Hairbrained: A Colorful Year

 

It was a colorful year to say the least! In 2015 we saw the mainstream acceptance of creative color; in fact, our five most liked Instagram posts were color-related. Without a doubt, Instagram played a huge part in spreading and commercializing the “crazy color” trend.

Proud hairdressers from all over the world posted vivid tones and hues every day and in every scroll, making what was previously unacceptable a normal part of everyday style. 

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And, yes, you could even have vibrant hair colors and still go to work! Perhaps this year, hairdressers can try to focus on evolving the acceptance of more creative shapes and texturesas we have yet to see many examples. As a community, if we push ourselves the way we have with color, we will surely reap the rewards.

About: Hairbrained is a community of hairdressers that share a deep passion and desire to celebrate the craft of hairdressing, online socially.The community was founded by two hairdressers, Randy Taylor, a photographer / hairdresser; and Gerard Scarpaci, a world-class educator/platform artist. Both have love for our industry; its people, and the craft of hairdressing. For more information visit www.hairbrained.me.

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