In a video that colorist Caitlin Ford posted, at first glance the client’s hair (shown on a side view), looks like a rocker-style mohawk. But take a closer peek and you’ll see a piece of clear, crescent-shaped plexiglass holding the hair in place. This is a color board Ford created to show how the rules of elevation and direction apply to color placement. “I like this method because it allows me to better visualize where all of my colors are going to fall in the finished result. I also like that I can take bigger sections during the application, so I can move a little faster with it,” she says.
Some of most incredible hair transformations I’ve ever seen!