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For  all of you who followed along my first shot at Color Fresh CREATE during Berlin Fashion Week: I did it again and I was braver this time! I loved the soft and discreet NUDIST PINK that I tried last time and was assured to try some more daring colors now. It was the perfect occasion to spend the whole day at my beloved Shan Rahimkhan and have him spoil me rotten. A wonderful way to spend the day after a stressful fashion month. 

 

For all of you who didn’t follow along last time: Color Fresh CREATE offers a semi-permanent color shading with 12 beautiful pure and vibrant colors that can be mixed or used seperately. The color lasts up to 20 washes and fades true-to-tone, which I absolutely love. They do not change their color and just fade to softer pastell tones.

We decided to go with three different tones that were worked into my lengths in order to create a lively and diverse look. A touch of pink, peach and cherry red were mixed just for me and Shan worked his magic. What I love about Color Fresh CREATE is that you can mix the 12 tones with eachother and create a unique color. Together with your personal hair color and structure, your style will be one-of-a-kind! 

After just a short while I saw the result for the first time and was absolutely blown away. I love how the color changes with the light. With every move and every hair style, you can see different shades of color and discover  strands, shades and highlights that you haven’t seen before. It’s so vivid and energetic, yet still discreet and unobtrusive – just as my style. When you compare the pictures inside of the salon with the one outside, you can discover some other colors and strands already! How do you like it? Would you dare to give it a try? 

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