Across the globe, colourists are constantly inspired by TIGI Copyright ©olour – this season again, TIGI Copyright ©olour has identified the latest in hair colour trends and techniques… discover them!
The NEW head-turning, addictive rich antique gold, vintage rose-gold and chocolate suede shades from TIGI Copyright ©olour exude luxury bringing an opulent extravagance to the new season’s colours. The 3 permanent shades and 5 ammonia-free demi-permanent gloss shades are ideal for creating the rich, deep colour clients are craving. Along with the introduction of these shades, TIGI has also developed new colour techniques: Contour Lightening and Diffused Silhouette.
“The colour palette for this autumn and winter is rich, deep and complex, and we’re using techniques like Diffused Silhouette to give the face a flattering contouring effect. I’m excited about these new shades because they’re completely on-trend for both creative and fundamental applications,” says Christel Lundqvist, TIGI Global Technical Creative Director.
The 3 NEW creative shades are developed in a permanent base and offer 4 levels of lift. Excellent for blending high percentages of non-pigmented hair, these colours are perfect for increased coverage when mixed with ¼ of the corresponding neutral or natural shades.
Within TIGI copyright©olour gloss there are 5 NEW ammonia-free shades, developed in a demi-permanent base. These shades are perfect for refreshing corresponding TIGI copyright©olour creative shades through the lengths and ends, as well as toning pre-lightened hair. The gloss shades will also lift up to 1 level when used with 20vol/6% activator. They are the perfect way to introduce clients to low-commitment colour with a service that is bound to leave them delighted and coming back for more.
“This launch is a fantastic addition to the portfolio that will help women stay ahead of the fashion curve. Like all TIGI copyright©olour shades, they are 100% intermixable and offer colourists unlimited creative opportunities for personalized colour services,” says Lundqvist.