Shade choice and careful application are the keys to Tonal Fusion and the incredible level of variety makes this trend universally wearable.

By gently smudging the tones in a dark to light transition through the mid-lengths and ends, it gives the hair movement, impact and a super feminine edge.

There were lots of gorgeous catwalk examples of Tonal Fusion from Alberta Ferretti through to Givenchy and Acne, ranging from chic to youthful and directional.

You can get this up to the minute look at GWI salons across south east London and Kent.

Jed Hamill, Managing Director at GWI, said “As a Clynol Salon Exclusive customer we always welcome new techniques and ‘Tonal Fusion’ is the very latest way to keep clients looking up-to-date and on-trend for Spring/Summer 2012.

“What I truly adore about this technique is that hair professionals can achieve everything from elegant to edgy by simply adjusting the shade choices.

“It’s a gorgeous new look that allows clients to make an on-trend leap of faith along their personal style journey. Tonal Fusion is the ultimate wearable catwalk to client transition.

Jed Hamill’s Tips on Tonal Fusion

:: Spend time with your colourist in shade choice. Darker shades can really accentuate cheek bones and make eye colours pop, while the lighter transition can bring out your complexion and give you that sunkissed, carefree look.

:: This is a free-hand application so be clear with your stylist about how the shades will progress through your lengths.

:: Tonal Fusion can achieve a delicate merging of colours or a big differentiation, you can be as subtle or bold as you like so have fun!

:: Whatever your length or shade choices, Tonal Fusion has something for you. If you are a dark brunette then consider a transition to plum…a dark blonde? Then choose that full on ‘surfer girl’ style.

For more information or to find your local GWI salon, visit Jed Hamill, Managing Director at GWI or call 01732 741751.