PSA YALL - warmth isn't always a bad thing!!! (Especially in this cold ❄) see what I did there?😂 .
💡Fact: Warm tones reflect light where as cool tones absorb light, thus appearing darker. 🤔🤔 Fact: if the hair is porous (damaged) it will overly accept the ash tones but then fade out quickly💡 .
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Do ash tones even exist outside of Instagram? 😂 Just kidding. But seriously. I’ve been loving these posts other stylists have been making lately regarding the issue so I decided to jump on the wagon.
We live in a digital age where almost anyone can figure out how to manipulate images like this. Why is it hurtful to our industry? Because it sets us up for utter failure. My client is a natural level 3 and in order to reflect the tones of the edited picture, she would probably end up a damaged mess.
Coarse dark hair will never blonde like fine medium hair. But now that my client is in my chair showing me a photoshopped picture, I feel pressured to deliver unrealistic results(although I’m pretty good at telling clients it’s not gonna happen). Not only will you NOT be able to recreate YOUR own “work”, but think of the other stylists across state lines being shown your fabricated image and sweating bullets trying to be like you. Wondering why they aren’t as “good” as you. It’s just not cool. We wonder why clients have these huge expectations and don’t realize the problem starts with US. So don’t photoshop your pictures and educate your clients 🙌🏻 Also, have a great week 😍 #thestruggleisreal