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July 11, 2012

Violet and Mahogany from Alfaparf

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Violet and Mahogany from Alfaparf

Have you heard? Violet color is ruling the red carpet and runway alike. Yet for the client in your chair, going all-over grape may not be a realistic option. But that’s when you chime in with the perfect solution: this chestnut color with violet accents. With this unique blend of color, your client can maintain her professional persona while also expressing her personality! See the steps in the following pages.

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    Take a 1 cm/0.39 inches circular section as shown. Color this panel mixing Evolution of the Color 4.52 + 5.65 and Oxid’o 40-volume. See additional views of this step on the following pages.

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    In this panel take a 4-pointed star-shaped section as shown in the picture. The star must be 1.5 cm/0.59 inches deep. Color this panel mixing Evolution of the Color 8.45 with Oxid’o 40-volume. See additional views of this step on the following pages.

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    3. In this star-shaped section create another star section 0.5 cm/0.20 inches deep. Color this panel, mixing Evolution of the Color 4.52 + 5.65 with Oxid’o 40-volume.

    4. Color the remaining hair (A) using Evolution of the Color 7.35 mixed with Oxid’o 20-volume.

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    The finished look. Want more from Alfaparf? Try this: Bronzed Brunette Color How-To