The edgy cut and color compromise: now you see it, now you don’t. Colorist Sarah Conner‘s client came in requesting an edgy cut and color, however, her client’s mother preferred something much more conservative. The compromise was as long as her mother couldn’t see it, Sarah had free range to do whatever she wanted. Paired up with stylist Alessandra Saman who used a cutting technique called an ‘undercut’, Sarah applied ruby red, canary yellow, and rose blush champagne colors to her client’s new undercut, which can be easily seen or hidden. We love the end result, it’s edgy, unique, and can be traditional too.