An era of healthier, more realistic hair colour is on the horizon and the current change in season gives us a great opportunity to take advantage of the faded shades left behind by the quelling summer sun. Now is the time to explore and try something new.
Colour is one of the most exciting hair goals and beautiful colour exists when the correct preparation has been adhered to and the hair is at is best. With the latest additive of “Bond” into our Matrix colours, semi, demi colour, non-ammonia, and permanent colour there is no limitation to the result promising both brightness and boldness, shine and healthy locks.
We at Salon Maggie G Coolangatta advocate that making time for our guest’s consultation is key. What might look fabulous on one person’s skin colour is not guaranteed to suit another.
Certainly, if the hair is frazzled and struggling the process of repair is essential and a series of in salon conditioning protocols and home regimes will be necessary and designed specifically for the individual.
Let’s use our imagination to adjust and have some fun with a few easy tweaks. From last summer’s biggest challenges of Icey blonde or platinum blonde, warmer blonde tones are all the rage. A cool blonde to a strawberry blonde, your jaw will probably drop to the floor. Warm blond? Another option: – if you’re thinking to drop a shade or two darker, choose something soft for the transition such a soft pale golden hue, or shades of topaz.
A Bold Approach.
As we journey on into the winter months, strong and bold explosions of colour can be an uplifting and fun way to offset and add excitement to the often-muted winter fabrics and fashion. Deep rich burgundy, Vibrant Plum and red-hot chilli can be achieved with semi-permanent were Bright coppers and double titian excites the permanent colour palette.
Subtle hues are also beautiful. Reflections or reflects of the bolder colours are very doable. Take a softer version of burgundy by mixing into a base brown and see the tinge of warm wood brown. Another suggestion a tiny speck of copper to create a soft golden show of light, all you must do is decide on the level of darkness or lightness you want your hair to be. Grey is having a time presently and subtle feature pieces such as a money piece can also be a way to add interest as well as shine and lustre.
So, if you’re looking for a change of colour this season and some fresh ideas, give as a call and book an appointment at Salon Maggie G