Pastel Perfection: This Year’s Hottest Colour Trend
15 March, 2017 - by firstname.lastname@example.org
#DonewithDavines... ❤️🌱#Repost @davinescolor @davinesnorthamerica ・・・ #Davines🎨 by Melissa! 🍑#Repost @melissalikeshair ・・・ Peachy keen 🍑 • • • Formula; after prelightening hair to a level 9, apply #maskwithvibrachrom 20g 9,11 + 2g 2,21 + 5 volume on zone one, blend it into zone 2 slightly. Apply a new color pure color 1 part orange + 1 part violet + 2 parts 000 + cream base and 5 volume developer to zone 3 and blend upwards into previous mixture. Process for 8 minutes. #davinescolor #davinesformula #davinesnorthamerica #fiidnt @davinescolor
It’s a whole New Year, and with a New Year comes new trends and styles that’ll make the inner style chameleon in you rejoice!
Pastel hair is gradually making a comeback into the hair and fashion world, with celebrities and models alike rocking this seemingly effortless and easily changeable style.
When Gigi Hadid posted her new Rose Gold locks onto instagram recently, social media went into overdrive, and so began this seasons hottest trend with; pastel greens, blues, pinks and violets all making their comeback.
A New Colour by Davines boasts their pure tones which as well as being Ammonia free enable us to create infinite colours from vibrant to pastel shades
A New Colour from Davines is perfect for a quick colour refresh to brighten your locks and be on trend this season. Mixed with an ammonia free colour cream and enriched with melanin for strong anti-oxidant action, A New Colour allows the creation of intense and bright coloured hair tones, but can also be used to create pastel tones on pre-lighted and bleached hair. Using A New Colour to create a pastel result normally lasts in the hair between 2-4 washes, which although might not seem very long, can be prolonged by using certain conditioners on the hair. For those wanting to go for rose gold or pastel pinks, Davines’ Alchemic Red Conditioner can help prolong the colours’ shade. The length A New Colour lasts also helps to prevent colour build up, and also means you can try different shades without having to go through the hassle of getting rid of the previous colour.