This perfectly blended look begins with beautiful, dark brown roots and subtly fades into a combination of blonde and brunette pieces of varying tones, creating depth, dimension and drama with ease.
When not working behind the chair at The Parlour in Portland, Pravana Platform Artist and Artistic Educator Presley Poe is on the road educating, putting her 17 years of accumulated knowledge to good work. Always striving to bring the most perfected techniques, she teaches other pros how to create today’s in-demand color trends for hair using Pravana’s multi-faceted color line.
Cruise through a specialized sampling of haircolor ideas, tips, trends, expert advice, and color care.
As we move into autumn, we are seeing colors and techniques transition into deeper romantic and sophisticated shades. The ever so popular rose gold shades of summer are deepening and intensifying into rosy copper hues with accents of plums, violets and magenta. Auburn will be red hot this winter, seeing coppers and light chocolates blending for that perfect autumnal color choice that’s seductive and a real head turner.
Alan Benfield Bush is one of the most recognized educators and motivational speakers in the professional salon industry. He has received many awards for his systematic educational presentations and formula-based teaching methods. Bush is best known for his educational systems and was names famous protégé of Vidal Sassoon’s. He has been a specialized educational consultant for Paul Mitchell and many more haircare companies. His primary focus remains to empower and enrich the lives and hearts of hair design engineers using his advanced education techniques. Bush remains sincerely dedicated to help hairstylists improve their artistic skills and business acumen.
Are you confused about the difference between balayage and foiled highlights? Not sure what the difference is, what the benefits are and why you’d go for one over the other? Read on as we highlight (pun intended) the answers for you.
Rainbow hair isn’t just for blondes! With the oil slick hair trend, even dark-haired beauties can rock the look without having to do extreme lightening from roots to ends.
Oil slick got its name from the iridescent, intertwined rainbow shades found in spilled oil. The look, with its dark base and less-extensive required lightening, is an ideal technique for brunettes.