Paper Not Foil joins Colour World for the first time in 2019
Paper Not Foil at #CWUK19
Paper Not Foil is the product that the hairdressing industry has been waiting for and now it is available in the UK and will be showcased for the first time at Colour World…
This is the first environmentally-friendly alternative to traditional hair colour essentials such as meche or foil, which degrades without any toxic waste, and is made using 96% less energy than foil.
Paper Not Foil is made from ground-down industrial waste from the construction industry, which is simply recycled and turned into paper, producing zero toxic waste in the process. No water is used in its manufacturing and its carbon emissions are incredibly low, resulting in a product that is recyclable, photo-degradable and compostable under suitable conditions. This is a huge benefit for salons, because unless foil has been rinsed after use and is completely free from colour, it can’t be recycled.
Expect to see plenty of creative colouring from the Paper Not Foil colour team, who will be demonstrating exactly how versatile the product can be. Its chalk like texture means it grips well to the hair, and unlike foil you don’t need to fold the edges over into parcels, saving time when applying colour. Simply place onto the hair, apply colour and fold together.
At Colour World UK we believe in colourists being equally important as hairdressers to the success of a salon business! Clients, therefore deserve excellent colour services, embracing the importance of a great colour consultation through to end result. Most of all we salute manufacturers and brands offering a great product innovation which enable colour technicians to explore their creativity and offer a bespoke colour to every client. We offer colour conversation and inspiration for you to browse, and respect colour-focused education and events from what’s on and where, to our own Colour World UK event 2019 which support our industry and promise to do our best to bring you news and information to help you succeed.
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