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June 18, 2024

Apricot: Hot or Not? | Rory Antonio

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Apricot is such a stunning summer shade for 2024. The warm but playful hues are great for blondes that want to go darker, but also for darker- haired clients that want to go lighter! It’s a really good transition colour for people wanting to test out new ventures whilst still remaining on trend.

Product wise, it’s got to be MARIA NILA TRUE SOFT ARGAN OIL. It’s a really lightweight, nourishing product that helps to bring shine and life into coloured hair without being over burdening. It’s also amazing for frizz, so it’s perfect in more humid climates!


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Inspired by the ‘Quiet Luxury’ trend and taking a page from the high-fashion playbook of style and aesthetics, KEVIN.MURPHY has launched a line extension to its COLOR.ME collection focusing on smooth, natural looks. Targeting clients that are trading in high- maintenance looks and opting for lived-in, natural finishes, the six new ammonia-free shades – two MATTE, two ASH.VIOLET and two VIOLET – unlock effortless natural aesthetics by balancing warmth and embracing elegant minimalism.
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For this look, my priority was to create something completely eye-catching. I wanted to make a colour full of warmth and boldness, specifically using placement to work cleverly alongside the light reflection. Using Joico, we went in for 5NRG 10vol on the roots with a 7cc on the mid- lengths and ends. We then glossed Joico Blonde Life Highlights with 6ccr Demi Liquid.


colour 4My favourite summer colour right now is a technique that combines a vintage brunette with delicate shimmer lights. Particularly suited to
darker hair, this trend creates soft bursts of light into deep, brunette tones
– think classic Hollywood glamour. Achieving this look requires a root melt process, which will help you transition a natural brunette base to soft highlights that add dimension and a touch of sun-kissed radiance. Stunning!

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