PRIMIENCE transforms every hairdresser into an artist with COLORMUSE
Individualism is a keywork in fashion today and the saturated colors of COLORMUSE make personalize your client’s look even easier.
You can’t wear while after Labor Day. Never mix silver and gold jewelry. Black and brown don’t go together. Don’t wear socks with sandals. Take a look around you on today’s runways, red carpets, and especially on the street and it’s easy to see that what were once the dictates of fashion are long gone.
Nowadays anything goes and everyone - both young and old, men and women, boys and girls – are seeking their own identity and demanding a look that reflects who they are. One key element of this movement is color – especially in hair – now that the process is easier than it ever was before. Blonde is the new bland as the palette is now infinite thanks to products like Shiseido Professional Brand’s new hair color system: “COLORMUSE by PRIMIENCE”.
Always with the hairdressing professional in mind, Shiseido Professional decided to create color products that can inspire stylists and let them create whatever color they wish, even on Asian hair.
Finally the salon professional can unleash their creativity to reflect the personality and desires of the client, sharing in the ultimate joy of coloring hair with unprecedented results.
A vast range of variations is now possible. Natural colors of course, but also from vivid to pastels.
With perfect freedom and precision, hair color can be altered to suit the moment and mood, as with the specially formulated “Color Remover”, one can quickly and smoothly change hair color.
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Posted on 12.09.2018
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