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Formulas > Ashy Blonde + Corrective Cut
November 27, 2016

Ashy Blonde + Corrective Cut

By Kenzie Powderly

  • Formula A:

    1 part Wella Professionals ILLUMINA COLOR 7/ + 1 part 7/81 + 0.3 parts 6/ + 4.6 parts Wella Professionals Color Touch Emulsion 6-volume developer

  • Formula B:

    Wella Professionals BLONDOR + Wella Professionals Koleston Perfect 20-volume developer

  • Formula C:

    1 part Wella Professionals ILLUMINA COLOR 8/38 + 1 part 9/03 + 4 parts Wella Professionals Color Touch Emulsion 6-volume developer

Bleach. It’s a powerful tool that can lead to significant damage when placed in the wrong hands. At-home bleaching is seldom a good idea, as proven by this Insta showing one woman’s hair broken off in the front as a result of too much bleach. Kenzie Powderly (@kenziepowderly), owner of The Hive in Ozark, Mo., saved this client’s hair with an ashy blonde color and corrective cut. Check it out!

 

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Who Did It

Colorist: Kenzie Powderly

Products Used

COLOR FORMULAS

  • Formula A:

    1 part Wella Professionals ILLUMINA COLOR 7/ + 1 part 7/81 + 0.3 parts 6/ + 4.6 parts Wella Professionals Color Touch Emulsion 6-volume developer

  • Formula B:

    Wella Professionals BLONDOR + Wella Professionals Koleston Perfect 20-volume developer

  • Formula C:

    1 part Wella Professionals ILLUMINA COLOR 8/38 + 1 part 9/03 + 4 parts Wella Professionals Color Touch Emulsion 6-volume developer

FORMULA STEPS

1. Balayage with Formula A, applying through the base and midlengths only.

 

2. Apply Formula B and process for 20 minutes under low heat.

 

3. Rinse, then apply Wella Professionals Service Post Color Treatment. Rinse again and apply Formula C. “Because her hair was so porous, I only let this process for 3 minutes,” shares Kenzie.

 

4. Rinse, then apply Service Post Color Treatment again.