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November 19, 2008

TIGI Remix Collection Colour Step-by-Step

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TIGI Remix Collection Colour Step-by-Step

Complement the cutting technique from TIGI’s Remix Collection with colour to add both strength and a delicate edge to the haircut. Tones of “Dark Decadent Chocolate” and “Grape” were used to give great clarity and superb shine to the hair.


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HOW-TO STEPS

  • 1

    Colours used:
    TIGI Colour Radiant Glosswith TIGI Colour Activator 8.5 volume/2.55% 
    TIGI Colour Ultra Lift Brunette Serieswith TIGI Colour Activator 40 volume/12%
    Toned with TIGI Colour Mix Masterwith TIGI Colour Activator 8.5 volume/2.55%

    Before starting the colouring technique apply TIGI Colour Stain Removal/Barrier Cream around the hairline.

    Take out a large, irregular zig-zag section through the top layers finishing behind the ear on each side.

  • 2

    Put on protective gloves.

  • 3

    Through the roots, on the remaining uncoloured hair, apply TIGI Colour Radiant Gloss.

  • 4

    Isolate this area with TIGI Meche Strips.

  • 5

    Halve the sections through the front.

  • 6

    Starting with one side, take a large section and work from the bottom to the top of the shape applying TIGI Colour Radiant Glossthrough the roots and blending TIGI colour Ultra Lift Brunette Seriesthrough the mid lengths and ends. 

  • 7

    Continue with this technique and colour choice until the top of the shape is reached.

  • 8

    On the other side, repeat the same technique.

  • 9

    Once the hair has been shampooed and conditioned with TIGI Haircare products, tone the hair with TIGI Colour Mix Masterwith TIGI Colour Activator 8.5 volume/2.55% and allow the colour to develop visually.