TIGI promised those attending its Copyright Colour Tour and intimate insight into the brand and that’s exactly what was on offer. Matthew Batham was in the audience when the tour kicked off at Sopwell House in St Albans and, along with the other guests, was treated to a day of creative inspiration and an insight into how colour can add value to any salon business. Among those welcoming guests to the event were TIGI founder Anthony Mascolo, who reiterated the TIGI brand’s commitment to staying professional and sticking to its ethos of being ‘by hairdressers, for hairdressers’. Also there to educate and inspire guests were members of the TIGI artistic team, including global creative technical director, Christel Lundqvist and European technical creative director, Warren Boodaghians. The colour maestros demonstrated the versatility of Copyright Colour creating model looks that were both bold statement and beautifully commercial. Making a guest appearance was multi-award winning hairdressing and successful salon owner Andrew Collinge, who spoke about what Copyright Colour had brought to his business. The day also including styling demonstrations, plus some freehand colour by Anthony Mascolo himself, using spraypaint on wigs.