Hairroin Salon Presents Tone on Tone Collection: A Fringe Story

Hollywood’s Hairroin Salon presents spring’s vibrant colors in a palette of bold, colorful fringes.

Anticipating the arrival of spring when nature blooms around us in vibrant color, Hollywood’s Hairroin Salon used Wella Professional Color to create their Tone on Tone: A Fringe Story collection. Each face-framing fringe has rich, saturated color, punctuating spring’s most dramatic hues—fresh fruits ripening on the vine, cool waters rippling in the breeze and warm sunlight cascading over the trees. “We actually got the idea by looking at Pantone’s color palette for spring 2016,” says Janine Jarman, owner of Hairroin Salon. “These were much deeper colors than people normally associated with spring. Suddenly we were venturing away from the pastel hair color craze.” Her prediction: Concentrated hair color is the hottest trend on the horizon.

Treading Water
This bold aqua color was inspired by cool, clear ocean water. “The fringe is at a moment of stillness amongst the waves,” Jarman explains. The style is a playful take on symmetry vs. asymmetry. A flat iron was used to create both textures.
Treading Water
This bold aqua color was inspired by cool, clear ocean water. “The fringe is at a moment of stillness amongst the waves,” Jarman explains. The style is a playful take on symmetry vs. asymmetry. A flat iron was used to create both textures.
Stormy Weather
“This color might not be an obvious spring shade, but it represents the darker side of springtime beauty,” says Jarman. “The fringe is a downpour of rain from a windswept cloud.” A colored powder spray was used to enhance the moody vibe.
Stormy Weather
“This color might not be an obvious spring shade, but it represents the darker side of springtime beauty,” says Jarman. “The fringe is a downpour of rain from a windswept cloud.” A colored powder spray was used to enhance the moody vibe.
Strawberry Fields
The multiple red hues—deepening from strawberry blonde to ruby red—give this look a wild strawberry feeling. “It’s the perfect balance of sweet and sour,” says Jarman. A razor was used to carve out an audacious fringe, and big wrapped curls creates a “pushed into a bramble of vines” effect.
Strawberry Fields
The multiple red hues—deepening from strawberry blonde to ruby red—give this look a wild strawberry feeling. “It’s the perfect balance of sweet and sour,” says Jarman. A razor was used to carve out an audacious fringe, and big wrapped curls creates a “pushed into a bramble of vines” effect.
Sunlit Forest
“I think a lot of people would be surprised we’re calling this a spring color,” says Jarman. “But this warm, rich shade has hints of gold within it. It really feels like sunlight reflected into a beautiful spring woods.” This filtered fringe is accented with a crown of gently tugged braids.
Sunlit Forest
“I think a lot of people would be surprised we’re calling this a spring color,” says Jarman. “But this warm, rich shade has hints of gold within it. It really feels like sunlight reflected into a beautiful spring woods.” This filtered fringe is accented with a crown of gently tugged braids.

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