Ombre? Balayage? Which Popular Haircolor Technique Should You Try Next?
Created by Redken Brand Ambassador and texture expert Jamal Edmonds, the Curlyage technique is an alternative take on the Balayage technique that creates soft hair color results that can be customized by curl and texture type. This is a beautiful choice for curly and textured hair.
“This technique is different from classic balayage because you can customize it based on curl and texture type. You have to be mindful that the light will reflect differently on straight hair versus textured hair, which makes customized placement of the lightener so important. Curlyage is unique because of the customized placement and focus on protecting the integrity of the curls.”
The Redken Shades EQ hair gloss service uses demi-permanent haircolor and features the Shades EQ Equalizing Conditioning Color Gloss to condition hair and revive faded haircolor.
Since coloring your hair can take a toll on the appearance and health of your hair, consider adding a bond protecting service to your haircolor or lightening service. For example, Redken Acidic Bonding Concentrate will provide intense moisture and repair to color-treated hair.
And of course, once you get the haircolor you’ve been wanting, focus on ways to maintain it. Make sure to use a color-safe sulfate free shampoo so you don’t wash your new haircolor down the drain. Redken Color Extend Magnetics Sulfate Free Shampoo gently cleanses the hair without stripping the scalp of essential oils or fading your new haircolor.
Now go off and embark on your next haircolor adventure. Cher Horowitz would be proud.