Hair colour trends seen on celebrities and the pages of glossy magazines lead clients to ask for richer and warmer tones, anything from bronzing to darker balayage looks or turning pastel bobs into glossy copper.

Creating the perfect on-trend colours can be challenging when clients ask for specific shades of cinnamon, the current trending balayage tone, or shades like buttermilk blonde or auburn.

With the TIGI Copyright Colour range, you can create infinite shades and achieve beautiful, bespoke hair colours for every client in the salon.

  1. Start with a consultation to understand your client’s colour reference, and manage expectations, explaining how hair colours work best with your client’s natural tonality and style.
  2. Create a transformation journey by keeping any light strands, like an outgrown summer ombre, and blending it with the desired warm golden browns, bronzed reds or realistic auburn shades. Choose the correct technique to create the best colour effects based on your client’s hair texture: refresh hand painted sections with the TIGI Copyright Colour Freestyle Blonder or produce creative tones with intermixable TIGI Copyright Colour shades.
  3. Fuel your creativity: bespoke your colour with the fully intermixable TIGI Copyright Colour shades; a compact range enabling you to achieve on-trend shades whilst keeping your colour stock in check, saving you shelf space and money.

“Don’t be afraid to simplify! Just because you want to achieve something creative, does not mean you need to mix many shades together!”
Kerrie O’Reilly


Our TIGI colour specialists, Kerrie O’Reilly and Aaron Overton, share their favourite toning formulas for this fall season.

Tone on Trends
Tone on Trends

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Become a TIGI colour artist today. Talk to your TIGI representative or get in touch to stock TIGI Copyright Colour.

See the TIGI Modern Classics collection for more classic to creative colour techniques and shades.