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Blonde DeTour Blonde's Rule At Goldwell!

Introduction

Goldwell invites you to take a Blonde DeTour - a trip into the world of outrageous blondes. Pros at top salons around the country are using Goldwell's professional hair color to create one-of-a-kind hues and Goldwell's versatile Trendline styling products to explore the open road of beauty and style.

The Blonde DeTour Collection roars into town with three new color and style techniques:

Mohawk Diffusion makes traditional highlights more modern with sultry, pastel monocrhomatic tones. Color can be as soft or extreme as desired.

Savage Blonde transforms a brunette into the perfect blonde.

Texture Ice offers a neutral blonde full of lush dimension.

These new techniques and the products used to create the fabulous new styles can be viewed with your favorite Goldwell stylists and colorists who created these outrageous blondes.

Any Goldwell stylist or colorist would be delighted to share their tips and techniques with you. Stop by and see all the exciting things that are happening with Goldwell.

For a Goldwell salon near you, call 1-888-881-0330 or visit www.goldwellusa.com

Goldwell Cosmetics (U.S.A.)., Inc., 981 Corporate Boulevard Linthicum Heights, MD 21090 Tel (410) 850-7555

Jayne Morehouse jayne@morehousepr.com

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