Drawing inspiration from the decade best known for contrasting colors, geometric designs and angular shapes, Paul Mitchell® Global Editorial Director Lucie Doughty makes a graphic statement in the cover story of Modern Salon magazine.
Asymmetrical hair accented by bold colors was all the rage in the 1980s. Worn today, the style has a unique effect that is part punk, part polished.
After applying black to a section of the hairline, Lucie creates vibrant ribbons along the fringe and finishes the center back of hair with a lustrous veil of color. Alternating applications of pink, blue, tomato, yellow and teal complement hair’s swingy shape – courtesy of Paul Mitchell® International Trainer Julian Perlingiero.
- Black: the color XG® 1 oz. 1N + 1.5 oz. 10 volume Paul Mitchell® Cream Developer
- Silver-Blonde: the color XG® 2 oz. 10P + 3 inches Blue Intensifier + 3 oz. 10 volume Paul Mitchell® Cream Developer
- Violet: INKWORKS® equal parts White and Purple
- Pink: INKWORKS® equal parts White and Pink
- Blue: INKWORKS® equal parts White and Blue
- Tomato Pink: INKWORKS® equal parts White and Red
- Yellow: INKWORKS® equal parts White and Yellow
- Teal: INKWORKS® equal parts White and Yellow + 1 dot Blue
Directed by: Robert Lynden
Haircolor: Lucie Doughty
Haircut: Julian Perlingiero
Makeup: Iris Moreau
Wardrobe: Rafeal Linares