The Colorist

JUL-AUG 2017

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sweet deal Sure to appeal to your sweet tooth, Colortrak has introduced The Candy Collection of hair color tools, available in a mouth- watering array of confection- inspired colors. The collection includes a variety of color brushes featuring the brand's Fairy Floss Feather Bristles, a melting kit with a Popsicle paddle and Spongelight applicators and connecting caddy bowls. ➻ PHOTOGRAPHY (CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT): EREZ SABAG (2); COURTESY OF AVEDA; COURTESY OF COLORTRAK; COURTESY OF KATRINA COFFMAN THE LOOK Proving the benefi ts of a chance encounter, the stylist behind this dramatic makeover, Katrina Coffman of Salon Nouveau in Tucson, AZ, met her model for this shoot while getting ice cream at Baskin- Robbins. "She complimented me on my hair, and about a week later I went back in to ask her if she would be my model," Coffman says. "She's a young, vibrant 22-year-old and was open to anything!" Coffman cropped the model's hair and applied EuforaColor Artisan Sky Blue and Red Rose (mixed in a 1:2 ratio), Red Rose, Citrus Orange and Sunfl ower Yellow to pre-lightened hair using a color-melting technique. "I wanted to give her an elevated and slightly more mature look, and she was willing to let me take her to the next level—the perfect model," Coffman says. aromatic journey Aveda's new Pure-Fume Hair Mists delight the senses with aromas inspired by three different parts of the world—Mihana evokes the blossoming gardens of Japan; Marassona suggests the spirit of Brazil, from the crashing of ocean waves to the tropical fl owers of the forest; and Alanara calls to mind the exotic fl owers, incense and spice attars of the Middle East. In addition to transporting the wearer to far-fl ung locales, the hair mists deliver softness and shine to the hair with a 99 percent naturally derived formula that includes certifi ed-organic sunfl ower and kukui seed oils. ➻ picture this Photographer Erez Sabag, creative director David Warren and makeup artist Georgina Billington challenge conventional perceptions of female beauty in the new, limited-edition book Gorgiality and accompanying New York City gallery exhibit. While capturing the imagery featured in the book, the creative team asked the models to disregard their pre-existing ideas of beauty and provide input on what felt comfortable and right. "I believe that beauty should be about self-expression, empowerment and fi nding your own identity, no matter who you are," Sabag says. ➻

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