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March 21, 2011

Alfaparf Velvet Effects Color Technical

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Alfaparf Velvet Effects Color Technical

In the Velvet Effects color technical from Alfaparf, thin violet highlights provide depth for a subtle yet strikingly elegant effect on dark bases.


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    Part the hair as shown in the picture: take a triangle section in the frontal area, part another section in the left area and draw a diagonal line starting from the crown and ending on the lower side of the right ear.

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    Color panel A, D, E with Formula A.

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    Apply Formula B to panel B and C.

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    Color panel F with Formula C.

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    Formula A: 1 part Evolution of Color Pure Violet 5.22 + 1.5 parts Oxid’o
    Formula B: 1 part Evolution of Color Pure Violet 1.11 + 1.5 parts Oxid’o
    Formula C: 1 part Evolution of Color Pure Violet 3.22 + 1.5 parts Oxid’o

    Natural Base: 4

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    Divide the hair as shown in the picture.

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    Section A: start cutting in the right side of the nape; create a 20 cm-long (7.9 inches) line perpendicular to the ground. Go on overlapping each lock over the previous one keeping the cut line perpendicular to the ground. Create in this way an asymmetric perimeter.

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    Section B: cut a 10 cm-long (4 inches) line parallel to the skull and use it as guideline for the following sections. Go on shifting the parallel lines over the first cut line of the section. Finally, shift the whole section over the first line.

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    Section C: use the 10 cm-long (4 inches) line of the previous section as guideline. Cut a concave cut line over the ear over which we overlap the whole section.

     

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    Section D: again, take the 10 cm-long (4 inches) line as guideline and cut a line parallel to the ground in the high part of the section.

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    Section E: cut short to long keeping the 10 cm-long (4 inches) line as point of reference. Go on with the whole section rotating and cutting each line on its base.

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    Section F: with a concave cut line in the left side and overlapping the whole section over the first one, you’ll get a long and layered fringe.

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