Conversation about grey blending with Robert Eaton

“FOR me grey blending is all about creating innovative techniques to create incredible looking hair for clients who are still wanting colour services, but not necessarily wanting the commitment they had before” – Robert Eaton, Wella Professionals UK & Ireland Technical Director.

Robert Eaton and Jayne Lewis-Orr in conversation about grey blending at the HJ Live Upskills Series webinar

 

The opening words of Robert Eaton of Russell Eaton Salons UK at the Wednesday 13 January instalment of the Hairdressers Journal Live Upskills Series confirms what some of us – and we are In the Pynck about it – already know: professional hair in tones of grey from icy blue to slate have been sweeping the Internet platforms long enough by now to be recognised as an essential in modern beauty.

Grey blending, an essential to modern beauty

 

 

Robert Eaton’s webinar insights into grey blending treatments, hosted by HJI Executive Director Jayne Lewis-Orr and sponsored by Wella Professional was well worth the 40-minute live broadcast, and will as lockdown continues very much be worth a rewatch at https://www.hji.co.uk as an essential piece of the reopening toolkit.

Image credit: Russell Eaton Hair UK

 

“Being more playful with colour, adding different tones to hair but also not necessarily the same longevity with regards to regrowth. Growing hair colour out and embracing natural regrowth doesn’t mean having no hair colour at all,” added Robert Eaton.

 

Tags: Hairdressers Journal Live, Hairdressers Journal International, Robert Eaton, Jayne Lewis-Orr, Wella Professional

 

Kim Mullahey

Kim Mullahey is Pynck.com’s Ireland Correspondent. She holds an honours undergraduate degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Chicago and has taught Adult Education Creative Writing Studies. Through a media career spanning nearly 25 years Kim has written and photographed regional news, national and international horse sports, fashion and lifestyle. Kim lives with her husband and son in Kildare Ireland, and a stray marmalade cat who has adopted the family.

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