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Highlight your Summer with ESTETICA’s Color Issue – Download it NOW for free!

Sunday, 07 June 2015 15:53

We know – salons are busy in the Summer. You have that salty water, the harsh UV rays, and ocean breeze all giving you extra work, porous hair and longer processes with clients.

That’s why we make sure that you have the best color combinations and inspiration to guide your inner colorist from working on a simple platinum to a colorist with skills that can go above and beyond with hints of pink and lavender.

Click here to get your free digital copy of our Color Issue!

Here you can find the stories of Wella’s professional top artists, Eric Lindsey and Michael Haase. You can also peek at the brightest trends of the season with aquamarine mermaid waves, cotton candy tops, interrupted rainbows, and even to greys with injections of color.

What can we say? We seem to be suffering a serious case of colorMANIA.

When somebody asks for color this month, there is only one thing that should come to mind: The ESTETICA USA Color Issue!

Our Color Issue heats things up a bit. Don’t miss out, subscribe to Estetica USA here!

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