Marbel Colour Inspired By Ash Fortis


Hair marbling is the new hair colouring technique that creates beautiful tie-dye shades, but it’s the way the formula is created that’s so mesmerizing.

Inspired for me by Allure Stylist  Ash Fortis has made hair marbling her signature style after wanting to bring the popular nail art trend to hair. What makes marbled hair so special is that the results are unique every single time.

To create the Colour formula, I start with putting a layer of shaving cream onto foam mesh strips. Using Pulp Riot colour ,  Or Adore Direct Colour I spread different bright colours on top of the cream and uses the back of our colour brush to create marbled, swirled designs on the strip. When the design is ready, we separate the hair and presses a small section of the hair onto the strip with the dye and places a clear strip on top.  We do this for multiple sections of hair. The result is a beautiful, multi-coloured design.

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I have been hairdressing since 1984. I trained under Shirley Arthur / Bow in Sydney NSW. I also have successfully managed a large number of salons and owned and operated my own for the last 16 years. I am a qualified TAE and for the last 2 years have been sharing my expertise with salons and stylists all over the country to help hone their skills and keep their skills fresh with new ideas and technologies that can help you as a stylist or business owner. For Our Clients I only source the best products for the best results for your individual needs, ensuring your hair is kept in the best possible condition for you, your lifestyle and your needs.... I keep my own skills up to date also by attending workshops and classes. I have completed Shannon Keels hand painting class in New Jersey and train others in Balayage, Handpainting, Braiding, Upstyling, Cutting and Communication. I also travel with Hair Aid to Manila and Bali to teach those who are less fortunate than us to give them a skill so they can go into their communities to earn money to feed their children, my workshops profits go toward hair aid


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