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March 21, 2011

Alfaparf Audacious Contrasts Color Technical

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Alfaparf Audacious Contrasts Color Technical

In Alfaparf’s Audacious Contrasts color technical, violet brushes applied on bleached bases create extreme, eye-catching effects for adventurous clients.


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View the Product: Evolution of Color Pure Violets


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HOW-TO STEPS

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    Formula A: 1 part Evolution of Color Pure Violet 3.22 + 1.5 parts Oxid’o
    Formula B: 1 part Evolution of Color Pure Violet 4.22 + 1.5 parts Oxid’o
    Formula C: 1 part Color Wear 9.21 + 1 part clear&gloss +2 parts Color Wear Activator

    NATURAL BASE: 6

     

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    Divide the hair into panels as shown in the picture.

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    Color panel A and panel D with Formula A.

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    Apply Formula B to panel D.

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    Bleach the remaining part of the hair up to tone height 10 and apply Jean’s Color Purple to panel B.

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    Tonalize the resting part with Formula C.

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    Part the hair as shown in the picture.

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    Section A: part the lower section starting from the ear to create diagonal lines on the head. Make a 2 cm (0.8 inches) cut line parallel to the section and continue with other lines raised at 90° from the base.

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    Continue creating radial lines overlapping each lock over the previous one. Starting from the occipital bone, overlap each lock over the previous one and regulate each line with a slight lifting.

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    Define the perimeter with a curved line.

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    Take vertical sections keeping the nape length as point of reference, cut rounding the higher part and stretching towards the perimeter. Continue with radial lines with the point of the axis and cut each lock at 90° from its base.

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    Define the temple area taking a curved line.

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    Continue using the scissors tips to define the sideburns, rounding the shape over the ear.

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    Complete the fringe with a diagonal curved line.

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    Section B: take the lower length as point of reference and realize a vertical layered cut. Continue with vertical lines overlapping each lock over the first. Join the profile to the frontal side.

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    Section C: take the lower part of the fringe as guideline and cut short to long starting from the point of reference towards the opposite side. Shift the whole section over the central line.