The Royal Glory Collection: Back to Classics

Ellie Henkel

Schwarzkopf Professional’s Essential Looks team continues the trend forecast for 2021 with their ‘Back to Classics’ collection. Brunette colour always looks sophisticated, however these looks showcase versatility. We are seeing ever so subtle colour making a huge impact.

Back to Classics Catwalk Look

A contemporary twist on the mop-top look, brought together with a family of contrasted colours. This classic short, yet sophisticated hair cut is modernised by the warmer caramel tones sitting against lilac tones.

“I always love to mix cool with warm shades.” says global colour ambassador, Lesley Jennison.

Cut: Tyler Johnston (@tylerjohnstonhair)  Colour: Lesley Jennison (@lesleyjennison)

Back to Classics Salon Look 1

Proof that long straight hair will always be sensational. The copper slices in-between the rich dark chocolate brown create a high-shine shimmer effect. A beautifully smooth and sleek look with depths of light and shade.

Cut: Tyler Johnston Colour: Randolph Gray (@randolphgray)

Back to Classics Salon Look 2

A shoulder length layered cut which has been beautifully blowdried to showcase the carefully placed colour. The bouncy movement and texture completely modernises this classic look.

“This look is a modern twist on colour melt, so you get gradations of cool to pink shades, for a seamless finish – the secret’s in the placement.” says Jack Howard, Schwarzkopf Professional’s partner.

Cut: Tyler Johnston Colour: Jack Howard (@jackhowardcolor)

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