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Elumen Play by Rebecca Hiele & Nick Pagano

Tuesday, 05 November 2019 09:32

Goldwell's Elumen Play color collection was inspired by the graphic bright patterns and modern fabric prints that are retro but fresh and modern simultaneously. 

The palette of Elumen Play colors merge from Ocean Blue, Coral, Rose, Lemon, Mint and Sky Blue-Lavender. The hair was finished to create a touchable luxurious feel with soft movement and incredible shine that allows this color story to truly glow!

  • Credits
    Lead Color: Rebeca Hiele and Nick Pagano.
    Color Support Team: Steven Picciano, Zachary Jaird, Stella Livoti, Odete DaSilva
    Makeup: Cheryl Esposito and Doria Tremente
    Photo: David Arnal
    Produced by Sergi Bancells for Estetica Magazine
  • Elumen Play by Rebecca Hiele & Nick Pagano



  • Elumen Play by Rebecca Hiele & Nick Pagano



  • Elumen Play by Rebecca Hiele & Nick Pagano



  • Elumen Play by Rebecca Hiele & Nick Pagano



  • Elumen Play by Rebecca Hiele & Nick Pagano



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