Welcome to The Chapel’s first roundup of our Instagram favourites. Every month, we will be sharing a selection of our expert’s creations from the salon floor, ranging from classics to the more experimental looks. To kick things off, here are a few of our top picks from over the past few months.
Laura from our Sevenoaks salon certainly worked her magic here. Achieving a flawless mixture between the balayage and the ombre, this look is the ultimate way to subtly introduce pink pastel into your colour palette.
The Chapel's own 'Coralage'
Our own secret formula created this fiery trend, was recognised throughout the hair industry. Symon from our Tunbridge Wells salon used a combination of coral and rose tones Redken show-stopping Coralage shade. Check out Creative Head’s coverage of the look.
Here is our own take on the mermaid hair craze. Jamie from our Tunbridge Wells salon combined endless levels of Redken’s City Beats deep mystical blues and greens to form the ultimate festival hair. Find out how he did it here.
If you thought the contouring hype was just for your face, think again. This simple contouring method by Phoebe from our Tunbridge Wells salon added depth and volume to this classic warm brown.
We believe every blonde should have hair looking this vibrant all year round. Using simple balayage, Luke Gilbert from our Islington salon, created this absolute head-turning blonde.
Keep updated on our colour trend favourite here on our blog.
Mystical Metallics - The Chapel's new technique
ðŸ“£ðŸŒˆCould this be the next trending colour technique? The next #coralage or #spongingtechnique for @symonmayhair? He's created a new collection and colour technique entirely inspired by the effects of heating different metals - Head over to www.thechapel.co.uk/blog to see the entire collection! Photo by @nickammatthews #newcolour #colourtechnique #haircolouring #hair coloring #newhair #haircollection #hairstyle #hair #thechapelplace #symonmay #heatedmetalshair #heatedmetals
Our very own Symon May has been busy crafting a whole new colour technique inspired by the effects of heating different metals. His metal-inspired collection has already caught the eye of many in the industry, and we can’t wait to see his next project come to life. Check out his full collection here and keep updated on our colour trend favourite here on our blog.