We’re always interested to speak to hairdressing experts and get their advice and insight into product performance. This week we caught up with Tracy Hayes, Fudge’s global head of technical training to find out her thoughts on the temporary hair colour trend:
Are we able to offer temporary colours for darker-haired clients more easily than before?
Technology is always moving forward, and colour pigments in temporary sprays are stronger and can be successfully applied to darker hair for one wash spray applications. However, the darker the hair the less intense the shade will appear, the lighter the hair the more intense. There are many to choose from on the market, and it would really be a case of shopping around to find out what suits your hair type best.
Which colours would you recommend darker-haired clients who would rather avoid pre-lightening and bleaching?
There are already many permanent hair colourants on the market that will achieve strong
red,copper or violet tones on darker bases without bleaching. A good example is Fudge’s Headpaint OZ Rock Reds. I’m certain it’s the dream of all manufacturers to come up with permanent ‘fantasy colours’ without bleaching…who knows what technology the future will bring.
Would you recommend these temporary colours for at home or in the salon?
I would recommend these options as retail for clients to take home. Offering in salon may have the effect of cannibalising the other colour services offered.
So there you have it. The future of temporary and crazy hair colours is bright and we can’t wait to see what comes to the table from our favourite brands soon.
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