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Colour Chords Theory for Hairdressers #3

Colour Chords Theory for Hairdressers #3

Colour Theory that is based on principles or laws of colour remain consistent. Hairdressers that are grounded in these principles have the best ability to adapt their knowledge and offer the latest trends to clients with success every time. Keen to learn more about my...

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Colour Chords Theory for Hairdressers #2

Colour Chords Theory for Hairdressers #2

Colour Theory that is based on principles or laws of colour remain consistent. Hairdressers that are grounded in these principles have the best ability to adapt their knowledge and offer the latest trends to clients with success every time. “It is not the strongest of...

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Let’s Paint

Let’s Paint

'Let's Paint!' blog is based on my experiences reading ‘The Artists Way’ by Julia Cameron  Have you ever longed to be able to paint or write music, or perhaps to have the confidence to paint hair with vivid tones? Would you like to know something that I used as a tool...

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Warm is the new ash

Warm is the new ash

This season is all about playing with gold.  My signature style is artistic colours with dimension. I am known for my unique approach to colouring hair as if it is a ‘blank canvas’. Combining hair painting and precise foiling, I like to create a 3rd dimension by...

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Colour Chords Theory for Hairdressers #1

Colour Chords Theory for Hairdressers #1

A trend usually refers to a certain style in fashion or entertainment, or is the subject of many posts on social media within a short period of time. A trend simply reflects  what seems to be going around at any given time. My creative hair colour workshops regularly...

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Perfectly Peachy

Perfectly Peachy

Pastel colours are usually tints of any hue, usually in full saturation, but in their lightest values, as paints become when they are mixed with a great deal of white. The colours of this family are usually described as "soothing", "soft", "near neutral", "milky",...

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Pastel haircolour

Pastel haircolour

What are pastel haircolours?Pastel colours are usually described as soothing, soft, near neutral, milky, washed out and lacking strong chromatic content. Pink, mauve, and baby blue are typical pastel colours. Hair colour does not have to be bright to have longevity...

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USA Hairshow

USA Hairshow

This is the transcript from my video presentation of me that was used for the USA Hair Show Bayou Street Blonde. The transcript is from my introduction to the audience as being an Ambassador for Whittemore House NYC Hair Paint. Hello, my name is Kristina Russell, and...

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Gemstone haircolour

Gemstone haircolour

My signature style is artistic colours with dimension. My signature style is artistic colours with dimension. I am known for my unique approach to colouring hair, as if it is a blank canvas. Combining hair painting and precise foiling, I like to create a third...

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Bronde Haircolour

Bronde Haircolour

Bronde haircolour stole the limelight from Ombre and has quickly become one of the most requested salon services. It is not Blonde and it is not Brunette. It is a beautiful shade that sits somewhere in-between. Bronde is a technique that fuses Brunette with a seamless...

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About Kristina

Kristina is a  Sydney-based haircolour specialist that loves all things colourful. She works both in Sydney salon, ‘Edwards and Co’ as well as keeping a busy schedule travelling teaching creative classes to hairdressers and salon owners around the globe.

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I am the Australian Ambassador for the Dresscode Project, a global alliance of salons and barbershops committed to providing positive, gender-affirming services for LGBTQ+ clients.

Find out more about how your shop or salon can become a safer place for LGBTQ+ people.

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