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April 22, 2011

Alfaparf No Ammonia Blonde

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Alfaparf No Ammonia Blonde

Sunny meets sultry in this slinky cut with summer-kissed highlights by Richard Thompson for Alfaparf. The color will dazzle at the beach or in the club, and the shape offers a fresh new approach for all of your “save-the-length” clients.


To learn more, go to www.alfaparfeduc.com  

HOW-TO STEPS

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    Formula A: 1 part Color Wear 9.13 + 2 parts Color Wear Activator
    Formula B: 1 part Color Wear 6.3 + 2 parts Color Wear Activator¬

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    Part the hair as shown in the picture.

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    Work classical highlights using Equipment Supermeches+ No Ammonia. Tonalize with Formula A.

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    Color the remaining hair with Formula B.

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    Divide the hair into panels as shown in the picture.

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    Panel A: Taking horizontal sections, cut a single long squared perimeter.

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    Panel B: Start from the center nape. Working with vertical sections, comb the hair down and cut a long squared layer. Continue working vertically overlapping all sections over the first one. Refine the perimeter joining it to the length of section A.

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    Panel C: Start from the top of the head taking vertical sections going towards the forehead; comb the hair up and cut a line. Continue overlapping all sections over the first. The length of this panel should be less and not connected to panel A and B lengths.

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    Panel D: Take horizontal sections. Comb the hair towards the exterior and cut layered lines following the head curve. Take a length similar to that of panel C and work the whole panel without overlapping.

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    Panel E: Work with sections starting from the crown to the forehead. Starting from the side closer to panel C, comb the hair up and cut a line perpendicular to the head. The length must be slightly longer than section C and D. Overlap each section to the previous one to create a short-to-long effect.

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    Refine the perimeter using different techniques to add movement and lightness.

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