We’ve taken a look at the Schwarzkopf Professional Essential Looks collection and we’re feeling inspired. This collaboration collection by SKP’s Global Ambassadors, is made up of three stories. We’re excited to kick things off with E-phoria – a celebration of futurism and a re-energised human connection.
It’s a new dawn, it’s a new day and E-phoria is all about introducing humanity into the world of technology to build a better future. In a bold palette of elemental red and glowing metallics, we see cuts for the individual and styling for self-expressionists.
Cut & Colour – Creative Experimentalists, X-presion (@xpresioncreativos)
E-Phoria Catwalk Look – Sun-Lee
This long and striking cut brings that ‘70s free-spirited vibe, with rounded heavy sides and a shaped fringe cut into disconnected lengths. The colour showcases a bold palette of elemental reds and magnetic copper applied using the #candlecolour technique; it starts with a salsa red base that’s contrasted with exciting lava reds and energising coppers on the fringe.
“With the amazing IGORA ROYAL mixes inspired by PANTONE we created the #candlecolor technique that uses just four foils for a trick of the eye with vibrant results.” – Creative Experimentalists, X-presion
E-Phoria Salon Look – Mariama
Together the colour and cut have been designed to highlight and combine modernity with expressive violets that come alive through architectural shaping and clean lines that create an intriguing, dramatic and futuristic look
“We really enjoyed translating the E-phoria trend into the hair, bringing back reds, purples and vibrant coppers into the trend scene.” – Creative Experimentalists, X-presion
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