Fluid Hair Painting is a brand-new way to achieve your dream hair color! So, what exactly is Fluid Hair Painting? Fluid hair painting is a highlighting method created by hairstylist Kaite Lyn Christoffersen of Michigan’s Cheeky Strut Salon, which involves having the client’s hair spread out on a flat surface for a smoother gradient look that is so gorgeous. The result is truly awesome! Watch the video and learn how to do this amazing coloring technique!
The creator of Fluid Hair Painting, KL Christofferson, explained to Modern Salons that, by spreading out the hair out on a flat surface, she can paint the hair with better precision.
“It gives me the ability to thoroughly look over every strand to see how the color melts from top to bottom.” “Plus, no matter how the client parts their hair you’re able to give them a tailored, multidimensional color because you can visually see how everything will collapse together” she explained.
She’s been practicing fluid hair painting for almost two years, but the technique quickly went viral after a post on Instagram. Due to the demand, she has actually developed a table of her own, equipped with a padded head rest for the client to lay on.
Many hair stylists are also now trying their own hands at the method though Christoffersen hopes the trend will become universal as she works to get more pros certified. “It’s a way you can create really organic, beautiful, natural-looking color tailored to you as an individual,” she adds. “You get a whole array of different tones with one application, and it’s an enjoyable process for both the stylist and the client.”
Check out this awesome video and Learn how to do this Fluid Hair Painting, watch as she transforms Diane’s tresses into a multidimensional color dream!
Instead of sitting up in a chair, this method involves sitting in a reclined position with your head resting against a table.
Then, your hair strands are spread out on the table and meticulously painted with hair dye.
This technique gives colorists more control over the placement of hair pigments and the result is in a multifaceted mane perfectly blended from root to tip.
You can also use this trick with a variety of bold colors
Thanks to this awesome new technique, highlighting our hair will never be the same!
Many people are loving this technique because it’s new and different, while others just think it takes way too long for not much effect, and that traditional methods they use are faster, cheaper, and better.
What do you think about this method? Is it more effort than it’s worth, and just a fad that will quickly fade? Or is this something that could evolve and grow in popularity over time?
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