Get the Look with Goldsworthy | Colour Memo

May 23, 2024


Tom Smith, evo hair
Creative Colour Director

Colour this spring has been intensely rich, luxurious and glamorous, oozing shine and vitality. As cowgirl copper slowly gives way to bolder tones of true red, spring has firmly set the foundations for summer being the season of the brunette, with multiple tones of taupe, mushroom and burgundy offering a plethora of inspiration for those yearning for the deeper shades.

This summer, I also plan on using a lot of semi-permanent colour to give my clients ‘two colours for the price of one’ – for example, offering a wash of colour after the blonding work of a client’s regular highlighting appointment. This could be a semi-permanent wash of pink, peach, gold or copper – whatever the shade, as long as you use the correct product, this will gently wash off the hair to let their blonde shine back through! In this way, clients are receiving their regular highlight appointment to refresh their blonde, but with an added temporary wash of colour to enjoy for the first couple of weeks. To me, evo fab pro is the gold standard for this concept, as it’s designed to be totally customisable and fade out perfectly from the hair.

Get the Look with Goldsworthy’s

The Pantone Colour of the Year, Peach Fuzz, is a soft, feminine colour that is a current favourite for many colourists. Lucy Boodell from Goldsworthy’s Cirencester explains how she recreated the colour for this look.

  • Using diagonal sections in line with the hairline, take chunky weaves and apply L’Oréal Professionnel Blond Studio Multi Techniques Powder with 20vol in foils. Be bold! The wider your weave, the more impact the highlights will create.
  • Apply your global colour around these foils, the formula for this look was L’Oréal Professionnel Majirel 7.3 + 7.4 + 7.35 with 20vol.
  • Once developed and removed, apply your peach toner. For this look, the formula was L’Oréal Professionnel Dia Light 9 + 8.34. The more copper you add into the mix, the more vibrant the tone will be. For a true ‘soft peach’, try a quarter copper shade to three quarters base shade.


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“This look was all about transforming a classic blonde bob to a trend-leading look, inspiring clients to show off their personalities with this cool colour!

Once I had reached my desired blonde, I took a star- shaped section over the crown to create a blonde veil, before using this even canvas for the metallic pink. I created the pink with Revlon Professional Color Excel 15ml 9.2, 10ml 9.12 and 5ml pink mix tone.

For the final touches, I used a deep amethyst for the root and edge framing, this not only accentuated the cut, but also added depth and dimension to the finished look. ”

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