Very fashion focused but minimal colour. For the second shoot we wanted to show a bit more colour, but again, we wanted to have that editorial feel because that’s really what our brand is. Beautiful, simple hair. So, we introduced a bit more colour in some of the looks. The neon trend has been in fashion so we also wanted to incorporate some elements of that into that shoot.
AM: What are some of the most popular colours that you’re asked for by your clients?
CL: The majority of our clientele is a little bit older, in their 40s and 50s, and they still want creative colour – but in a more sophisticated way. So, colours like soft rose, lavender or pearl blue are very popular. But the younger client wants the bright blues, pinks and greens.
AM: Tell us about your colour predictions, what do you think is coming up next?
CL: I think there’s a bit of a circle going around, that balayage trend has been in fashion for so long and it’s definitely moving away now. Balayage and the whole natural thing has been in fashion for a long time. I think maybe we’ll see a return to the 80s: something really colourful, that almost artificial effect.
AM: Whose hair would you most like to colour?
CL: Oh, that’s a difficult one… Anna Wintour would probably be one of them. She’s a good little fashionista!