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April 29, 2013

Warm Multi-tonal Blonde from Wella Professionals

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Warm Multi-tonal Blonde from Wella Professionals

Blending honey and caramel may sound overly sweet, but when it’s punctuated with shots of pale lemon, the results are simply mouthwatering. With this latest look from Wella Professionals Illumina Color, we see hair that glistens with tone-on-tone splendor. This look will not only give your clients’ color depth, but will also protect their hair while it’s being processed.
See the steps below to get the look.

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HOW-TO STEPS

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    Color A = 9/60 + 9 % (30 vol.)
    Color B = 10/36 + 12 % (40 vol.)
    Color C = 10/ + 12 % (40 vol.)
    Color D = 8/1 + 10/1 +
    9 % (30 vol.)
    Color E = 4 parts 10/ + 1 part
    10/1 + 12 % (40 vol.)

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    Divide the hair into four sections.Take a diagonal slice of the first section and apply Color A: 9/60 +9 % (30 vol.) to the root area.

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    Then apply Color B: 10/36 + 12 % (40 vol.) throughout the mid-lengths and ends, blending with Color A:9/60 + 9 % (30 vol.) to ensure no demarcation line.

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    Next, drop the slice, then repeat using Color A: 9/60 + 9 % (30 vol.) on the root area, but this time with Color C: 10/ + 12 % (40 vol.) throughout the mid-length and ends, blending as before.

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    Continue in this way until the whole section has been covered.

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    Repeat for the remaining three sections.

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    Finally, apply Color D: 8/1 + 10/1 + 9 % (30% vol.) to the root area and color E: 4 parts 10/+ 1 part 10/1+12% (40vol.) throughout the mid-lengths and ends throughout the remainder of the hair.

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