Secrets behind the Trendy Rock collection cuts and colors
Do you want all of the details behind the looks from the latest Salerm Cosmetics collection? Then keep reading for cut and color inspiration for the coming months.
Rock is more than a musical genre, it’s a cultural movement. Since its appearance in the 50s, it’s been a source of inspiration that’s much more than just music, affecting both fashion and style alike. Red lips, disorderly hair, leather jackets…
Elements of the rock n’ roll style that are still present today.
The latest Salerm Cosmetics collection for women by stylist Dioni Barrera takes its inspiration from this cultural movement to create four styles for women with flair: Trendy Rock is his vision of cut and color from the coming months.
Garçon, the wavy and slightly messy cut
Short hair in this collection has a name, and that name is Garçon. A style that’s wavy, slightly unruly, and combed either all to one side or upwards.
To create the cut first we divide the head into two parts from temple to temple over the occipital. The lower section is shorter and the upper area we leave a little longer to create a pompadour effect. To finish, we use a fade cut to connect the two areas.
Mullet, the androgynous unisex cut
The second look is an androgynous unisex cut with short hair on top and length at the back down the neck.
We begin by cutting the sides, horizontally at temple level and working down strand by strand from the highest point of the head. We cut the rear sides moving from the center to ear height. Once we’ve completed the sides, then we can layer the cut. To do that we split the head into a cross shape. This mark will serve as our guide for leaving the rear section longer and the frontal section shorter. Once we’ve finished cutting, we can add texture to create a feathered effect.
The intense color used to create this look is achieved with Biokera Natura Color lightening powder. The color accent on the upper section is created by applying 8.6 with 30 volume developer. To the rest of the hair we apply 5.5 with 20 volume developer and add a few touches of 8.6 with 30 volume developer to the ends.
Swag, the haircut with volume and movement
This is the ideal cut for curly hair when we want to maintain volume, movement and an overall natural feel.
We begin by cutting layers and defining length with a straight shoulder-length finish. To create the layers we divide the hair into three parts: the top, sides and back. We begin by layering the occipital area down to the neck cutting perpendicular to the base. We then cut the sides over the neck section. We then divide the mid zone into seven triangles and cut at different angles to create an unstructured effect. We then separate the bangs in an inverted triangle which we then divide into three triangles. We cut the central triangle perpendicular to its base and cut the other two over the central one. We then finish cutting by giving the bangs protagonism and cutting to the desired length.
The color for this look was created with natural hair color Biokera Vegan. We began by using 87 grams of V44 + 13 grams of VDark. Exposure time is 60 minutes. We then add light by bleaching with Deco Eco and correcting with 8,44 + a quarter of 10,0 + 10 grams of 8,6 with 30 volume developer.
Shaggy, the layered cut with bangs
Shaggy is a slightly asymmetrical layered cut and strong bangs.
To create this cut we start by cutting the length just below the collarbone. Then, we divide the head into a U shape: the upper section and lower section. We cut the lower section in a fan shape formation. Then we separate the upper section into two parts and cut the bangs in an oval shape creating the desired length.
For the color we used Biokera Natura Color for contouring with 8.77 and 10 grams of 8.44 with 20 volume developer on the lower area. We then complete the look with some inverse balayage highlights created with Deco Eco and corrected with Salermvison 10.12 and a quarter part FC12.
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