What’s new this year in haircolor industry
Sombre, bronde, broux, Blinger and you!
You are still fearful you are hesitant to make the switch: swap his reassuring brown for a new and unusual blond. Ludovic our expert colorist fiber will help you understand the differences between Sombre, Bronde, Broux, Blinger and you !
What is it? The history of the brunette who wanted to go blonde … Frederik Mennetrier and Ludovic are categorical: « It is not a technique, it’s a style. In reality, we finally put a name to this movement of enlightenment not so recent as that. « Clearly, this is not really radical change: we talk about solar shades sunburn in lengths, material wicks lit with golden reflections … Think J.Lo, Olivia Palermo or Jessica Alba. The secret to success this color effect: « It is necessary that the report be ultranaturel. Not to barcode scans: one favors, lounge, the perfect dosage: vertical application + horizontal installation « . A superposition of coloring techniques which all good.
It is good if: you want to boost their dull brown and ensure a sunkissed effect without going through the beach hut.
% Chance to spend the winter: 80%, because even if the name is new, the technique remains basic.
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Sombre (soft ombre)
: What is it? The softer alternative of ombre. We knew shaded technique that mixes colo third base, middle 1/3, 1/3 clear renamed « tie & dye ». Well the fallen, or soft-shadow is his little sister, his softer version, more diffuse, more subtle and less pronounced. More natural, therefore, the sinking is obtained -In the colorist huh, no way to get started at home – by injecting intermediate shades in classic shadowed. Capillary Review: a very nice transition, perceptible just right, between light and dark shades.
For who? Those who find the tie & dye lived in 2013, but who like the shadow effect, and that, basically, expecting a new proposal a little more pointed.
It is good if: there is a flipped the colo and we are afraid of changes too radical. The advantage of this is that sank match on every head and every style.
% Chance to spend the winter: 99.9%.
What is it? The strawberry blonde of 2014, of ‘blond contraction « and » ginger « (ginger English). The result ? « An effect in dense roots, doped on the first centimeters by a color and caramelized, about lengths, a golden veil copper infused directly into the blonde ». In short, the Venetian least cheap and chic.
For whom? All those who would like to change, but not too much. Or who dream of more or less look like Julianne Moore.
It is good if: was clear and nickel skin. « However, it is not recommended for dyed too rosy, because it chromatically agrees poorly ».
% Chance to spend the winter: 33%. According to Frédéric Mennetrier blondes not fond of red. « They are tempted, the benefit for one season and end up returning to the blonde, real ».
WHAT IS: It is a way to play with colors. If they want to remain dark while injecting relief to their hair, I advise them « broux » (red + brown), and opt for light shades, red or copper, which energize and highlight the character of a cut, while being ultra-feminine. «
For who? For women with very dark hair, brown to black,
It is good if: For dyed clear mandatory
% Chance to spend the winter: 50% is a difficult color to wear, your personality will help you take your choice.
BROUX: Equation for our hair color = red brown
The broux, staining that spices up the ‘Fall
To look as the roots are darker than the tips: always horizontally, changing from brown or brown to copper or red highlights. Please note, we do not mean neglected roots. The broux must be worked if it can quickly turn into grunge look.
The advantages of broux
In autumn-winter, make the choice of mixing brown and red color is making the choice of modernity while remaining feminine. It allows women to naturally very dark hair playing with colors. For Frédéric Mennetrier the broux is coloring trend that is ideal for short cuts, the famous « Pixie ».