What’s Pintura you ask?
A fancy way to color your curls. It literally means “to paint,” and with this technique colorists apply hues directly onto the hair without the use of foil. They “paint” this way because it allows more application freedom, as a result colorists are able to individually identify which curls catch the light the best, and highlight them to add more dimension to someone’s individual texture. The technique was born at Deva Shan nearly 20 years ago, and is exclusive to Deva stylists.
In layman’s terms: It’s a hair-coloring concept that makes your curls look pretty.
Over Exposure to the Sun?
After exposure to the summer sun, highlights tend to be brassy, To cool down your color, you want to bring back depth, so ask for highlights AND lowlights.
If you have dark roots, old highlights tend to lose light and boldness as time goes on, You can bring back the brightness with high-lift colors, Then your colorist can add face-framing highlights to pump life back into your curls.
Growing out Summer Blonde?
Over-processed blonde can make curls look dry and lifeless, Revive your curls with rich lowlights, a few new highlights, and a warm toner all over for a completely fresh fall look.
Deep auburn and red tones are a fall favorite. In darker hair, the hue can make color appear brighter and richer. To add some extra pop, ask your colorist to add golden Pintura highlights throughout your hair.
Violets and coppers are also amazing fall colors, If you’re transitioning from an all over red color, to get this look, ask for highlights, lowlights, and midlights.
Want to Warm Up Your Look?
If you’re looking to take your natural hair color to the next level ask for Full Pintura highlights, Caramel and honey tones give maximum color dispersion to make curls pop.
Warming up your color also adds visual definition, To achieve this look ask for a rich auburn base color with golden Pintura tipped ends.