So, how do you get the look? Darker hair will need pre-lightening in order for the shade to make an impact, while existing highlights should be given a yellow undertone to support the peachy hue. Once hair is light enough for the peach tones to show up, ask your client what intensity they’re looking for, and how committed they want the shade to be. You can create an array of peach hues, from an acid peach wash to a pastel tint, with Wella Professionals’ portfolio of color services.
For subtle, low-commitment peach hair, try a temporary hue using Perfecton by Color Fresh. This specialty leave-in color lasts for up to three washes, and can be custom-blended to a warm, peach tone using a mix of copper /43 and gold /03 with a touch of red /44 or mahogany /5. If your client is ready for a bolder, longer-lasting look, try Color Fresh CREATE; a semi-permanent color that comes in the shade Hyper Coral, which pastelizes to a peach hue when mixed with Tomorrow Clear.