Haircolorist’s have much more freedom to be creative, these days than ever before, because of the evolution of hair color. It’s all thanks to a French chemist, Eugene Schueller, for developing the first synthetic hair dye in 1907.

In 2012 a gorgeous new way of coloring the hair emerged, called Ombre, French for shading.  As a colorist myself, I adore this look. This technique of haircoloring is deepest at the roots and softly graduates lighter and lighter trailing down the hair shaft until the ends are the lightest shade.

This way of coloring can be done with subtly or with boldness.


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Judy DeLuca’s Latest Novel

Towel Dry and a Good Cry is about a young girl, new to the hairdressing business, that learns all too quick that there is more to standing behind the chair than just cutting hair.  A story full of laughs and tears lies and fears with characters you’ll love, hate or will leave your jaw hanging open!

Available at your favorite ebook store

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