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Formulas > Rose Blush Color Formula
February 19, 2017

Rose Blush Color Formula

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  • Formula A:

    Simply Blonde Blue Powder Lightener + Simply Blonde 30-volume developer + Olaplex No.1

  • Formula B:

    Demi-Permanent Color 5VR + 6R + 10-volume developer

  • Formula C:

    2 oz. Simply Blonde Sheer Tone Rose + a ribbon of Red Booster + Simply Blonde 20-volume developer

  • Formula D:

    ¼ oz. Demi-Permanent Color 6R + 1¾ oz. Sheer Tone Rose + 2 oz. Simply Blonde 20-volume developer

Kitchens: they’re more than just a room in your home for storing, preparing and eating food. Turns out, they can also double as a beauty hotspot…at least it does for bestie stylists Yadira Muñoz (@jedihairmaster) and Mirella Manelli (@mirellamanelli). They call themselves kitchen beauticians, which basically means that when they’re not in the salon working with clients, they’re in their kitchen trying out new color formulas on their friends, and that’s exactly where this rich rose blush color came from! Dying to know the deets? We were, too. So we reached out and got the how-to from Yadira. Get the steps below.

 

Pricing: “So normally if we weren’t playing kitchen beautician and this were a regular client, I would’ve charged about $300 starting price for cut, ombré, full color and treatment,” shares Yadira.

Who Did It

Colorist: Mirella Manelli; Yadira Munoz

COLOR FORMULAS

  • Formula A:

    Simply Blonde Blue Powder Lightener + Simply Blonde 30-volume developer + Olaplex No.1

  • Formula B:

    Demi-Permanent Color 5VR + 6R + 10-volume developer

  • Formula C:

    2 oz. Simply Blonde Sheer Tone Rose + a ribbon of Red Booster + Simply Blonde 20-volume developer

  • Formula D:

    ¼ oz. Demi-Permanent Color 6R + 1¾ oz. Sheer Tone Rose + 2 oz. Simply Blonde 20-volume developer

FORMULA STEPS

1. Lift her ends using Formula A, then process for about 40 minutes. Rinse and dry the hair completely.

2. Apply Formula B at her base and pull the formula down into some of the midshaft.

3. On triangular sections, alternate applying Formulas C and D using a brick-lay technique, ensuring everything melts together really well.