Portfolio of Classes


Blueprint Highlighting uses the concept of a blueprint to visually present highlighting techniques.  Each blueprint starts with a “core concept,” which acts as a foundation for the overall design.  Once colorists have mastered the technique they use their creativity to build from it and make it their very own.  33 Degrees of Color challenges the classic angle most colorists work with:  45 degrees.  We are introducing the idea of working with 33 degree angels that are commonly used in architecture and lighting to make points of interest really pop.  When applying this concept to our technique, and combining foil with balayage, the balayage pieces really stand out.  The blend of the foil highlights and the balayage pieces give the design incredible texture and dimension.