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Hair Chiasso Stylist News
Hair Chiasso’s Amy Colvin was honored to be one of the stylists for the celebrity American Cross Red Dress Collection Feb 5, 2020. The charity event was held in New York city at Manhattan’s Hammerstein Ballroom. She had the pleasure of styling Madeline Stuart and her mother’s hair. Madeline is the world’s first supermodel with Downs Syndrome. To Read about this event, click here.
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New Product Alert
WHAT IS BLUE SHAMPOO AND WHY DO BRUNETTES NEED IT?
No matter which way you end up lightening your brown base, there’s a risk of ending up with unwanted brassiness. Bleaching brown hair exposes orange undertones, which ultimately can end up coming across as brassy, points out Dupuis. Your best bet for maintaining your new color is to incorporate a blue toning shampoo and conditioner into your product regimen (more on how it works in a minute).While blondes have had the option of using purple shampoo to combat unwanted yellowing for a while, the options for brunettes have been limited…until now. Meet the new Redken Color Extend Brownlights system.
WHAT DOES BLUE SHAMPOO DO?
The new Redken Color Extend Brownlights system is a color-depositing blue shampoo and conditioner duo that neutralizes undesired red and orange tones. Think back to the color wheel that hung on the wall of your elementary school art room. On this wheel, blue falls directly opposite orange, meaning that it will cancel out or neutralize the warmer orange.
HOW DO YOU USE BLUE SHAMPOO?
It can be used immediately after highlights, or on a weekly basis to keep your highlighted brown hair fresh and vibrant, says Dupuis. Your best bet? Talk with your colorist to see what he/she suggests is the best option for your particular color. Plus, even if you’re a brunette without highlights, you can use this system weekly to keep your natural color looking fresh.