Chroma ID is doing bits when it comes to keeping hair colours looking fresh. So well infact; that Schwarzkopf Professional are bringing us two brand new Chroma ID colours.
The Bonding Colour Mask currently holds a range of 13 different tones. Perfect for a low-commitment colour, to refresh mid-lengths when they start to look dull or to enhance the longevity of your colour. We are looking forward to welcoming a grey tone and black tone this September to add even more customisations to the already extensive range.
Tim Scott-Wright, award winning hairdresser and Schwarzkopf Pro ambassador says “Chroma ID is a fantastic colour range that has made an incredible range of shades accessible to hairdressers whilst providing ultimate care for our clients hair whilst we colour and tone. Adding a grey tone and a black tone will such a welcomed addition to the portfolio, the grey tone will be fantastic for the current on trend silver tones we’re seeing a lot of in the salon. This would normally be a high maintenance tone but thanks to the grey Bonding Colour Mask clients will be able to maintain a salon-fresh colour. It’ll also be great for knocking out any warmth and neutralising darker hair tones. The black will be fantastic for those darker level brunettes to add real shine and gloss and good as an intermixable tone to dull down any bright shades giving us even more choice.”
It doesn’t stop there…
Schwarzkopf Professional will be adding four new at home Bonding Colour Masks to the line-up; these will allow clients to maintain their colour at home. Clients will be able to choose from soft rose, milk chocolate, lavender, and light grey.
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