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Getting To Know Your Colour’s Undertones

Every Colour has an undertone, they define a Colours specialities, characteristics and what that Colour is capable of.

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We’ve all been there, you have a good idea of what Colour you want and go crazy pining images to your dream Hair board raring to go. Instead of rushing out to purchase your Products, its worth spending some time really understanding your Colour and its undertones.

We talk about undertones a lot. They are important, and the better you get at Colouring the more you will want to know about them. Every Colour has an undertone, they define a Colours specialities, characteristics and what that Colour is capable of.

Our Colours are divided into 3 groups; Cool Undertones, Warm Undertones and Cool and Warm Undertones; each have their own strengths and personalities. Keep scrolling down to find out more.


Cool Undertones

Cool undertones are generally known as Ash and Beige Colours. They are Cool because they have blue, violet or green pigments. For example our Natural Colour Range have Cool undertones because they are one simple Colour without any added reflects.
We use Colours with Cool undertones, such as an Ash Colour, to Tone because they cool down any warmth. View Our Cool Undertones

Our Colours with Cool Undertones




Warm Undertones

Warm undertones are known as Red, Gold and Copper Colours. They are warm because of their yellow, red and orange pigments. Warm undertones not only add warmth, they also add vibrancy and give your Colour dimension through their Red and Golden reflects. View Our Warm Undertones

Our Colours with Warm Undertones




Cool and Warm Undertones

Cool and Warm undertones are known as Mahogany, Mahogany Violet, Mahogany Gold and Mahogany Red Colours. They give you the best of both worlds; the Warm undertones add richness and depth and the Cool undertones Tone down the intense vibrancy. View Our Cool and Warm Undertones

Our Colours with Cool and Warm Undertones



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