‘Most Innovative Hair Look’ winners

Another day, another 24h challenge successfully done. And we have 3 winners again! Because we like spoiling you! This time, we asked you to share with us your most innovative hair look. Picking winners hasn’t been tougher, to be honest. But we had to, so…there you are! The innovators:

  1. Nathan Klein with a Multicoloured Mullet (@createdbyklein)
  2. Jeseca Mcmahon with a Black & White Mullet (@jesdoeshair_)
  3. Casey Coleman with his ‘Sound Wave’ Long Bob (@caseyc_hair)

Enjoy the looks below plus a few words from the creators…

”When cutting the hair I used the round layer technique to create texture throughout the internal area of the hair, whilst allowing softness around the perimeter of the hair. I did this by sectioning the hair in a profile section and radial. When taking the length at the back I took sections in pivoting radial whilst point cutting to create texture and softness. When cutting I elevated to 90 degrees point cutting. Once I was happy with the end result of the shape I twist cut/sliced the hair to add more dimension to the cut. To create the Mulled Grape Pantone colour I used Wella Colour Fresh Create Pure Violet taking a sliced panel of the fringe to create a bold statement. I then used Future Yellow at the back to create the desired Pantone Vibrant Yellow. ” Nathan Klein

 

 ”First I started off by parting the two colours and neatening the line up, I applied Osmo Ikon 1.1 on the black side to help kill any warmth from the brown trying to come through, I always apply the darker side first as then that side is completely out of the way. I then went onto the blonde side and we didn’t want to use any bleach to further compromise the hair or risk any overlapping from the home bleach, so I used Osmo Ikon 12.19 on the root then pulled it through the ends to clean up the blonde for the last 10 minutes. After washing the colour off I then went onto styling with Osmo’s Blowdry Potion, Power Powder and their Extra Firm hairspray to achieve the styled look.” Jeseca Mcmahon

 

 

”Start by determining where you want the ‘sound wave’ to sit. Once you’ve determined where you’d like it to sit, taking sections back, use your colouring brush to measure your sections. Starting with your global colour, paint 4 sections down, then paint 1 section with your ‘sound wave’ colour, then the remainder with your global colour. Paint 3 sections down with your global, then 2 sections with your sound wave colour, then remainder with your global. The next section will be 4 sections down, then 2 sections with your ‘sound wave’ colour, then the remainder global. Repeat this pattern until you’re happy with the position of your sound wave. If you want to add an extra feature, the very last section, only use your sound wave colour to create a money piece.” Casey Coleman

 

 

Winners will get the prize of a Crazy color starter kit each! Thanks, Crazy color!

More challenges to come, keep an eye on our Instagram, guys…

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