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MAR-APR 2017

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32 The Colorist | MARCH/APRIL 2017 | A | 2 oz. Schwarzkopf Professional Igora Royal Highlifts 10-1 + 2 oz. 30-volume peroxide B | 2 oz. Igora Royal Highlifts 12-1 + 4 oz. 30-volume peroxide C | 2 oz. Igora Royal Highlifts 12-11 + 4 oz. 30-volume peroxide 1 Create a horseshoe section on the crown connecting above the temples. 2 Paint the section around the face and only the top, alternating formulas A, B and C to add depth while mimicking the sun's natural kiss of color. The sections on top should be around 2 inches, so there's lots of depth and movement. Process for 30 minutes. 3 Rinse, shampoo and condition. 4 For extra tone, apply Schwarzkopf Professional BlondMe Blonde Toning Ice to cool off any unwanted gold, or add more gold with BlondMe Blonde Toning Caramel. Leave on for three minutes to achieve a blush tone effect. K I M V O _ TAYLOR SWIFT Get the look: Champagne, beige and sand tones seamlessly blended into an evolution of sombré, with baby lights for added texture A | BASE 1 oz. Aloxxi Chroma 6 level Natural + 1½ oz. 20-volume developer B | HIGHLIGHT 1 oz. White Lightener + 1½ oz. 20-volume developer 1 Apply formula A to new growth. Process 30 minutes. 2 Working through the part from the crown to the bang area, using thin slices in a natural brick-lay pattern, apply formula B directly on top of the base color while processing. Apply a few thin slices near each temple as well. Process 30 minutes. 3 At the shampoo bowl, remove the foils and emulsify the base color with the lightener. 4 Rinse thoroughly. Cleanse with Aloxxi ColourLock. Towel-dry hair. Apply Marco Color Hydrate Conditioner for a few minutes. M A R C O P E L U S I CAROL ALT Get the look: A dimensionalized brunette, achieved by doing "foil on color"—foiling directly through the base color while it's applied and processing for a natural, soft highlight G E O R G E PA PA N I K O L A S HANNAH JETER Get the look: A seamless blend from the root color with delicate hand-painted balayage to the stronger blonde at the ends A | HIGHLIGHT 2 scoops Matrix Light Master + 2 oz. 40-volume Cream Developer + Bond Ultim8 Step 1 Amplifi er B | BASE equal parts Color Sync 7N and 7AG + 10-volume Cream Developer 1 Delicately paint baby-fi ne highlights, framing the face through the crown. Process until dry. 2 Take large horizontal sections, back-combing into fi ne slices. 3 Apply V-shapes into the foils to connect the fi rst step with the second step. Process for 50 minutes. 4 Cleanse and condition with Matrix Biolage R.A.W. Nourish Shampoo and Conditioner. A U B R E Y L O O T S AMY PAFFRATH Get the look: A rich butter- cream blonde with balanced highlights and low-lights A | BASE 2 oz. Wella Illumina Color 8/ + 2 oz. 20-volume developer B | HIGHLIGHT 1 1 oz. Blondor + 1½ oz. 10-volume developer C | HIGHLIGHT 2 ½ oz. Blondor + 1 oz. 20-volume developer D | LOW-LIGHT 1 oz. Color Touch 7/73 + 2 oz. 1.9% developer E | GLOSS ½ oz. Illumina Color 10/36 + ½ oz. 10/38 + 2 oz. Koleston Perfect Pastel Developer 1 Apply highlights and low-light formula in foils in a herringbone pattern. For the highlights, alternate formula B with a few foils using formula C. Apply formula A between the foils. 2 After processing is complete, shampoo with Wella Elements Renewing Shampoo. 3 Towel-dry and apply Service Color Post Treatment for three minutes; rinse. 4 Apply formula E; process eight minutes. 5 Rinse and fi nish with Blondor Seal & Care and then Elements Lightweight Renewing Conditioner. PHOTOGRAPHY: GUSTAVO CABALLERO; JIM SPELLMAN; FREDERICK M. BROWN; TASIA WELLS

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