Hair color wheel

Use the hair color wheel to find your ideal shade. Explore different colors and tones to create a vibrant and personalized look for your hair.
The Hair Color Wheel is incredibly useful to a colorist because it sets out the relationship between the major color groups.   Most importantly, it help Art, Ideas, Highlights, Color Correction, Color Swatches, Wella Color, Color Techniques, Color, Colourist

The Hair Color Wheel is incredibly useful to a colorist because it sets out the relationship between the major color groups. Most importantly, it helps the colorist understand which are the cold colors and which are the warm colors. Cold Colors : Purple, Blue, Green. Anything with a hint of these colors in them will be cold. So 2 very commonly used colors, Ash and Violet are both considered cold colors. Warm Colors: Red, Yellow, Orange. Again, anything with a hint of these colors will be

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Mia Rodriguez
Julie Kleine | Hair Color Education 💜 on Instagram: "Going back to natural??  Here's how I like to do it.  1st, I get that color to something more warm and "workable" with a pre-tone  Then, I work my color theory again to pull that pre-tone color in towards the center of the wheel, without hitting smack dab center  The 1st pre-tone color change is the easiest. It's the second one that's tricky....hitting the right level without staying to warm or going too cool is tricky business...  Heres the steps I took:  1️⃣ st: Pre-toned with 8 Gold alkaline demi + added yellow/gold semi   2️⃣ nd: Checked progress and knew I'd need more gold power from my semi so added a bit more  3️⃣ rd: After processing, I shampooed and blow dried to check the success  4️⃣ th: Checked level & chose my final tone to Instagram, Nature, Color Mixing Guide, Color Change, Blow Dry, Color Mixing, Color Theory, Tones, Hairdressing Training

Julie Kleine | Hair Color Education 💜 on Instagram: "Going back to natural?? Here's how I like to do it. 1st, I get that color to something more warm and "workable" with a pre-tone Then, I work my color theory again to pull that pre-tone color in towards the center of the wheel, without hitting smack dab center The 1st pre-tone color change is the easiest. It's the second one that's tricky....hitting the right level without staying to warm or going too cool is tricky business... Heres…

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Kristen Woods