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Formulas > Protected: Justin Anderson’s Go-To Bleach & Tone
April 7, 2018

Protected: Justin Anderson’s Go-To Bleach & Tone

bleach and tone double process justin anderson @neriahfisher
Formula A

Redken Up to 7 De-Dusted Lightener + 40-volume developer + Olaplex No.1

Formula B

Up to 7 De-Dusted Lightener + 30-volume developer + Olaplex No.1

Formula C

Wella Professionals Color Charm Permanent Toner T18 + 20-volume developer + Olaplex No.1

Formula D

L’Oréal Professionnel DIA Richesse 7.01 + DIA Richesse 9.01 + 9-volume developer

Formula E

Redken Shades EQ 9V + Shades EQ Clear + Shades EQ Processing Solution

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COLOR FORMULAS

Formula A

Redken Up to 7 De-Dusted Lightener + 40-volume developer + Olaplex No.1

Formula B

Up to 7 De-Dusted Lightener + 30-volume developer + Olaplex No.1

Formula C

Wella Professionals Color Charm Permanent Toner T18 + 20-volume developer + Olaplex No.1

Formula D

L’Oréal Professionnel DIA Richesse 7.01 + DIA Richesse 9.01 + 9-volume developer

Formula E

Redken Shades EQ 9V + Shades EQ Clear + Shades EQ Processing Solution

FORMULA STEPS

bleach and tone double process justin anderson @neriahfisher olaplex blonde
Before.

 

1. Use Formulas A and B to erase the regrowth and bring the entire hair canvas to a clean blonde.

 

2. Rinse the hair and apply Formula C, leaving the roots out (which will be shadowed later). Leave on for at least 5 minutes, longer if you need to knock out some yellow spots.

 

3. Tone the entire head at the bowl with dpHUE Cool Blonde Shampoo and Conditioner.

 

4. Apply Formula D as a shadow root, combing down while processing to ensure an even blend.

 

5. Rinse, then apply Formula E as an all-over gloss. Process and rinse with dpHUE ACV Hair Rinse to lock in color.

 

bleach and tone double process justin anderson @neriahfisher