Kevin.Murphy is the brand I use on your hair for cleansing, styling and colouring. It's owned by an Australian man named Kevin Murphy, and the company donated $100,000 to assist Australia's bushfire firefighters, people and wildlife. Read all the other reasons this brand makes me and my clients proud to buy it: Kevin Murphy Products Are Still Pome's #1 Choice.
Coloured by Kevin Murphy's global director of colour design
Say bye to the ash and matte colours and balayage of the last decade. This decade has started with buttery blonde from roots to ends. This look can be done with lots of highlights at the partline to blend with your natural colour, so that the roots at the partline don't grow in like a solid line.
Tip for the inspiration photos you bring
Tip: When you bring inspiration photos for haircuts or haircolours, bring ones with the face looking straight at the camera (like the above photo) because the style and colour need to suit your face shape and skin tone. Photos of the sides of hairstyles and backs of heads (like the photos below) won't help me and don't matter when it's on your own head because IRL you look straight at people and at yourself in the mirror. So my focus is on framing your face. The best places to find lots of face front photos are celebrity fashion websites showcasing their hair changes.
A preview to pre-empt your shock.
Haircolour by Shai at Pome
I changed my hair colour. Last time I dyed it blonde, clients didn't comment on it but stared aghast at me in the mirror for the hour while I did their hair (--I can see you staring--) and it made me so uncomfortable every working day for a month, that I shaved it off. I hope y'all will be polite this time. What colour do you want your hair to be in the new decade?