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Formulas > Rooty Pastel Purple
February 14, 2018

Rooty Pastel Purple

By Roy Ren

  • Natural Level:

    Virgin Asian hair

  • Formula A:

    Matrix Light Master + 40-volume developer + Uberliss Bond Regenerator

  • Formula B:

    Matrix Light Master + 30-volume developer + Uberliss Bond Regenerator

  • Formula C:

    PRAVANA ChromaSilk VIVIDS Silver

  • Formula D:

    Uberliss Bond Sustainer 30g Purple Iris + 30g Blue Peony + 10g Magenta Orchid

  • Formula E:

    Uberliss Bond Sustainer 30g Pink Rose + 20g Lilac + 20g Soft Pink Dahlia

Rainbow creations are so yesterday 💁🏻 Instead, your Instagram feed is about to be flooded with tone on tone color like this rooty pastel purple from Roy Ren (@unfade_royren), owner of Unfade Hair Studio in New York. It’s still bold but more wearable, and relies on differing shades of one color to achieve the ultimate multi-tonal masterpiece. Find out how he did it below!

 

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Total chair time: 7 hours

 

Pricing
First bleach: $140
Second bleach: $140
Pre-toning: $120
Color melt: $160
Styling: $35
Total: $595

 

Who Did It

Manufacturer: Matrix, @matrix; PRAVANA, @pravana; Uberliss

Products Used

COLOR FORMULAS

  • Natural Level:

    Virgin Asian hair

  • Formula A:

    Matrix Light Master + 40-volume developer + Uberliss Bond Regenerator

  • Formula B:

    Matrix Light Master + 30-volume developer + Uberliss Bond Regenerator

  • Formula C:

    PRAVANA ChromaSilk VIVIDS Silver

  • Formula D:

    Uberliss Bond Sustainer 30g Purple Iris + 30g Blue Peony + 10g Magenta Orchid

  • Formula E:

    Uberliss Bond Sustainer 30g Pink Rose + 20g Lilac + 20g Soft Pink Dahlia

FORMULA STEPS

1. Prelighten the hair with Formula A, then switch to Formula B and prelighten again. Process until she reaches a Level 9.

 

2. Rinse, then pre-tone with Formula C. Process for 20 minutes, or until she reaches a silvery/gray tone, and rinse again.

 

3. Apply Formula D to the roots and Formula E to the midlengths. Then, spray water on the roots and midlengths and let it drip to the ends.