January 7, 2015
Introducing Marsala: Pantone’s Color of the Year for 2015
Marsala, Pantone’s Color of the Year for 2015, is as rich and robust as the wine for which it is named. Photos of celebrities wearing the new hue are already being splashed across the pages of online fashion news sites including those of Beyoncé, Taylor Swift, Emma Stone, Miranda Kerr, Mila Kunis and many more. The consensus is that Marsala is an earthy tone that translates across a number of uses and is as equally suited to clothing, hair color, makeup and nail art, as it is to designer gowns or home furnishings.
Celebrities Take the New Hue to the Red Carpet and Beyond
The Pantone Color of the Year has been described in almost as many ways as it has uses. Some consider the color an “off-maroon” while others refer to it as a “plummy-grey.” Pantone is the world-renowned authority on color and introduces Marsala as a “wine red that enriches our minds, bodies and souls.”
Build Your Professional Reputation with Marsala in Your Hair and Beauty Business
With regards to beauty and fashion, knowing when and where to use the color to its best advantage is certain to set stylists and makeup artists apart. Any time this many celebrities are leading the way with a new look, you can rest assured that many of their fans are going to be ready to follow in their footsteps!
Marsala for Makeup, Hair and Nails
Some top cosmetic brands are already offering customers Marsala hue makeup that beautifully showcases the Pantone color of the year. Hair stylists know all too well how popular the use of bold and vibrant color has become as a highlight to give hair more pizzazz. It is already becoming obvious that hairdressers can move the Radiant Orchid from last year to make room for a more versatile color that is right for every complexion. Marsala is quickly taking hold as the new way to provide an all-over hue, or to use as subtle highlights or lowlights depending on how much impact you want to make with your hair color.
Nail polish in the new hue can give nail technicians something new to work with as well. Marsala is great for all-over coverage or for highlighting designs to match your shoes, designer dress, or those perfectly place strands in your hair! Hair and beauty professionals of all kinds should be prepared to meet the demand for the applications that clients will be demanding in the coming year.