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Colour Chart

1 SHADES OF AUTUMN
Balmain Paris Hair Couture is anticipating a season where clients are committed to reclaiming and celebrating their femininity. Couleurs Couture A/W 2021 is a plethora of 14 hero shades that extend across the blonde, brunette and red spectrum and include a host of tonal subtleties. New shades range from Light Ash Violet Blonde to Red Copper Brown.

2 GREY GOALS
Wella Professionals True Grey is a pigmented treatment for clients who want to embrace their silver or grey hair. It gives gorgeous tonal effects on naturally grey hair – there’s no lift, no permanency and the colour fades on tone. Either applied as an express treatment or a full or partial application, it’s perfect for clients who’ve moved away from global colour or highlights.

3 BLISSFUL BLONDE
Alfaparf’s Colour Wear Gloss Toner creates a seamless blonding experience. With 22 exclusive shades of the Arginine-based liquid toners, perfect toning results are ensured for a truly multidimensional blonde. The formula also contains an enhanced conditioning complex to repair the hair after bleaching.

4 NO MORE YELLOW
Say goodbye to unwanted yellow and orange tones with ASP System Blonde collection, which achieves a clean and bright blonde. The range includes both powder and crème lightener to lift and prevent yellow tones, along with anti-yellow shampoo and conditioners.
RRP from £5.25

5 EFFORTLESS ASH
JOICO’s LumiShine Ash series is a cool palette of permanent crème and demipermanent liquid shades to neutralize unwanted warm tones. The range includes seven shades to achieve those mushroom hues and cool tones, leaving healthy-looking hair.

6 COLOUR CATALYST
Enriched with a moisturising oil complex, Fudge Professional Catalyst Crème is a no lift developer which will help minimize damage to the hair. A selection of five developer strengths, Catalyst Crème will convert Fudge Professional Headpaint to a demi-permanent colour.
RRP from £8.00+VAT

7 NATURAL GLOSS
To create a luminous tone-on-tone colour that gradually fades away, L’Oréal Professionel Paris have brought out their new Dia Light colour range. Ideal to add a rich gloss for weakened or coloured hair, the range is launching five shades ranging from Very Light Blonde to Extra Burgundy Light Brown.

8 INTO A NEW DIMENSION
Introducing a new family of lightening opportunities in the form of Goldwell’s LightDimensions, which includes lifting performance of up to 9 levels. The product range includes SilkLift high performance, anti-yellow lighteners, and brightener, for a flawless lightening finish.

9 THE FULL PACKAGE
La Riche’s Directions Colour Kit comes in 46 shades, with everything you need to achieve vibrant colour results. The kits include 88ml of colour, mixing bowls with a matching tint brush, along with pre-colour and aftercare products to keep hair healthy.

10 BLONDE AND BOND
Combat colour damage with Redken Shades EQ Bonder Inside. Redken’s first range of demi-permanent, liquid toners with built-in bonder technology. features 12 blonde and bond toners, for all-in-one blonde with added strength and shine.

11 CLEAN BASE
OSMO’s IKON Colour Additives are highly concentrated pigments which deliver a clean base for colouring treatments. The range of four neutralising solutions remove unwanted tones during the lightening process.

This article appears in the September 2021 Issue of Hairdressers Journal

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This article appears in the September 2021 Issue of Hairdressers Journal