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How-Tos > A Blushing Blonde Color Technique from Keratin Complex
November 6, 2013

A Blushing Blonde Color Technique from Keratin Complex

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A Blushing Blonde Color Technique from Keratin Complex

This gorgeous shade from the Keratin Complex Color Therapy Hologram Trend Collection has the perfect pop of pink to please any client who wants to take a walk on the wild side—without total commitment. We love how the warm blush accent dances like candlelight against the platinum base.

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HOW-TO STEPS

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    Formula A (lightener): 30 ml It’s a Blonde Thing Keratin Lightening System® powder + 30 ml It’s a Blonde Thing 20-volume developer
    Formula B (peach reflect): 15 ml .48/CP (Copper Pearl) + 15 ml KeraHold Zero Lift developer
    Formula C (flame): 15 ml 6.43/6CG (Dark Copper Gold Blonde) + 15 ml KeraHold Zero Lift developer
    Formula D (lunar blonde): 15 ml 10.1/10A (Ultra-Light Ash Blonde) + 15 ml KeraHold Zero Lift developer
    Formula E (brilliant wheat blonde): 30 ml 9.1/9A (Lightest Ash Blonde) + 30 ml KeraHold 20-volume developer

     Take an off-center diamond shape from the occipital along parietal to brow area. Pre-lighten this section using Formula A. Lift to a pale yellow. Shampoo and condition the hair with Keratin Complex® Blondeshell® Debrass & Brighten Shampoo and Conditioner. Blow-dry.

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    Apply Formula B using a back-to-back slicing technique. Slice on an off-center triangle within the diamond, from apex to 1 inch from hairline. Outline the entire shape with a slice technique (two foil widths), using Formula C.

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    Apply Formula D on the remainder of the diamond shape. Apply Formula E on the remainder of the head with a classic tint application and process according to recommended manufacturer instructions.

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