The dexterous hands of Dylan Brittain, owner of Rainbow Room International’s George Square Salon in Glasgow, Scotland, and a Schwarzkopf UK ambassador, worked his magic to create Kroma, a collection that focuses on the purity and power of color to draw parallels between the individual and individuality. To get the hair just right for the shoot, Brittain used a variety of color techniques and processes. “For the bolder looks, I prelightened the hair prior to applying the bright haircolor,” says Brittain, adding that color-blocking and color paneling techniques were likewise key. “Kroma’s blunt hair shapes and pops of color are what’s on-trend for 2019.”
Before the hair was lightened and colored with a sunshine-like yellow hue, Brittain cut it into a super-short pixie shape with short fringe, then styled the design with texturizing spray to achieve a messy, edgy vibe.
To achieve this look, Brittain used a color-blocking technique in the fringe area, contrasting the bright green hues against a dark brunette base.
To achieve a very choppy finish resembling a shag cut, Brittain styled the hair with Schwarzkopf Professional OSiS+ texturizing products to achieve an effortless, undone finish.
For this look, Brittain cut the hair into a short, blunt bob before using color-blocking techniques to play up contrast between the dark green hues and light blonde base. He then styled the design super straight for a sleek, shiny and smooth finish.