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Regis Introduces… The Cool Collection

This season, colour just got cooler. From the 17/18 catwalks to our favourite social influencers, cool-toned hair is everywhere right now. From ash to ice, platinum to pearl, these shades add a seriously contemporary edge to your look. And the best news? There’s a shade for everyone, and you can make it 100% you.

Taking inspiration from the world around us – the ash of burnt-out fires, the cool shine of metal and the glimmer of a frozen lake – Wella have developed a range of fresh new shades. With varying undertones including rosy pink and and pearly blue, the Cool Collection can help to create an array of different looks.

Whatever colour you opt for, all shades allow for complete flexibility. Whether you want a bold colour transformation or a subtle tone, your stylist can tailor your cool colour to you. This means your colour can suit your lifestyle perfectly, being as low-maintenance or as daring as you like. Cool and warm shades can even be blended together for a finish that’s truly bespoke.

As always, finding your perfect hair shade starts with a colour consultation. At your local salon, your Regis stylist can assess the factors that influence which hair colour suits you best: skin tone, eye colour and natural hair colour. Traditionally, cool hair shades have been associated with paler skin and lighter eye colours. However, the Cool Collection allows for full versatility. Scientific research conducted by Wella has found that we actually respond better to people when there are contrasting tones at play – so a warm skin tone and darker eyes can look striking with a cool-toned hair colour.

Whether you’re a bleach blonde, a deep brunette or a natural grey, there’s a Cool Collection colour that is perfect for you. Get in touch with your local Regis salon to book your completely free colour consultation, and find your perfect cool update.

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