For Ava’s colour, different nuances of just one colour direction are used – Graphite. Darker and lighter tones of Graphite contrast but work in harmony creating a muted, smoky colour result. To create the Mineral Effect, use cool and warm Graphite tones for the background foundation and soft root shading. These are over-layered and filtered by lighter veins of Graphite tones at the front and sides.
Maisie’s look combines natural colours such as Terracotta and modern, pastel tones such as Lavender Quartz and Spessartine. Three shades from the Terracotta Colour Wheel are used. Layering them and filtering the Lavender Quartz with Spessartine creates a sense of translucency.
An elemental state of colours and a move to cool mineral tones is the basis for Raniya’s Mineral Effect. For the background foundation and soft root shading, various shades of Graphite are used. Inside the Flared Sections, medium and light Graphite filter two tones of the Azurite. The layering of the different tone-on-tone shades creates this overall mineral aura.
Lea Sophie’s colour result includes a cool background of Lavender Quartz. The fine veins of Azurite, Spessartine and Lavender Quartz are filtered by a light Lavender Quartz which is also seen at the ends. The soft Lavender Quartz-shaded regrowth emphasises the choppy textures while the Mineral Colour Effect is placed around the head and underlines the cut.
Two Terracotta shades together with light Graphite and a muted Azurite create a shimmery but muted shine. A filter of light Graphite divides the Flared Sections and reveals the Azurite beneath the surface of the hair. The Terracotta tones are used for the background foundation and inside the Flared Sections.
Cool and warm light tones are combined and create a powdery shimmer. Tone-on-tone Spessartine shades are used to create the background foundation and soft root shading. A muted turquoise Azurite layered with a Spessartine within the Flared Sections, which is separated by a light Spessartine filter to produce a translucent feeling.