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Stay on trend with our balayage, ombre and dip dye tutorials

MHD - May 11, 2018 Hair Colouring

Stay on trend with our balayage, ombre and dip dye tutorials

Balayage, ombre and dip-dye are incredibly popular, especially during the warmer months. But with new variations emerging, it’s a constant battle to stay on top of the latest techniques and trends. So, if you’re looking for ways to impress your clients with your colouring knowledge and technique this summer, it’s the perfect time to take a few tutorials and update your skills.

As members will know, our world-leading site is packed with tutorials from colouring experts. Here, we’re delving into the detail of 5 intermediate-level tutorials, from expert colourists Madeleine Murphy, Bruno Ellorioroz and Andrea Bennett, to give you a taste of what’s on offer – read more

Why Blonde Highlights are Perfect for Summer Hair Colour Services

Sarah Oglesby - June 23, 2017 Celebrity Hairstyles, Hair Colouring, Hair Trends

Why Blonde Highlights are Perfect for Summer Hair Colour Services

Blonde hair colour for summer is a timeless choice that our clients request year after year. The best summer blonde hair colours add a touch of luxury to illuminate the skin and eyes. Classic blonde highlights are the perfect colouring technique to meet the hottest blonde hair colour summer trends.

On MHD we have the perfect blonde highlighting tutorials for summer’s favourite blonde looks. Here’s a look at five of our favourite blonde looks.

Baby Blonde Highlights

Baby blonde highlights provide a delicate natural interpretation of summer blonde hair colour – read more

Why lightening hair with bleach is an art form and a science

Sarah Oglesby - May 26, 2017 Hair Colouring

Why lightening hair with bleach is an art form and a science

When it comes to lightening hair with bleach there are numerous variables that a colourist must consider to achieve their client’s desired shade. These variables make bleaching hair both an art form and a science.

The Science: Natural hair colour pigment

Natural hair colour pigment, melanin, is produced within the germinal matrix of the hair bulb by cells called melanocytes. The melanocytes transfer melanin in small granules to the cortex of the hair shaft.  These granules are associated with two types of melanin:

Eumelanin – black and brown pigment granules
Pheomelanin – red and yellow pigment granules

The proportions of these two types of melanin determines all natural hair colour – read more

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