Thursday, March 1, 2007

















Clients often comment that hair coloring is very similar to the art of painting. I agree; however, the advantage that a painter is given is the ability to continuously add color, and some colorist are not given the same liberty due to the constraints of scheduling and high volume of clientele. I personally like to incorporate a "painter's frame of mind" into my coloring. I like to work with my clients to achieve their desired look. As I have done with this color. She was a platinum blonde for some time and kicked open the salon door begging for a change. She came to me with a strong idea of what she had in mind, and we worked together to custom blend her color. I used 3 to 4 shades from the Alfaparf Semi-Permanent line (an Italian color line that adds great shine to color).

2 comments:

Stephen said...

I love the picture of you and love what you have done for my hair over the past three years. Thanks for including me and keeping me young and beautiful!

Stacy said...

I love that color..just beautiful