Mix & Match: the new hair colouring technique at Jean Louis David

Succumb to this exclusive Jean Louis David colouring technique. With its luminous copper highlights, it will boost your colour and give it maximum character. Let’s take a closer look.

Inspiration behind the Mix & Match

This technique responds to the dazzling success of red hair colouring. On trend, intense, and warm, a large number of models have shown off red coloured locks during recent Fashion Weeks. But also, many major designers have used models sporting this look in their publicity campaigns. As red hair is omnipresent in fashion magazines, more and more women have been tempted by this hair colouring. Also, red is a rare colour when it is natural, which makes it even more valuable.

The techniques used to create the Mix & Match

This copper hair colouring is obtained by combining two exclusive Jean Louis David techniques. It is recommended for average bases, going from dark blond to light brown. Firstly, the hairdresser applies a Sunlight technique which lightens the areas around the fact to create maximum relief. Your hairdresser will then darken the roots and the sections at the back by applying a Gloss treatment. The aim being to add shine and depth to the hair.

The plus point: all of the tones created can be adapted depending on your desired hairstyle.


How do I take care of the Mix & Match?

This hair colouring technique is both partial and temporary. It therefore remains very easy to maintain. Also, it ages well with time, gradually fading when you wash your hair. In order to preserve your hair’s vitality, integrate targeted treatments into your hair regime, such as those from the Color Therapy range. Finally, visit your salon roughly every 6 weeks. Your hairdresser will carry out any required touch-ups on your hair to prolong the effects of your colour.


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