OCTOBER JUST GOT A WHOLE LOT ROSIER
This is our latest blooming campaign that is featured in this month’s Australian Vogue magazine.
I guess you could say that our inspiration derives from those plump velvety rich roses that you see in an established garden.
These roses are old worldly and rich in pastel pigments and far cry from today’s bright coloured manufactured roses.
Think here pink parfait, peach, sugar baby, bourbon, mint, blue silk, antique lavender, and whipped cream just to name the very few hues we’re channeling.
Are you smelling the same rose garden we are now?
Our aim for this campaign and salon clients was playing with our colour palates, and really watering down the strength the colour pigments.
The word “diluted” is definitely our holly grail here and not thinking like your wanting to join the loud bright circus when it rolls into town.
Our mind set when a client is sitting at the colour bar and wants some kind of “difference” but, still something that is fashion forward and soft which is always our goal set and also working with each clients skin complexion to match.
We’ve had fun introducing these ultra-soft velvety pastels tones that, work beautifully from brunettes to blondes and coppers are just another scale of so much fun that can be had.
There really are no limits of how little or how much you want your new hues to highlight, as it all comes down to the placement of the application when the colour is painted on by the hair colourist.
The end result is if you restrict your hair into a sleek braid or clean ponytail your colour will look tame and quiet.
When you have your hair out and showcasing the length and thickness, your velvety rose shades will be at full maximum impact of what lays beneath.
Have a great month RAW fans and feel free to ask us any questions about your next rose shade.