Color Space™ focuses on superior product development, groundbreaking educational methods, and unparalleled precision in hair color.
Industry veterans Ray Civello and Lupe Voss founded a brand featuring ammonia and ammonia-free permanent color lines, powder lighteners, developers, a bonding & restructuring treatment, and an oxidization stopper cuticle sealant.
Cutting-edge scientific developments, an immersive education program and products specifically designed to generate better value for salon owners and professionals are what make up Color Space™: a brand that will fundamentally alter the way salons and their clients experience color.
An in-depth study by Professor Alessandro Rizzi at a leading Italian University identified numerous challenges faced by colorists every day, including a lack of benchmarks for color precision and a distorted perception of color due to poor lighting. This research proved to be fundamental in defining the Color Space™ mission.
Color Space™ is the first line to be introduced under Collective Beauty Brands, founded by Civello, which brings talented industry notables together to incubate meaningful brands. “We believe in doing business differently,” said Civello, “We are embracing a holistic approach, ranging from developing innovative offerings to looking at how we can help salons maximize their profitability. Weathering the challenging times of 2020, like never before the industry needs to band together and support each other in meaningful ways – a movement Color Space™ is excited to help influence.”
Vegan ammonia and ammonia-free permanent color lines and more, are all scientifically calibrated on a true color scale, allowing stylists and colorists to get the exact color they want every time, optimizing precision and inventory. “Color Space isn’t just a gorgeous product – it’s calculated and calibrated,” said Lupe Voss, Co-Founder of Color Space™. “The quality is truly unbeatable, and we are so excited to share this line with the stylist and colorist community.”
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