Have you ever wondered how some colors just look so seamless you can’t figure out where it begins and where it ends on the hair? Well, a technique I use when coloring hair is called crocheting, or crochet hair coloring. I used the technique on this model to create a big splash of color.
Crochet hair coloring is melting two or more strand of hair into one starting with one color at the roots, one in the middle of the shaft and one at the ends.
For those who are looking for more of a daring color system without the bleed marks, this is one of the best ways to color your hair.
Crochet hair coloring is all about working with the natural flow of color, the shape of ones head and a persons features. I like crochet hair coloring because it takes into mind all of the things hair colorists take for granted when coloring hair. Most hair colorists are looking to create great looks but don’t always use techniques that achieve the natural flow of hair. This is one technique you can count on when considering the head being round, the face being square and the hair being fluid.
So, come in and see me for either a complimentary consultation or just book an appointment with confidence that you WILL look beautiful when you leave the salon.
Have a lovely hair day!
MJ Hair Designs