Have you ever wondered what makes hair color fade so quickly and what can be done about it? According to Candice Whitman, a Redken Certified Colorist at Elle & Elle Salon in Peoria, Illinois, hair color fades for two reasons: either the color didn’t penetrate the hair properly, or something allows it to escape.
Are you a better blonde than a brunette? Is red really right for you? We surveyed 50 women who have proudly sported color from both ends of the spectrum and asked how they were treated by others and, more importantly, how they felt wearing each color. Some of the answers were surprising. Here are some of the top responses.
Lisa Whiteman, an award-winning hairdresser, and expert colorist, discusses upcoming color trends for fall and winter 2017. An award-winning hairdressing and expert colorist with over 30 years of experience, Lisa is an International Goldwell Artist and U.K. Ambassador for Goldwell. She is also the co-owner of the Mayfair salon, Webster Whiteman in London.
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.
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.