Electric Sessions #BeforeAndAfter #ElectricNewHair

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Electric Sessions #BeforeAndAfter #ElectricNewHair

This month’s #ElectricSessions was all about transformations, taking a client from summer to autumn by giving them a change in their style, keeping them excited about their hair.

The Electric Art Team pulled out all the stops, creating brand new looks for their models using colour and cut techniques to refresh their hair – perfectly timed for autumn!

The first look by Freya (Art Director from Electric Marylebone) with inspiration taken from a turning, autumnal leaf, Freya’s model was taken from natural brown to copper mahogany root, which was stretched out in an apricot blonde on the ends. The cut was then a sharper version of the models pixie crop with curved edges around the temples and hairline, leaving the top quite long to keep the feminine element to the hair.

The second look by Steve (Art Director from Electric Oxford) was on a model who previously had long balayage. He had chosen to take her to a warmer chestnut, giving an all over colour, knowing that the ends would fade lighter due to the bleach already in her hair. This block colour was used to add depth and thickness to the model’s naturally fine hair. He took off a good deal of length, to give a healthier look with blunt cut ends, taking weight out specifically from the back free hand and a longer sweeping fringe.

The third look by Will (Art Director from Electric Brighton) was all about his colour technique. Sectioning his models hair into a star from her crown meant that he could add flashes of vibrant copper throughout the hair mixing with the mid brown and darker stretched roots. This was then put into a faux bob, something that will be massive for the party season which is striking yet simple to do in salon for clients wanting a different look.

The fourth and final look by Phill (Art Director from Electric Liverpool) who used subtle slices of gold through the edges of his model’s dark brown hair to bring light around the face. Phill wanted to create a rounded broken weight line fringe to add to the natural heaviness of the hair. He then used elastics to form looser waves, setting with heat then dressing out for a disheveled, relaxed wave.

I was also pleased to announce some great achievements by our Electric stylists, from each salon and I wanted to express how proud I am of them all.

Bring on the stylist competitions in January!

MW x

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