Nontouring with Wella Professionals

Natasha Wella Professionals

Trend alert!
Wella Professionals predicts nontouring will be the biggest colour trend this Autumn and we can see why.
If you’re wondering what exactly nontouring is, look no further! We’ve been speaking to the professionals who say the technique allows for ‘statement styles to be softened’. Nontouring works with the the lines of the hair style, mellowing the colours to make even the most daring cut look flattering and wearable – without compromising on its edginess.
We predict the Chroma Nontouring technique is gonna be big this Autumn thanks to its “harmonised yet multi-dimensional” effect. Pure Chroma’s palette is based on two primary colours: a bold red, a deep blue and the use of black. To put it simply, new colour tones are achieved by adding darker colours such as grey or black into the hair. The result? Beautiful light reflecting hair with subtle colour dimensions. We’re sure your clients will love this trend especially for creating those Icy Blondes and Brick Reds.   
The colour results are rich, beautifully dimensional and harmonised. We love it, and we’re sure your clients will, too. Especially those with shorter hair where Nontouring really excentuates the cut and styling.

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