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Formulas > Balayage: Bad to Bomb!
June 2, 2016

Balayage: Bad to Bomb!

Formula A (root):

5VR + 10-volume developer

Formula B (front lightener):

Up to 7 Lightener + 30-volume developer

Formula C (back lightener):

Up to 7 Lightener + 40-volume developer

Formula D (toner):

Shades EQ Gloss 9V + 9T + Shades Developer

Formula E:

Shades EQ Gloss 7NW + 9NW + Shades Developer

From bad to bomb! Stylist Chellsie Kiger (@chellsiedanielle) from Dollhouse Salon in San Jose, Calif. saved her client from one sad ombré! Using a combination of balayage, toning and glossing techniques, Chellsie was able to remove a harsh line of demarcation and melt those tones. See how she did it!

 

Pricing
Lightening/Balayage: $200

Extra Toner: $40
Melted Roots: $75
Total: $315

Who Did It

Colorist: Chellsie Kiger
Manufacturer: Redken, @redken

COLOR FORMULAS

Formula A (root):

5VR + 10-volume developer

Formula B (front lightener):

Up to 7 Lightener + 30-volume developer

Formula C (back lightener):

Up to 7 Lightener + 40-volume developer

Formula D (toner):

Shades EQ Gloss 9V + 9T + Shades Developer

Formula E:

Shades EQ Gloss 7NW + 9NW + Shades Developer

FORMULA STEPS

1. Apply Formula A on the roots using a Redken Blur Brush to melt down.

2. While Formula A processes, balayage Formula B through the top and side sections.

3. Next, balayage Formula C on the back sections.

4. Process hair to desired level. Next, tone with Formula D for 2 minutes.

5. Gloss with Formula E. Process 15 minutes.