Press - NEW YORK POST: ADD METAL TO YOUR MANE WITH HOLLYWOOD’S HOTTEST HIGHLIGHTS

Mauricio Bermudez, a colorist at Suite Caroline in Soho, uses metallic-y toners and glosses. “You can have tri-reflective hues, almost like car paint,” says Bermudez. “We do
the balayage technique, hand-painting highlights, and afterward have fun adding in color with these tonal glazes.”

The effects, however, can be fleeting. Bermudez recommends using gentle, sulfate-free shampoo to avoid stripping the color, while Robinson suggests weekly glosses.

Then again, fly-by-night color has its advantages. “It’s a way for people to be adventurous without being super committed to it,” says Bermudez.