Very much the colour trend of the minute and extremely popular within salons. The fusion of pale pinks and warm blondes creates an almost iridescent sparkle to the hair that looks luxurious and expensive.
A technique designed for face-framing placement. Very fine veils of hair are lightened in a delicate way which are barely there but just enough to give that subtle glow around the face, replicating a look as though you’ve just stepped out of the sun.
Bespoke colour placement applied freehand to give a truly natural look to the colour result. Quite often used in varying shades of blonde but can used with neutral mocha tones on darker hair shades.
Similar to balayage as it’s a freehand application, but the colours are placed in pockets and allowed to fuse into each other around the edges to create a marble-like effect. Colour palettes are subtly different and look great on darker base colours.
This technique is the new wave of ombré where colours are applied down the hair and allowed to melt into one another for a seamless effect, often from dark to light, although this can be reversed especially when working with pastel shades. It’s perfect on lighter bases and blondes.
Silver whites and dove greys are still a commonly-requested colour look and this technique brings a twist creating a darker perimeter with lighter sparkling top sections, making the hair look thicker and multi-dimensional.