March 2013

The result of this trend of purples, reds, coppers and golds was achievable through strategic partings and color placements, created by Sue Pemberton and Damien Carney. “I started this color placement at a central point then pivoted around the head taking back-to-back, diagonally sliced partings,” Pemberton says. “I staggered the partings back toward the crown and then slightly forward, resulting in a darker fringe area, perimeter and triangular section of hair. These darker sections were then surrounded by increasingly deeper rings of color in purple, red and copper/golds.”">