Bumble and Bumble
WHAT IT IS
Feb 16, 2017
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By Wendy Sy
Now you see it, now you don’t. That’s the theme of the newest hair-color trend, which is simply called “ghosted hair." We often use the term when we're talking about dating, particularly when you cut things off with someone by being unresponsive when they attempt to contact you, but this new way of getting ghosted is way easier on the ego.
What sets this ultra-blonde apart from regular platinum hues is the blend of cold graphite, iridescent quartz, and oyster shades that hide internally in the hair. It’s revealed as the hair moves and retreats in a blink, leaving you to question whether they're even there at all. The color was first seen on the Insta feed of Jason Hogan, colorist at London-based salon Josh Wood Atelier, and has spread to a number of variations since, according to The Sun.
Who it's for: Those with straight, wavy, curly, coiled and tightly coiled hair.
What it is: A two-part deep conditioning system that provides optimal penetration of repairing nutrients to restore health, shine and strength to the hair.
What it does: This innovative cap system combines the proven repair power of Briogeo’s hero Don’t Despair, Repair! Deep Conditioning Mask with a turbo-charged repair essence to provide the most extensive deep conditioning experience. The cap system locks in moisture to open the hair cuticle so that the repairing nutrients of the mask and essence can provide a deeper level of moisture and repair. The cap contains an inner fabric lined with natural reparative micro-oil beads that mend damage and enhance the resiliency of the hair.
Safe for: Color treated, keratin treated, chemically-treated, and relaxed hair.