John Frieda goes 3D for its new hair colour

The hair care brand promotes its new product line by encasing models inside a glass booth.

A two-dimensional print billboard just doesn’t cut it for hair care brand John Frieda.

Wanting to push creative boundaries for its new Precision Foam Colour, the brand worked with Dare Vancouver to place live models behind glass booths in Toronto, says Christine Speagle, brand manager, John Frieda.

The new hair colour line had already launched early this month with a campaign that had Gaggi Media placing ads created by Dare on TV, in print and online, but Speagle says the brand wanted to bump up its efforts with something one-of-a-kind.

“Our message behind the product line is all about getting salon-quality results, so what we wanted to demonstrate how amazing your hair looks after using the colour,” she says. “We had our boards come to life with the message of salon-quality results that you have to see to believe.”

So far, the models have made appearances at Yonge-Dundas Square, Sherway Gardens as well as the intersection at Queen and John with more planned for the next couple of weeks, although Speagle says that the brand will be keeping those location details under wraps for now.