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How-Tos > Café Latte Color with Mocha Accent How-To
March 21, 2012

Café Latte Color with Mocha Accent How-To

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Café Latte Color with Mocha Accent How-To

Café latte. Mocha. Coffee. You might think we’re just jonesing for caffeine, but we’re actually looking at this gorgeous color look from Alfaparf Milano’s The 70’s Collection. Featuring slices of color that resemble cream cutting a cappuccino, the color in this look gradates forward to a darker accent section of coffee color with hints of caramel to create an overall appearance that makes us want to run to the nearest coffee shop in sight. So sit back, relax and learn how you can create this stunning color combination on your next client!


Want another step-by-step? Check out the 1970s-Inspired Voluminous, Textured Cut from Alfaparf Milano! 


 

HOW-TO STEPS

  • 1

    Create triangle A with the top pointing toward the base of the skull in the center of the back of the head. Using triangle A as a base, create two B triangles, points down and behind the ear. To the sides of the B triangles, create two trapezoids.

    Look on to see additional views of the sectioning.

  • 2

    Look on to see another view of the sectioning.

  • 3

    Look back to see more views of the sectioning.

  • 4

    Within panel A, create 1 cm (0.39 inches). thick sections. Alternate applications of Color Wear 7.14 and the Equipment Supermeches+bleaching mixture, leaving sections of untreated hair in between. Repeat with panels B and C.

    See next step for an additional view of the application.

  • 5

    Another view of the color application.

  • 6

    Apply Color Wear 8.12 to the remaining hair. Finally, brighten highlights with Color Wear 10.1.

  • 7

    This is what the final result should look like! Click here to learn how to create this cut on your client!