This week we had the absolute honor of having a private zoom education class with Sheree Knoble of Bixie Colour which is located in Caringbah just outside of Sydney.
Sheree specializes in ‘lived in’ blondes, effortless balayage and creating beautiful beach babes, she is also very well known for creating Jen Hawkins signature look and her Queen of instagram title was cemented when she won the Australia Hair Fashion Awards influencer of the year in 2019.
Just as we were starting to feel a little bit too isolated from the rest of the world here in Melbourne, we were fortunate enough to attend the online, live show from O&M’s flagship salon in New York,O&M.nyc@originalmineralnyc.
We got to see Creative Director Janelle Chaplin@heywhatschaplindemo a stunning 60s inspired blowout look. Colour Specialist Stephanie Clark@stephanieatnyc also demonstrated her amazing hair painting skills and Colourist Paprika (Papi) Velour@bleotchgiving us a taste of her specialty, the ‘bleach and tone’.
Trend Forecast for Spring/Summer 2020 | What we learnt from Stephanie, was that, like everything changing around us, there is a huge change in the way we are cutting balayaged hair.
Moving on from the bold hair colour trend that we’ve being seeing, it is likely that there will be a shift toward softer, lower maintenance and more lived-in colour looks coming into spring and summer.
With so much interest in balayage hair, we thought it was time to cover the subject in a definitive guide for you. So we asked Chumba’s own colour expert, Belinda Keeley, one of Melbourne’s finest, to share her expertise and experience to produce this guide. Read on to find out everything you need to know about this natural-looking hair colour technique.