This lustrous peachy tone is a mix of dusky pink, soft copper, and vanilla blonde. The lightest colors circle around the crown, creating fullness and emphasizing the movement of the cut. Underneath, the deeper rosé tones give a vermillion shadow reminiscent of Peter Paul Reubens’s trademark red-contouring. Like a renaissance painting, this canvas achieves its luminescence by overlapping many transparent layers of color.Click through the steps below for instructions to achieving this look.
Step: Ask your stylist for a face-framing haircut with rounded graduation. This shape creates swingy movement in the exterior while building weight and soft volume on the interior.
Step: Request a mix of warm and cool strawberry and golden highlights on the interior of the cut with a dusky peach or light red base.
Step: At home, use color save shampoo and conditioner to maintain the vibrancy and dimension of the look. To style, apply styling whip from roots to ends and wrap dry your tresses with a paddle brush, pushing strands back and forth around the head to encourage the movement in the shape.