out of the foils (which is the base tone) with 20volt. After finishing with the base paint, we worked for about 35 years. I finished it off for the babylights with Matrix Socolor 6w. With the whole operation, I used Olaplex (my favorite). My model took home shampoo and conditioner Joico Keratin Techitaly Lumina shampoo (purple shampoo) and treatment with 3 Olaplex. This look requires regular changes every two months, and every four to six weeks a retouch. Each hair needs a bit of Tlc. Any hair color or cut will shine if it is simply put away regardless of the type or lifestyle of the skin tone body! Caramel Blonde


A with Hair Artist and Nail Technician This color has been quite a transition and has taken about 3 hours to finish but I love how the color blends from beginning to finish and how the light and dark tones match her haircut. Some advice for a caramel thinker? Once you have reached this level of lightness, it is quite low maintenance if you have a natural dark hair color. You will still have to preserve your root if you paint your root. The look of the shadow is very easy to keep and can be refreshed whenever you are ready! A rounded or square face is the best face type for a look like this. The vertical positioning of the color helps to attract the attention from the front and create the illusion of extending the head. It is always advised to keep up with regular deep conditioning treatments at home for blondes as the hair appears to be more brittle and after lightening services can be delicate.

Caramel Black Hair Highlights


A wonderful treat for your naturally dark hair will make any form of hair look realistic due to the excellent contrast it offers.I offer a halo-layered cut to customers with lower hair density to give their hair some motion volume and clarity. To achieve this, I am mixing shorter layers into longer layers and using a curling iron without using the clamp as a wand gives the perfect beachy boho curl which looks easy. Some advice for a caramel thinker? It looks like wears well straight or curly and can be perfect for those who want minimal styling like washing and blowdry or those looking for heat fashion and spending a little bit more time. I still recommend Kenra’s Color Charge Serum Spray to my wash and blow-dry clients, that smells great on damp hair to prepare for the blowdry and then followed up on the root and dry oil conditioner all over with their Volume Burst to set the look. I love starting them with the same routine of Kenra’s Platinum Color Charge Serum Spray on damp hair for my warm clients and then blowing clean. I use Paul Mitchell Hot Off the Press Thermal Spray with low hold to prepare for heat styling prior to using a curling or flat iron. Then I start at the root with Kenra’s Volume Burst and a dry oil conditioner light spray. Honey Caramel Highlights


These soft waves are sexy delicate and luscious with these perfectly placed highlights.


A with Master Hairstylist This amazing look was created by applying to the virgin hair caramel scanning highlights and finishing it with a long layer cut. My lovely customer wanted to get lighter and have something that would grow well without being too brazen on her naturally dark skin. My favorite part of this look is the combination of these freehand highlights. My client will not have to rush back into the salon at four to six weeks with such a smooth combination because she sees a clear demarcation line (grow out). This incredible mix allows her to choose when she comes for her next color service depending on whether she wants to be even lighter or preserved. Some advice for a caramel thinker? For just about every type of hair, these caramel highlights are incredible. It can be very budget-friendly with the balayage growing out so effortlessly. When contemplating caramel balayage highlights, the biggest thing you need to be mindful of is that your highlights will have some moisture in them. Discuss what you like about the color you give them to your stylist. Speak through the different tones that you see and you can be on the same page with your stylist. The highlights of caramel balayage are superbly buildable. They can be the final result or an amazing stepping stone to make it even lighter!


Apply warmth to darker hair everywhere you go. A sultry look is sure to put waves to long hair.

Short-hair toffee shadesThe final touch is a good blow out, of course, with a round brush that knows working for some raise at the roots and a polished smooth look at the ends! Some advice for a caramel thinker? Consider: face shape style maintenance and if appropriate age. There are so many bob haircut models. The bob chin length (often more appropriate for mature women) appears to soften the facial characteristics that make women look more elegant. The long bob I’ve done here is great if you’re not in short, but you don’t want a long haircut to be kept either. The trick is to reach for the length of the collarbone to offer an easy-to-style look and take care of. This is great for busy women who work in the gym or mom who are chasing their little ones around because it’s long enough to be tied up. Chocolate Brown Hair with Light Golden Caramel Highlights


Featuring a rich caramel chocolate base that is ideal for any length and texture of hair. Warm and bright shades also work so well to brighten every type of hair and add depth when it comes to waves.


Warm lighter streaks can give the depth and dimension needed to the dark base. This style also makes it possible for the hair texture to be on the spotlight allowing you to dress easily.

Bronzey Beauty

Caramel can mean many things and this tone is kicked into high gear for me. Hey, this bronze-ish voice! Best Skin Tone and Hair Type for Caramel: I like to add a little copper to the color of the hair and give it that extra kick! You will find that it can really accentuate the color of your eyes and give to a relatively complexioned gal some essential warmth. Keep in mind that ultra warm colors will come with a price in the copper and caramel community. If you don’t use the right products to care for your precious locks, they will fade quickly and lose their shine.

Loaded Up Caramel


I name this look Loaded Up Caramel because the bits of caramel are not supposed to be discreet. It’s not a natural look, but certainly a nice one that’s going to turn heads!
Blonde Caramel Highlights


Balayage and classy long-hair waves describe effortlessness and elegance that catches your eyes every time. The Crimson Crush


ding as little as 6-10 lighter warmer tone caramel highlights will change your entire look! Best Skin Tone and Hair Type for Caramel: You can find that with a different tone your eyes are much more visible or your haircut is much more noticeable. To discuss exactly how light you can go without harming and over-processing your hair, be sure to consult with your stylist. Use your curling iron 11?4-inch to get the look on the photo!

Tan Caramel Highlights


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The longer hair on the top adds a lot of contrast to the sides and the short back.

Contour Pompadour

While initially related to female haircuts, Pompadour makes a mark of gender crossing. A very theatrical cut with a dramatic upper side hair being elevated as if to form a wall then moved backwards for continuity

Mountain High Pomp

Hair faded sides until the last possible moment hair is kept short and then Zoom raised like a mighty mountain unpologetic a cut that is certainly Bold.

Fantastic Short Pompadour

Classic Pompadour


A with president This haircut is called mid-razor fade with a pompadour hard part that reflects beauty and masculinity to me. The performance of the haircut is my favorite thing about this look. Next, I’d suggest a matte pomade to a customer. The best type of hair is thick and straight. The face shape should be oval, and a strong personality should be given to the client.

Pompadour disconnected

Side Parted Pomp with Beard


A with Barber While many barbers refuse to call this a combover and call it a side part, the hairstyles are very similar. The hairstyle of the combover consists of hair combed with a section on one side. The primary difference is the side-swept look and blunt brush back of the hair between the classic side part and the combover. The blurred sides between the hair and the beard are my favorite thing about this theme. I owe my customers a personal attention. I recommend them to maintain a short and thick beard if they have a long face. To make the face look less serious, they have to hold thick beards. Beard scruff just shows you can grow a lot of it!


A in Tonbridge Kent, UK with Barber. How would you characterize this look and what is your favorite? This look is smart and trendy. I like the fade and the size it’s got. To build volume, I suggest using a salt mist and blowing the hair up and back. Then use to finish a small amount of matte clay and hairspray. What kind of person would work best for this look? The style is suitable for people with straight hair or a subtle hair wave. For this look, curly hair won’t work. It’s perfect for an outgoing personality. What’s your best tip for someone looking at this look? Make sure you dry your hair for volume on a daily basis. Roughly every three weeks get the cut formed. A with Barber How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

Shadow Taper


Razor Fade


What’s your favorite thing about this look? The pompadour was a popular haircut back in the 1950s, with Elvis and Johnny Cash likes making it a popular rock and roller look. This razor fade brings a modern twist to the classic haircut. To get volume in the body, it’s all about the blow dry. I like to apply the finest Holland Reuzel Hair Tonic to give volume before blowing and then Reuzel Clay Matte Pomade to hold it in place?

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My advice is about improving your look. Change is good and you can make the most of your body!

Traditional Comb Over Pump


How are you going to explain this look and what is your favorite? This is a slightly modern twist classic cut. I’m just trying to stick to conventional barbering techniques as the foundation, so I’m going to try to experiment about style and modern barbering techniques outside the box. The cut form is very classic and traditional, while the fade and style give the modern twist look. The design of this look is probably my favorite thing. When blowing, I usually use a toilet tonic. The grooming tonic of Reuzel is my preference, but I also like the one of Suavecito. I use a matte pomade like the Uppercut Deluxe Matt Pomade once the hair is completely dry. This pomade’s hold is great for both heavy hair and thin hair men. For someone with an oval shaped face, I would recommend this look. If someone has a bigger face, this cut can offer an even bigger head appearance. For this slice, I don’t think you need a particular lifestyle. I’m sure this look would work for both a sophisticated entrepreneur and a hard-working construction worker.

Gentlemen’s Pomp


How are you going to describe this look and what is your favorite? This is the cut with a soft taper by a gentlemen. That brought the cut to life is the quality of the client’s body. That’s my favorite part! I suggest a medium hold pomade to build this look.

Rockabilly Pomp with Barber


Executive Contour Pomp


A with Barber / Owner How are you going to describe this look and what is your favorite? I use Layrite Grooming Spray for hair molding (using a hair dryer) and Layrite Original Pomade for styling. A Brazilian hair modeler named Caballeros was the material used here. I used it to dry and shape the hair as a grooming material, and again after styling. I recommend this look to customers who want a classic haircut and don’t have a lot of time to style their hair. Most of my clients are doctoral lawyers engineers and college students, but from the traditional to the progressive this look can suit any lifestyle. This haircut can be applied to all forms of the face as its form extends the outline of the head. The more complicated it will be for the curlier the hair to look like this.


A with Barber How are you going to describe this look and what is your favorite? This look I’d describe as pure rock’n roll. I love the fact that it offers the consumer a lot of styling choices to fit perfectly in terms of height and how it is connected / styled up and down. It depends on the type and desires of the client’s body. I like using a powerful oil pomade like the Pink Reuzel and a touch of Green Reuzel or Grooming Tonic. If the customer wants a clean face, a water-soluble would work just fine if you use a grooming tonic to dry the hair in place. Anyone who has moldable hair (because you don’t want to fight every day with your body) should adopt this trend. The cut can be conveniently customized to the choice of the customer. You want length on the sides if you want that classic pomp. I love going skin-faded with a younger client. Let’s not forget that either with a taper you can never go wrong!

Old School Pomp

A with Barber in Athens Greece How are you going to describe this look and what is your favorite? This is a sort of hairstyle of old school. My favorite thing about this look is hard to share because it’s the final result with all the details that make it so perfect.A with Owner / Stylist This look is a curly crop that is textured. My favorite thing about this theme is how easy it is to keep up with it every day. I enjoy disconnecting from the sides ‘ length to the top end as well. This look is definitely for someone who already has a curly texture by nature and who doesn’t want to spend a lot of time on styling. A little scrunch of the Not So Hard Up Gel cocktailed with Shaping Cream from Sexy Hair keeps the curls in place as well as adding shine and keeping grip.

High Fade Pump


A with Barber This look is my modern twist on a classic rock pump. I love this look because it offers a ton of styling versatility and it’s a great way for men to be comfortable using more than just their hands to put it together. I use a styling spray while the hair is still damp round brush to finish it off with a mixture of cream grooming and crew fiber. Because this style is so flexible, it can be built to please almost any taste. Anyone can wear it as far as I’m concerned. It’s a style that only screams trust, so as I always say You have to rock the cut, don’t let the cut rock you! The

Businessman Pomp


Having a busy day means that you are less likely to change your styling. For all busy bees out there, this cut proves to be a trusty one. Less styling, but still a lot of flare.


A with Barber How are you going to describe this look and what is your favorite? I’d characterize this as a fade haircut for men with a cropped top disconnected and styled into a fake hawk. I love this style because it’s flexible and there are many ways to style it. For a pompadour or out to the side for a business professional look, you can comb everything forward and up in a fake hawk comb it around.
A Traditional Side-Part Pomp

A with Barber How are you going to describe this look and what’s your favorite? The pompadour is a hairstyle that is always traditional and trendy. Since the 20s and 30s, the style has evolved, and Elvis made it his signature look in the 50s. Modern take inspiration from the traditional style on the pompadour like this one I developed and give it a modern twist playing with length through the top and keeping the back and sides straight and short. My favorite thing about this style is that it can look sharp for a black tie event and still look good on a Sunday for a coffee. Until drying with a hairdryer, I set the part and applied a pre-style sea salt spray (Beach Muk by Muk) to generate the volume and lift that is important to the style. I finished the look with Pomp and Co Pomade, working it thoroughly from root to tip before combing it into the finished shape. The pompadour it is a classic look as long as it is cut correctly will match lifestyles and face shapes of all ages. This works best on straight hair, but with the right style and services it can also be done on wavy hair. This is definitely my favorite cut / style for my customers all the time. The main elements of this cut remain the same (i.e. the front and finish side of the lift) but can be tailored to suit a range of customers. Whether you’re a hipster entrepreneur or a student, this look will always suit the opportunity.

Slicked Back


How are you going to describe this look and what is your favorite? This is a classic slickback tapered. It is cut to an executive length and makes use of this client’s natural hair flow and growth pattern. His classic personality is the best part of this look. It’s always been around to be slightly modified over time by subtleties. We suggest a matte finish pomade to recreate this feel. Consider something that doesn’t have a lot of shine but looks dry and natural instead.How would this look be defined and what’s your favorite thing about it? The antique elegance of the theme is my favorite part of a pompadour. It takes you back to the days of the fifties when every day hair was done and everybody was dressed well. I recommend a blow dry product, such as a salt spray or a grooming tonic, if you’re trying to style a larger pompadour.

Rockabilly Pomp



A with Barber How are you going to describe this look and what is your favorite? What items would you suggest for this look to be preserved and recreated? For help create a base while blowing drying, I suggest a light gel or grooming spray. To finish, I’d use a high hold water-based pomade. I recommend this haircut to the men who take time to style their hair in the morning. That’s not for the guys to wake up and go. ServicePhoto Copyright Policy Latest-Hair Contact UsPrivacy PolicySitemapTerms

Cute Colorful Peekaboo


Revised Jul 17, 2019 We call this one a peek boo. My favorite thing about it is that you have the organic and vibrant best of both worlds! It’s perfect for consumers who want to put their foot through the color world, but it’s just not yet ready to commit the whole way. The bright colors are usually just below the hair so you can keep it more natural on top. The colors will pop up when you wear your hair or wave it, but if you just hold it down you can’t see the vibrant colors until you start moving your hair. It’s a nice surprise on the unicorn below. If you’re in a workplace frowning on vibrant colors then getting this look will help you cover it from the edge with your natural color. Or either you can tie it into a ponytail to give a two-tone vibe when you’re ready to show it off. Half of you do that shows off the colors. Finally, to offer a swirl of color effect, you can curl your hair. This is also great for beginners with vivid hair because it suits all styles of hair and face shapes and you can always go bolder down the line. It’s also easier to maintain as it’s just underneath your body. Moonstone Rainbow Hair Color


Kayla Boyer / A with Hair Making ArtistinMinneapolis Minnesota How would you describe this look and what is your favorite? For this look, what items do you recommend? For this color / look, the items I would suggest would be a color-protecting shampoo and conditioner free of sulfates and parabens. This and a heat-protective will improve it color’s durability. What skin tones and styles of hair will pull off this color / on all skin tones I have developed this color. I think you can pull off any color if you have the faith. Only know it’s natural to get the best results for people with lighter hair. What’s your best tip to recreate / h2> Tropical Sunset


A with Junior Stylist?My best tips for recreating this look is to take your time to split each section so that none of the bottom colors touch each other and wash your client can manage in the coldest water. It’s super important to saturate with vivids so you’re better off using more material than under. Using low temperatures as well as a heat-protective during styling. You get a total of seven washes in order to keep this color wash in the coldest possible water and clarify to your customers. If you want to use them all in one week or in the next seven days, it is up to you!

Deep Violet Shadow Root

How are you going to describe this look and what is your favorite? This is a dark violet shadow core with contrasting rainbow colors. My favorite thing about this look is the contrast between all the different colors and how the hair falls. For this look, what items do you recommend? For this look, the items I would recommend are the Redken Color Care Shampoo and Conditioner and the Mega Sleek Iron Heat Protective Matrix Full Performance. Both products will help preserve the color and seal the cuticle for a smooth and brilliant finish! – skin tones and styles of hair will pull off this color / What’s your best tip to replicate / maintain this color / My best tip to recreate this look is to be as clean as possible from a request. The brighter the colors are going to be, the better you work. Have a blast and choose as many colors as you like!

Candied Hologram

A with Hair and Make-up Artist at Fort Collins Colorado How would you describe this look and what is your favorite? This color was influenced by candy tones and hologram motion. The combination of natural and rainbow colors together with their positioning makes this hair look different in every way it is pulled. Some of my favorite extra details about this party color are that it covers a multicolored undercut and under a black light it glows completely. What items are you going to recommend for this look? I used the confetti range of Kenra Neons Pravana Neons and Joico for light. The skin tones and styles of hair will pull this color off / The advantage of this color is that it can be fully tailored to whatever skin tone you want to wear. You may adjust the proportion of used warm and cool tones or leave out some highlights of blonde. Anything that suits you! This combination color / style is best achieved for those who start with lighter hair or those who have a lot of patience in their cycle of lifting. Those with a fine to medium hair texture often wear this best. What’s your best tip about recreating / maintaining this color/ the basis for this color is just all about. I took extra time to create a smooth coo-tone balayage and melt color before adding direct dye to this color would lay the way it does and grow well. This color’s treatment is all about your aftercare. Wash your hair with quality products in the coldest water you can! I promise that the will last so much longer. I first gave her a blowout with Car Service to recreate the finishing style to create a smooth base with which to work, then I curled her hair in large random vertical sections. Then I used Powder Play on her roots for volume Spray Clay on the Rose Elixir texture curls to lightly enhance her shine and finish it off with the Get Layered hairspray!For this look, what items do you recommend? Neither lather or soft lather shampoo is recommended. My highlights are DevaCurl Framesi Color Lover No Suds and the new shampoo conditioner and spray serum from Kenra’s Color Charge. I always advise washing adry shampoo. My favorite is Tigi Bed Head of Rockaholic Dirty Secret! Which skin tones and hair types can pull this color off / I personally think this can be pulled off by anyone with the confidence to rock bright colors. It’s about how you’re rocking it! Don’t be afraid to try a color with your skin tone that you might not be afraid of. Perhaps just change the color of your blush or add an eye shadow pop to match. There’s something anyone can pull off. It’s all about what counts inside. What’s your best tip on recreating / maintaining this color/

The Hidden Unicorn


Makeup Artist I name this Hidden Unicorn Hair because it’s the perfect look for those who want to play with vibrant color but can’t do it all for their work or other purposes. I have customers in my chair constantly following my Which products would you recommend for this look? Unless your client is a platinum blonde, you’ll need to lighten them in order to achieve any such vibrant colors. This is particularly important when blue is used. The blue will blend and produce a teal / green instead of the desired hue if the client lifts to a yellow blonde. Every lightener is going to do it but I usually stick to those with a violet hue to remove the yellow that usually accompanies blonde tones. Because I need to light up so many points that I use Olaplex for most of my clients. It reconstructs the bonds that are broken during the lightening process, which even after lightening means healthy hair! Keep in mind that using Olaplex means that if you’re using 40 vol, your developer will fall. Basically it’s going to work like 30 vol. With a mixture of Olaplex. I love Pravana Vivids as far as the vivids are concerned and have recently started using Pulp Riot colors. I always use foils to isolate each color and rinse them with cool water individually to avoid bleeding. In neon blue wild orchid neon green and amethyst, I used Pravana vivids for this theme. – skin tones and styles of hair can pull off this color / What’s your best tip for recreating / maintaining this color / I also make sure that every customer knows that vivids need to be preserved before I even begin the color cycle. Washing hair in cool water helps to keep the color locked in while hot water actually opens the cuticula to allow more color to spill out with each wash. It’s also very important what you wash your hair with. No shampoos from the drugstore! I recommend Shampoo and Conditioner Keratin Complex Timeless Color Fade. I can’t emphasize enough the value of buying the salon shampoo and conditioner. Your brand can not be advertised by Amazon drug stores and Ulta stores. It is also necessary to use a heat-protective device when blowing or using warm devices. Using Lanza ColorGuard Spray, I take all my vibrant customers home. Upon shaving, this is to be sprayed in the hair while it is still warm and after drying the towel. This significantly extends the life of the color. I always give my customers a realistic idea of how long their color will last and make sure they know it needs to be kept every three to four weeks compared to a regular color touch for four to six weeks.

Eye Candy Rainbow Hair

Owner How are you going to describe this look and what’s your favorite? My favorite thing about this look is that it all flows beautifully in different colors! It’s like an eye-catching little treat. For this look, what items do you recommend?


How are you going to describe this look and what is your favorite? This is a vivid color that blends with the favorite colors of my company in mind. My favorite thing about it is that it gives me a safe feeling. My client sat down literally telling me what colors she wanted and telling me to do whatever I wanted. Wherever she wants to reveal more teal on one side or more pink on the other, she has the option to wear her part! What items are you going to recommend for this look? – skin tones and styles of hair will pull this color off / My client has more peachy skin but the colors can always be warmed up or cooled off to match either type of skin. This can be pulled off by any type of hair. In the photos you can’t tell, but this client’s natural hair is super curly and thick! What’s your best tip to recreate / maintain this color / my best tip would be to simply go with the flow. I never imagine my result until I’m in the hair and playing! All over, I start with a darker base color that I think suits my client’s skin tone the best I can then melt my colors. It’s hair painting which I love really free-form. To preserve this look, I recommend shampooing only when needed (usually once or twice a week) with a safe / sulfate-free shampoo in professional color and a cold water conditioner. With Kenra Blow Dry spray and Awapuhi Wild Ginger Styling Oil by Paul Mitchell, I blew her out for her theme and then used my wand to curl her up! Peacock Rainbow


inWest Midlands Uk How do you explain this look and what is your favorite? The contrast between natural and vibrant colors and the ability to hide the vivids would be my favorite thing about this look. For this look, what items do you recommend? I want Special 10 Argan Oil Color Freeze from Osmo and Indola Shine Spray by Schwarzkopf Blinding Shine Definer. The skin tones and styles of hair will pull this color off/ All skin types would be perfect with the secret rainbow as the natural colors on top match all skin tones. Everyone wear thislook particularly well with porcelain olive and darker tones. Nevertheless, if your teint is very rosy, this particular combination may be avoided as the pink hues may be too hot next to the red skin tones. Then check the colors on white paper to see their true hue and then choose a few that really pop next to each other. In large chunks, pull the colors through so they stand out. Keep washing to a minimum and always use a shampoo and conditioner that is sulphate-free when you shower.- skin tones and styles of hair can pull this color off / This look may seem overwhelming, but any skin tone can pull off those colors! If you and your stylist want to go with a lighter look, simply change the base color to be a lighter brown. What’s yourPerfectly painted


A with> Amber Starnes hairstylist and colorist My inspiration for the color was a picture of some space nebula or something I found. I liked how the warm colors sliced through the deep blues and seemed ordered, but it wasn’t really. I captured this kind of warm light floating through the dark abyss. My favorite thing about this hue is how it looks like there’s one look inside another like the blues running through the magenta and orange. What items are you going to recommend for this look? I recommended a gentle color-safe shampoo and Silk Degrees Shine Serum from Pravana for this client to offer protection and radiant shine to show off those vivid colors! That skin tones and styles of hair will pull this color off / This particular client has fair skin and blue eyes and the color looks fantastic on her. I think the vivids look great on all the colors of the body. Depending on the amount of pink or yellow undertones on the hair, the colors near the face may need to be changed. As far as hair styles are concerned, every form of hair may have hair from the mermaid! Just to be raised to pale blonde, it has to be safe enough. What’s your best tip to recreate / maintain this color/

Creatively Colored


A with Laura Joy Naugle How would you describe this look and what’s your favorite? This look is my version of the newly famous oil slick hair color style. My favorite part of this look is that they melt so well even though I use three colors that it produces even more colors. It makes a different look for the finished product when separated and modeled in different ways. What items are you going to recommend for this look? I use the Cobalt Blue Amethyst Purple and Peacock Green colors of the Joico K-Pak Color Intensity for this look. The secret ingredient for these colors is to blend each with Black Pearl in Color Intensity. It makes it possible to intensify the color hue, making you deeper colors. – skin tones and styles of hair will pull this color off / What is your best tip to recreate / maintain this color / Recreating this look is incredibly easy and fun. I take the hair section around the part of the client and keep it a cool dark brown or natural color. It helps the new growth to not be as distinguishable by making the component a more natural color. I segment smaller triangle hair sections and alternate between all three shades. I mix the color nearest to the scalp halfway down the hair shaft with another hue. It helps the colors in each triangular hair segment to mix together and create different colors. The proper conservation of this color is vital to its longevity. I advise my clients only once or twice a week to wash their hair with cool water. Also sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner are recommended. Use as little heat as possible to style the trick. It is best to use styling devices such as curling iron and flat iron with a temperature not exceeding 350-375 degrees Fahrenheit. It can cause the color to fade much faster by overheating the skin.

Rainbow PastelThis palette can be rocked by any skin tone. What’s your best tip to recreate / maintain this color / Use cold water to wash your hair and use sulfate-free products. Avoid a lot of heat styling because the color will fade faster with heat.

Half Pastel Half Rainbow

A with> Elissa Wolfe Hairstylist How are you going to describe this look and what is your favorite? I define this look as a half rainbow pastel. I love how you can wear it with a center part at its serious or turn it from side to side with a completely different deep parting. I love that you can braid everything together to make the most perfect two-tone braid! For this look, what items do you recommend? The skin tones and styles of hair will pull off this color / I think choosing the right skin type tonal family will make this look really work! I picked a warm yellow and cool pastel mint here because with a hint of pink my model has very pale skin. Yellow is not easy to wear because with yellow undertones it can interfere with any skin tones! Nevertheless, the mint can go as good as it is toned with most skin tones. Also, lighter hair works for this, as in order to get this half and half look, it needs to be very light first. What’s your best tip to recreate / maintain this color / Recreate this look to pre-light the hair to palest yellow. Tone the yellow and then add explicit coloring in your favorite colors. It is preferred to keep this look cooler water and quick cleaning. When brushing, brush the hair straight down and try not to emulsify too much of your shampoo. If you can and condition the same, keep the sides separate! Goods that are sulphate-free will help keep your pastels and vivids much longer. Use an oil or leave-in solution to preserve the color before blowing. Switch all your warm devices down as well! The fire will burn off your color literally. Rainbow Braids


A with> RockIt Studio’s Elyse Rox owner in Schaumburg Il How would you characterize this look and what’s your favorite? For this look, what items do you recommend? I then pre-lit her hair to level 10 and followed a procedure with Olaplex. For this color I used all the Pulp Riot. For this feel, I custom mixed the orange and also used water jam and velvet. I blurred the color on some pieces to the ends. Both my style colors are always applied to Olaplex 2. It helps to loosen the ties so that the color is better attached. What skin tones and types of hair can pull off this color / My client has very thin hair on the photo, but you wouldn’t know! Sometimes, she grows an undercut that I call the hair muff. I believe these colors would only be pulled by fair skinned people, but anybody can really get a personalized mix to match their skin tone. What’s your best tip to recreate / maintain this color?This look is called my favorite new style, unicorn hair or mermaid skin. I love how bright and enjoyable it is and the infinite color mixing possibilities. I love pastels in particular because they look soft and whimsical. For this look, what items do you recommend? To preserve this colour, I recommend a sulfate-free shampoo. Using cool water and rinse immediately after you wash your hair to prevent staining your clothing. I always recommend a good dry shampoo that gives you the extra days between the washes. The skin tones and styles of hair will pull off this color / Light brown to blonde hair is the perfect hair for these types of colors. Before the pastels are applied, the hair must be pre-lit to pale blonde. Naturally light hairy customers are best pulling this color off and will not look washed out. Customers with darker hair may need more than one session to get enough light for pastel colors. Please wash with cold water and a sulfate-free shampoo is the best way to preserve this color. When necessary, do not wash your hair every day. Vivid colors fade faster than natural colors, so I suggest an appointment with your stylist for four to six weeks to keep colors fresh.

Fun Underlayer on Dark Hair

Fun Underlayer on Dark Hair


What ash black hair wants is a stunning crimped pad. It’s really dark and thrilling. Vivid Rainbow Shades


A vivid look that makes it worth all the work in the chair.


The harmony of these colors reminds you of the fact that there are unicorns!

Mermaid’s bright hairVivid Denver Expert How would you describe this look and what’s your favorite? I name this Rainbow Hidden look. It is a light colored rainbow under a bright coral veil. My favorite thing about this color is that you can get different color variations depending on how you style it! For a more colorful feel, wear it down and straight or place it in a top knot to show off the beautiful rainbow! For this look, what items do you recommend? For fullness and shine, I suggest Oribe Dry Shine Spray and finish off the curls with Oribe Matte Waves Lotion. I recommend a moderate to fair skin tone for the lighter pastel colors in this look. What’s your best tip to recreate / maintain this color/ To achieve this look, I’d lighten the hair to level 10 and then segment the top of the hair with a star pattern around the edge. The sections below are taken vertically from the front of the ear and six parts are formed. Make sure the colors are kept separate to keep them from bleeding together. To preserve this color, I suggest to wash with a color-safe shampoo and conditioner once or twice a week in cold water.


A with Master Stylist How are you going to describe this look and what is your favorite? This look is referred to as underlights. It’s a perfect way for people without a huge commitment to bring vivid colors into their lives. Like my client, you can go subtle or bold here. Leaving the natural hair color on top prevents the regeneration and fading which happens in vivid color. Having two colors in one is my favorite thing about this look. I think it’s a double take for people! Everything looks ordinary until you see underneath the bright colors. A strong sulfate-free shampoo and a dry shampoo are the things I use for vivid colors. When you have colorful skin, these are the essential things. They begin to fade as soon as you wash them. The less you’re better at drying them. That’s where it starts in the dry shampoo! I love the shampoo Ag’s Color Savour. It’s a shampoo that’s sulfate free and salt free. Sulfates and tough salts can very easily strip any color. I recommend dry shampoo from Amika Perk Up for the time between washing. That skin tones and styles of hair will pull this color off / The best thing about this look is that it is for that skin tone. Your stylist can create endless possibilities by mixing different colors together to customize a look for you alone. When you’re doing vivid colors, it’s best if you have natural hair or a light hair color. To achieve these types of colors, the hair must first be lightened to a pale blonde. What’s your best tip to recreate / maintain this color/

Pretty Ombre on Long Hair


How lucky are you to get all the sunset colors in your hair? Colorist Amanda has done a wonderful job with this one!For this look, what products would you recommend? Kenra transparent lightener Matrix bond protection was the items used for this look. Kenra Guy Tang 7Vm to shadow root and pastel / vivid tones from Pravana and Joico (lavender light violet rose apricot blue). I used all items from Kevin Murphy for styling. I used the mousse size Young Again Oil Body Builder Staying Alive leave-in spray and the spray Beauty Resort to keep the curls. What skin tones and hair types can pull this color off / All this depends on lifestyle and level of comfort. For example, this model has fine / dense European hair. She came to me with 35 inches of new color so it was much easier to process this color service than someone in their hair with established color. What’s your best tip for recreating / maintaining this color/ To retain a color like this you want to make sure you only wash your hair once a week with a shampoo and conditioner color and cool water. Hold all warm equipment below 300 degrees, otherwise the direct dye can be oxidized out of the skin. Highlights

Muted down rainbow colors perform as well as any other color of hair. Wear this pride wherever you go! Latest-Hair Colors Hair Type All Trends

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