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How-Tos > Colorblocked Copper and Blonde Color How-To from Alfaparf Milano
April 5, 2012

Colorblocked Copper and Blonde Color How-To from Alfaparf Milano

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Colorblocked Copper and Blonde Color How-To from Alfaparf Milano

One of the hottest trends on the runway? Colorblocking. It involves contrasting solid color in segments: a pink shirt paired with a red skirt, for example, and the result is a chic look that works both on the runway and in reality. But have you considered colorblocking with your haircolor creations? In this step-by-step from Alfaparf Milano, you’ll learn how to create a subtle colorblocked look with a bright blonde and a soft copper hue.

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    Take a circular panel keeping 2.5 cm/0.98 inches from behind the forehead, and 3 cm/1.18 inches from ears, sitting directly on the occipital bone.

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    In this panel, section a 1 cm/0.39 inches-deep diagonal line along the front left side of the circle. Work some 0.5 cm/0.20 inches hair sections along this line using Evolution of the Color 8.4 mixed with Oxid’o 20-volume.

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    Another diagram for the previous step.

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    Continue in the same way, working 3 other diagonal lines along the perimeter.

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    Color the remaining hair inside the circular section using Evolution of the Color 8NB mixed with Oxid’o 10-volume.

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    This look is perfect for your fashion-forward clients!

    Click here to see another step-by-step from Alfaparf: Bronzed Brunette