Update your look with multidimensional colour
Searching for a subtle way to transform your look? The lastest colour trend in top notch salons is 'tortoiseshel'l. Golden blonde, chestnut, mahogany, chocolate brown and honey tones all present together, painted on free-hand rather than with foils to accurately highlight your and maximise your best bits.
Softer and more natural than the recent ombré trend it starts from the root framing the face rather than starting from mid section and drawing the eye down.
Created by London colourist to the stars, Jack Howard who is famed for bringing this innovative balayage/ecaille technique to the UK, it's fast becoming to go to shade for stylish women.
Sarah Jessica Parker, Gisele Bundchen and Jessica Biel are early adopters of this expensive looking multidimensional colour which has prompted a salon stampede.
We all know that a glossy head of freshly coloured hair has the ability to boost our confidence and in some cases completely change our look, but did you know that selecting colour based solely on your skintone and face shape can knock years off and define your favourite features?
This clever technique coined 'Colour Contouring' by Marc Trinder, Art Team Director at Charles Worthington, empolys light and dark tones to create shadows and depth in different areas of the face to subtly change its shape and dramatically enhance your best bits. In a similar fashion to make-up contouring, this bespoke service has been secretly providing the A-list with chiselled cheekbones and defined jawlines for decades.
There are five face shape categories; round, heart, square, oblong and oval, with oval being the face shape equivalent to the hourglass figure. If you fall into any of the other categories don't fret, Marc has devised easy to digest diagrams so you know exactly where you should be applying light and dark shades to enhance your facial structure.
Follow our expert guide to find the right hair colour to flatter your face shape and step out of the salon with a whole new look - today!
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