NEW: Josh Wood Colour Glaze

by | Jun 10, 2021

For the ultimate in fun, commitment-free colour, Josh Wood Colour Glaze is an exciting new line of sophisticated, semi-permanent pastels shades from the Josh Wood Colour range.

Three modern vibrant shades – Pink Quartz, Blue Reef and Peach Blush – make up the summer-ready line which promises to up the ante on pre-lightened blonde, medium blonde and light grey hair.

 

The lighter the hair, the more intense the colour will be. They fade gradually for a commitment-free approach to exuberant colour, each application lasts up to five washes and doubles up as a deep conditioning treatment mask. You can expect the Josh Wood trademark glossy, finish after use, thanks to deeply nourishing ingredients like shea butter and pequi oil within the formula. Inspired by the sophisticated pastel shades created at Marc Jacobs & Matty Bovan SS20, Josh wanted to created wearable shades that suit anyone.

 

 

“Glaze is a sophisticated pastel colour treatment that anyone can wear. They are designed by me so you can experiment with contemporary colour tones without any commitment.”

– Josh Wood

 

Undecided or reluctant to try a new shade? Josh Wood’s team of expert colourists are on hand for video consultation appointments. As well as advising on which shade is right for you and your skin tone, they will offer tips on how to apply and answer any questions you might have.

 

Josh Wood Colour Glaze in 3 new shades: Pink Quartz, Blue Reef and Peach Blush, £19 each.

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