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Styles and Trends 2017
Seasonally you will find a Style Update from us to you. We hope you enjoy!
 
Grey Blonde
Grey Blonde
The biggest problem for women is gray hair and they are still struggling against aging. Hair coloring is the only way to hide gray strands. Stop fighting against gray hair! Gray hair is the new blonde. 2016 hair color and hairstyle trends include numerous fantastic gray hairstyles that look even more eye catching than blonde or any other innovative color. If you just check out newest looks from Celebville or catwalk you will find numerous inspirational images. If you already have gray hair you can get brand new and ultra-modern look by coloring hair gray. CHI has amazing lighteners with toners built in. Book a consult to see if this is a good option for you.
Color of the Year : Rose Quartz and Serenity
Color of the Year : Rose Quartz and Serenity
Whether in soft or hard surface material, the pairing of Rose Quartz & Serenity brings calm and relaxation. Joins easily with midtones, including greens and purples and rich browns and all shades of yellow and pink. Add silver or hot and bright for more splash and sparkle.
Color Melting Piggybacking off tiger eye balayage, Tyler Colton, a stylist who works with Roselyn Sanchez and Constance Wu, says that color melting will continue to thrive this year. "Color melting is the new trend that allows colorists to use multiple tones of color to create seamless color from root to ends, whether you are a brunette or a blonde," he says.
Color Melting Piggybacking off tiger eye balayage, Tyler Colton, a stylist who works with Roselyn Sanchez and Constance Wu, says that color melting will continue to thrive this year. "Color melting is the new trend that allows colorists to use multiple tones of color to create seamless color from root to ends, whether you are a brunette or a blonde," he says.
Balayage Isn't Going Anywhere  "The balayage technique continues to grow in popularity by creating different varieties of it," says Abby Haliti, senior colorist and balayage expert at the Julien Farel salon in New York City who also works with Olivia Palermo. "It's a great option for newbies and it doesn’t require the insane upkeep of coloring all of your strands."
Balayage Isn't Going Anywhere "The balayage technique continues to grow in popularity by creating different varieties of it," says Abby Haliti, senior colorist and balayage expert at the Julien Farel salon in New York City who also works with Olivia Palermo. "It's a great option for newbies and it doesn’t require the insane upkeep of coloring all of your strands."