Ice Cream Color Melting, Matrix

This hair staining gives the effect of “a melting ice cream.” It is a very smooth and melting transition of color. One shade flows into another. It looks very natural as if you have such hair from birth. And it looks equally good both with natural tones and with creative ones like pink and green.

“In this style, we can use every color solution,” explains the art partner of Matrix Veronica Safin. – Color Melting means a special color technique of applying the dye: we alternate shades, we introduce one into another, we put them together in one strand, etc. We create like artists! The result is multifaceted. It fits both brunettes and blondes. To consolidate the result, I usually advise to make professional care: it smoothes out the scales and nourishes porous hair. ”

Strobing, Londa Professional

As long as we decided to use strobing in make-up, this technique switched to hair. It works with dark and light colors and gives expressiveness to hair, highlights virtues and hides shortcomings. “Strobing allows you to place light hair accents in a particular order, adding color or adjusting the shape of the face,” says top stylist and trainer of Park By Osipchuk and Londa Professional coach Vitaly Pashenko. – This technique allows us to create the correct form of haircuts and hair color individually for each person. “Only stylist can choose a styling option and quiet hair dryer,” Vitaly notes, “as this requires personalized consultation with the client.” There are many options: for example, muted accents at eye level and cheekbones will create the effect of soft strobing, when brighter and asymmetric accents make your look contrast.

Blond Shading, L’Oréal Professional

The option of staining for blondes and those who want to join the “white side.” “Blonde shading is a shade blurring in the root zone and full lightening of the hair,” says the founder of the staining technique, stylist L’Oréal Professionnel Matteo Pasinato. “This technique creates a smooth transition from the base shade to light strands.” To get a soft contrast between the basal zone and the length stylists stain the roots in slightly darker color than the rest of hair. The main task of blonde shading is to make the transition of the color so blurry that everything looks delicately and harmoniously, but not as if you have grown roots. “This technique will bring light accents to your hair,” says Matteo, “and the most remarkable is that this soft contrast is very easy to maintain.” Such a blond will last at least six months! The palette is dominated by light shades, but there are also brown ones.