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June 18, 2013

Natural Ombré from No Inhibition

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Natural Ombré from No Inhibition

Talk about a “looker”! No Inhibition took a standard level 5 brunette and spiced her up by utilizing a triangle shape color placement strategy. Find out how Simona achieved this look, including some rocking new formulas from No Inhibition.

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HOW-TO STEPS

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    Formula 1. NO INHIBITON Multi-Color 7.31 + 40-volume developer
    Formula 2. NO INHIBITON Multi-Color 7.1 + 40-volume developer

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    Begin by tracing a line that separates the inner crown area from the rest of the hair.

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    Next, trace a separation from ear to ear, sectioning off the deepest area.

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    In the occipital movement area create a triangle with its point facing upward.

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    Next, remaining within the movement area, create 2 triangles that point upwards on each side of the head.

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    Make a horizontal separation above the base of the first triangle to be colored. 

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    Apply a Contact paper (found at any hardware store) on the strand that was sectioned off and select the hair that is to be colored.  

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    The hair will stick to the contact paper once you lift it up from underneath.

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    Fully apply Formula#1 over the ends of the hair that has stuck to the Bright Sticker, and blend over the mid-lengths.

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    Repeat the same procedure over the 5 triangles that were previously sectioned off alternating Formulas 1 and 2 in each Triangle.

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    Make sure the front two triangles have the same color formula.

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    Fold over the contact paper and repeat the procedure up to the highest point of the triangle.