The third and final of Schwarzkopf Professionals A/W Essential Looks – Novel Comfort.
This trend is all about the quality, home comfort and self-acceptance in your ‘cosy cave’. A palette of organic earthy colours is showcased in effortless cuts, curls and multi-textural finishes to create soft and feminine looks that reflect self-love and that feel-good feeling.
Cut – Global Ambassador, Tyler Johnston
Colour – Global Colour Ambassador, Lesley Jennison
Novel Comfort Catwalk Look: Caroline
For the cut, hair is left long with layers and lengths designed to make the most of the colour placements.
“This cut is all about flow and texture, it’s effortless, really soft and feminine, with a bit of volume and lift.” –Global Ambassador, Tyler Johnston
For the colour, Lesley Jennison uses the #blushblurring technique with soft apricot tones that are combined with enticing shades of brown for an authentic and sophisticated look.
“With my ‘mixes’ it’s incredibly easy to create really beautiful, bespoke colours.” – Global Ambassador, Lesley Jennison
Novel Comfort Salon Look: Lexi
For the cut, Tyler worked with natural volume and rounded curls; cutting and moulding the hair into tactile shapes to create a modern shag cut and style.
“Whenever I work with hair, I treat it like a blank canvas.” – Global Ambassador, Tyler Johnston
The colour sees a palette of lush, rich and luxuriant chocolates melt together, crafted by Lesley Jennison and applied using the #blushblurring technique to create an elegant, timeless yet effortless look.
“I love these minky browns and velvety chocolates.” – Global Ambassador, Lesley Jennison
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