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April 22, 2011

Alfaparf Arctic Lights

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Alfaparf Arctic Lights

Clear cool seduction meets sophisticated chocolate rich brown…achieve this look with New Supermeches+ Ammonia Free bleach and Color Wear tone on tone (no Ammonia ) color from Alfaparf. The shape adds a sultry twist to the classic bob.


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HOW-TO STEPS

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    Formula A: ½ part Color Wear 3 + ½ Color Wear 4.52 + 2 parts Color Wear Activator
    Formula B: 1 part Color Wear 10.02 + 2 parts Color Wear Activator
    Formula c: 1 part Color Wear 8.12 + 2 parts Color Wear Activator

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    Take a triangular panel (1) in the front head. An angle of this triangle is turned to the center of the left eye an angle goes towards the upper side of the head and is aligned with the center of the right eyebrow; the third angle is aligned with the right temple. Lift this hair section with Equipment Supermeches+ No Ammonia.

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    Take another triangular panel (2) over the right ear. The angle closer to the forehead is aligned with the right temple and with the fore ear; the back angle is aligned with the right temple and the part behind the ear. The lowest angle of the ear is about 2 cm (0,8 inches) over the ear. Bleach this part too with Equipment Supermeches+ No Ammonia.

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    The third triangular panel (3) is located in the rear left head. Take a straight line that joins the left ear to the top. The lowest angle of the triangle is 4 cm (1,6 inches) below this line, aligned with the back ear. Bleach this section too with Equipment Supermeches+ No Ammonia.

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    Color the rest of the hair with Formula A.

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    Color panel 1 using Formula B. Color panels 2 and 3 using Formula C.

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    Divide the hair into panels as shown in the picture.

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    Panel A: Taking horizontal sections, comb the hair down and cut a net perimeter keeping the square shape.

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    Panel B: Using the length of panel A as guideline, work using a horizontal graduation technique. Raise each section to add lightness to the perimeter of this panel.