Day 52: Wet Bird Couture Presents Balayage for Birds

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Here at Wet Bird Couture, the resident CFO (chief fashion officer) has just returned from a long-overdue sabbatical.

Sabbaticals, of course, are for studying and analyzing new style trends, noticing pairs of opposites (such as real winners vs real flops) and then making your expert predictions accordingly.

This can be a particularly tough job if you are the sole feathered being in your flock. Since you are the only flock member with any reliable fashion sense, you have no one else to delegate any “fashion-sensitive” tasks to!

But you bravely soldier on, because the world clearly – desperately – needs your fashion advice.

Wet Bird Couture is proud to welcome back CFO, CEO and top superbirdmodel Pearl Cutts, who is equally proud to reveal his first already-classic new look of the season!

“Balayage for Birds”

This hot new look can work equally well for avians and non-avians (although let’s be honest, avians will always wear it better).

While traditional balayage – that is, balayage for beings without feathers – is meant to be subtle, this is a look you can really play up when you’re lucky enough to be able to grow your own accent feathers.

Let’s take the classic “grey and white” feather coloration the WBC model is sporting as an example.

Traditional balayage specifies the color painting should be done either vertically or horizontally.

But with Balayage for Birds, you can go bold and do both!

The WBC model shows off perfect “horizontal” balayage color between the neck and chest feathers and equally perfect “vertical” balayage between the outer and inner wing feathers!
Pearl, Malti, Bruce & Shannon

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