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October 30, 2017

Chocolate and Honey Balayage

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  • Formula A (base)

    Framesi Professional Framcolor Futura 6C + 10-volume developer

  • Formula B (hairline)

    Framesi Professional Framcolor Futura 7.01 + 10-volume developer

  • Formula D (root gloss)

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  • Formula E (gloss on ends)

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Chocolate and Honey Balayage

Warm, dimensional tones for fall? Absolutely. Celeb blonder Justin Anderson (@justinandersoncolor) warmed up his brunette client with a gorgeous honey balayage, plus he painted a golden money piece to highlight her face—and the result? This fall-worthy, chocolate and honey haircolor! Get the formulas and the full video how-to below!

Manufacturer: Framesi Professional; Redken, @redken

COLOR FORMULAS

  • Formula A (base)

    Framesi Professional Framcolor Futura 6C + 10-volume developer

  • Formula B (hairline)

    Framesi Professional Framcolor Futura 7.01 + 10-volume developer

  • Formula D (root gloss)

    Redken Shades EQ 8N + 6N + Shades EQ Processing Solution

  • Formula E (gloss on ends)

    Redken Shades EQ 8N + 6N + 9N + Shades EQ Processing Solution

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HOW-TO STEPS

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    • Formula A (base)

      Framesi Professional Framcolor Futura 6C + 10-volume developer

    • Formula B (hairline)

      Framesi Professional Framcolor Futura 7.01 + 10-volume developer

    • Formula D (root gloss)

      Redken Shades EQ 8N + 6N + Shades EQ Processing Solution

    • Formula E (gloss on ends)

      Redken Shades EQ 8N + 6N + 9N + Shades EQ Processing Solution

    1

    Apply Formula A to the base and pull it through the ends. Apply Formula B around the hairline. Process, then rinse.

  • open color formula
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    • Formula A (base)

      Framesi Professional Framcolor Futura 6C + 10-volume developer

    • Formula B (hairline)

      Framesi Professional Framcolor Futura 7.01 + 10-volume developer

    • Formula D (root gloss)

      Redken Shades EQ 8N + 6N + Shades EQ Processing Solution

    • Formula E (gloss on ends)

      Redken Shades EQ 8N + 6N + 9N + Shades EQ Processing Solution

    2

    Create highlights by applying Formula C throughout the hair. Process until the hair lifts to a buttery, golden blonde. Rinse, shampoo and condition with dpHUE Apple Cider Vinegar Rinse.

  • open color formula
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    • Formula A (base)

      Framesi Professional Framcolor Futura 6C + 10-volume developer

    • Formula B (hairline)

      Framesi Professional Framcolor Futura 7.01 + 10-volume developer

    • Formula D (root gloss)

      Redken Shades EQ 8N + 6N + Shades EQ Processing Solution

    • Formula E (gloss on ends)

      Redken Shades EQ 8N + 6N + 9N + Shades EQ Processing Solution

    3

    Paint face-framing highlights by applying Formula C to create the “money piece.” Take back-to-back slices and fine weaves for a bright burst of color. Then, rinse.

  • open color formula
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    • Formula A (base)

      Framesi Professional Framcolor Futura 6C + 10-volume developer

    • Formula B (hairline)

      Framesi Professional Framcolor Futura 7.01 + 10-volume developer

    • Formula D (root gloss)

      Redken Shades EQ 8N + 6N + Shades EQ Processing Solution

    • Formula E (gloss on ends)

      Redken Shades EQ 8N + 6N + 9N + Shades EQ Processing Solution

    4

    Apply Formula D on the roots and Formula E on the ends. Process, then rinse.

  • open color formula
    close formula
    • Formula A (base)

      Framesi Professional Framcolor Futura 6C + 10-volume developer

    • Formula B (hairline)

      Framesi Professional Framcolor Futura 7.01 + 10-volume developer

    • Formula D (root gloss)

      Redken Shades EQ 8N + 6N + Shades EQ Processing Solution

    • Formula E (gloss on ends)

      Redken Shades EQ 8N + 6N + 9N + Shades EQ Processing Solution

    5

    Finished Look

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