BROWN AND LIGHT BROWN 2015
This Goldwell Hair color model was foil highlighted
with Scruples Blazing Ultra Lights and a base color from the Goldwell Cool Browns. Ten to twelve packets of foils where placed
in the models hair and processed to a light brown and also a few light blonds. The base color was Goldwell level-5 Neutral
and also a Goldwell Colorance glaze was given to achieve even tonality and sheen. MAC Makeup was used. Hair and Makeup
was done by Joseph Kellner for this Photo-shoot.
HAIR COLOR (FOILS)
client was highlighted with Goldwell hair-color to achieve a multi-colored blonde. A variation of highlights, and lowlights
were used to achieve this hair-color. The clients hairstyle was cut in graduated layers, and a graduated outline. All hair
coloring was done with Goldwell hair-color, and also Goldwell Colorance Demi-Permanent hair-color. The clients hair was colored
in the hair salon prior to the scheduled photo-shoot. A variation of slicing, and weaving was implemented in obtaining this
hair-color. MAC Makeup was used on this models hair for her photo shoot. Joseph Kellner Salon Photo Shoots 2010.
BLONDE HAIR COLOR (FOILS)
This clients hair was foiled highlighted with Goldwell hair-color was used, and a variation of highlights, and lowlights were
used to achieve this effect. This model had her hair-colored in the hair salon before the photo-shoot. Again this was for
the purpose of having fresh hair-color needed for the photo-shoot. Hair color will last normally for about 2 weeks. And then
you will start to see fadage of the artificial pigments. When you visit the hair salon in between hair-coloring, I always
like to give the client a hair color glaze. That will extent the color longer, and give true tonal value, without the fadage.
MAC Makeup was used on this models hair for her photo shoot. Joseph Kellner Salon Photo Shoots 2010.
VIOLET HAIR COLOR (BASE COLOR AND DIMENSIONAL FOILS)
I used 4 different tones to achieve this hair-color. This hair-color was done in the hair salon before the
photo-shoot in October 2015. A gentle decolorizer to lift the hair-color was used. Goldwell hair-color was used for all aspects
of the service. This client has a good foundation of knowledge of when to change her hair-color as the seasons pass. Hair
salon color needs to be more bolder for the seasons, try to change the tones, and placements of your hair-color. When you
make your next appointment at the hair salon always try to do something different to the hair-color, or hairstyle. MAC Makeup
was used on this models hair for her photo shoot. Joseph Kellner Salon Photo Shoots 2015.
BROWN HAIR COLOR (FOILS)
This is a relatively easy approach to coloring dark brown to medium hair. Goldwell hair-color was used as a lowlight. A
level 6 neutral tone was used for contrast, Goldwell Lightener was used for a multiple variations of blonde colors. Goldwell
Colorance Plus glaze was also used to achieve a more natural tone to the foil highlights to the client. MAC Makeup was used
on this models hair for her photo shoot. Joseph Kellner Salon Photo Shoots 2009.
AND GOLDEN BLONDE (FOILS)
hair color was used for this model to change her existing hair color from Lightest Light Blonde to a Medium Blonde.
A base color and low lights were implemented and a Goldwell Color Glaze was used. The highlights were touched up on
the newgrowth. MAC Makeup was used on this model for this photo shoot. Dec 2014.
A brown tone was implemented for a base color
(Level-5) warm. Soft dark blonde highlights were also introduced in this color. Goldwell Colorance glazing was also given
to the client for a toning application to the highlights. Alot of the consumer products sold for home hair care, and hairstyling
are not up to the job for the level of finish a client is used to be getting at the salon. Know your styling tools. Coarse
hair will need a higher temperature for straightening with a flat iron and also with a curling iron. Blonde hair needs a lower
temperature. When a client keeps straightening the hair with the flat iron until the desired result is achieved it will burn
the hair. Just a few strokes of the flat iron will do the job. MAC makeup was used on this model. Joseph Kellner Salon Photo