KC Color Catwalk Trends SS17
Spring/Summer 2017 catwalks embraced designers applying colour in playful, yet thoughtful and precise combinations to update current hair trends and make them into something entirely new.
Spring is fast approaching and so is our want to transform our style into something original and fresh to embrace the start of a new season.
KC Color Mask is the perfect solution for anyone constantly adapting their style to stay on-trend. 16 intermixable shades mean you can create unique colour combinations to enhance and tone your hair, keeping you one step ahead.
KC Color Mask reconstructive treatment contains Pro-Vitamin B5 and keratin derivatives
to effectively repair damage to the structure of the hair, whist reviving colour-treated hair.
It instantly restores the glow and vitality by maintaining and deepening your existing hair
colour, or simply tones the existing shade depending on which trend you want to accomplish.
SOFTLY DOES IT
While the AW16 collections paid tribute to Gothic glamour, favouring dark, sombre looks,
SS17 explored femininity and romance in a new light. Many fashion houses continued their love affair with loose fabrics in muted, pastel tones. Designers including Gucci and Valentino utilised the soft, fluid aesthetic in both the fashion and hair styling. The models embraced healthy glossy hair with pastel undertones, celebrating rose-gold and opal blonde tones. This trend is perfect for the naturally fair-haired to experiment with colour without the fear of damaging their locks.
SS17 will definitely see the rise in embracing the natural hue of your hair.
Healthy, glossy looking hair was spotted on multiple catwalks this season and none more prominently than Victoria Beckham. From sleek and straight to voluminous and glossy, gone is the craze for super slicked or overly dyed styles. If you find that the tone of your hair needs warming, cooling or even just needs a helping-hand from time-to-time, without the commitment of dying, then experiment with a mixture of KC Color Mask Shampoo and KC Color Mask. Instead of finding a colour that alters your hair find one that works with it to boost the natural shade of the hair, not disguise it.
LIGHT IT UP
Valentino’s catwalk models embraced a sunkissed look with both make-up and hair styling. Inspired by makeup, strobing is a natural way to accentuate features and add shimmer to hair where sun would naturally lighten it. Using dimensions of colour two shades darker and two shades lighter to achieve the look means that hair never looks over-processed. Roots can be
coloured with a KC Color Mask 1-2 shades darker than your natural hair colour.
It can be used to tone down the overall colour of the hair whilst still letting highlights shimmer through.