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abc | Colouring Hair The Sassoon Way — £50.00

abc | Colouring Hair The Sassoon Way

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The book includes comprehensive technical step-by-step photographs together with meticulous technical diagrams on colouring sectioning patterns and an overview of colour psychology, understanding hair colour, shape & balance, hair diagnostics, foil preparation and right/left hand weave and lock.


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abc | COLOURING HAIR THE SASSOON WAY

abc | COLOURING HAIR THE SASSOON WAY

Series A includes total applications incorporating virgin, regrowth and grey coverage. Series B is comprised of the partial techniques of highlighting, slicing and singles, the combination techniques in series C includes freehand, two tone tints and back-to-back panels. Together they provide a complete repertoire for the creative colourist.

a | TOTAL

VIRGIN TINT

This application is the benchmark for applying colour to previously untreated hair and forms the foundation for all further applications of this technique. Clean, accurate sectioning is fully illustrated to provide a clear insight into this exacting technique.

REGROWTH TINT

Continuing the tinting series, this application illustrates how to precisely cover regrowth without overlapping previously coloured hair and how to achieve an even result by refreshing the mid-lengths and ends. The cover grey variation completes the tinting techniques and demonstrates how to apply colour with absolute control to achieve maximum coverage of white hair.

VIRGIN BLEACH & TONE

This application is the epitome of this procedure where precision and accuracy are key factors. Providing clear instruction on sectioning, applying and toning virgin hair, this is the template for all subsequent variations of this technique.

REGROWTH BLEACH & TONE

Building on the Virgin Bleach and Tone, this application demonstrates the definitive way to accurately bleach and tone previously lightened hair, to achieve the purest blonde result and is a core technique of any Colourists repertoire.

b | PARTIAL

SLICES

Here a contemporary interpretation of this technique creates a modern wearable look giving a heavier highlighted effect than a classic weave. The slices variations a half head application of this procedure and are both an essential addition to any modern colourist’s repertoire.

CLASSIC HIGHLIGHTS

This ‘straight up’ to the parting placement forms a complete guide to this cornerstone colouring technique. The half head variation demonstrates an alternative sectioning and foiling method. Both are ideal for highlighting haircuts with a heavier surface area.

HERRINGBONE HIGHLIGHTS

The placement of the half head Herringbone method produces the most commercially wearable result and can be utilised on many different hair types and lengths. The invaluable full head variation demonstrates an alternative way to section, weave, apply and foil Herringbone Highlights.

SINGLES

For a highlighted alternative on curls or waves, two variations of the Singles technique are carefully demonstrated. The unique application of the convertibles technique means that the colour changes according to the placement of the parting.

c | COMBINATION

COMB ON COLOUR

Adapted here to visibly reduce greying hair, the comb on colour technique provides a natural, discreet result that is perfect for a male clientele. The female variation technique demonstrates the definitive way to execute this simple but effective way to optically increase texture, depth and movement.

TWO TONE TINT

This technique is a modern interpretation of the classic tint application. The appropriate sectioning method is carefully demonstrated, while for added inspiration two variations have been included that illustrate different sectioning patterns and colour choices.

TINT & HIGHLIGHTS

This technique is a modern interpretation of the classic tint application. The appropriate sectioning method is carefully demonstrated, while for added inspiration two variations have been included that illustrate different sectioning patterns and colour choices.

BACK-TO-BACK PANEL

This technique combines back-to-back slicing with a classic tint application and, due to its versatility, is a valuable addition to a modern Colourists repertoire as it can also be used as a basis for many aspects of contemporary fashion work.