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Roundups > The Matrix Color Melt Jam: 3 Color Formulas
September 1, 2017

The Matrix Color Melt Jam: 3 Color Formulas

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  • Formula A (lightener)

    Matrix Light Master Lightener + BondUltim8 + 30-volume developer

  • Formula B (base)

    Matrix Color Sync Watercolors 2 oz. Berry Violet + Color Sync .05 oz. 3VV + developer

  • Formula C (accent piece)

    equal parts Matrix Colorgraphics Lacquers Light Pink + Magenta

  • Formula D (accent piece)

    2 oz. Matrix Colorgraphics Lacquers Clear + ¼ oz. Teal

  • Formula E (accent piece)

    2 oz. Matrix Colorgraphics Lacquers Clear + ¼ oz. Blue

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  • Formula A (lightener):

    Matrix Light Master Lightener + BondUltim8 + 30-volume developer

  • Formula B (base):

    Matrix Color Sync Watercolors 2 oz. Berry Violet + Color Sync .05 oz. 3VV + developer

  • Formula C (accent piece):

    Equal parts Matrix Colorgraphics Lacquers Light Pink + Magenta

  • Formula D (accent piece):

    2 oz. Matrix Colorgraphics Lacquers Clear + ¼ oz. Teal

  • Formula E (accent piece)

    2 oz. Matrix Colorgraphics Lacquers Clear + ¼ oz. Blue

  • Formula A (lightener):

    Matrix Light Master Lightener + Bond Ultim8 + 30-volume developer

  • Formula B (base):

    Matrix Color Sync Water Colors 10 oz. Berry Violet + ½ oz. Color Sync 3VV + ½ oz. Color Sync 5VV + developer

  • Formula A (color melt):

    Color Sync Watercolors Berry Violet

  • Formula B (color melt):

    Color Sync Watercolors Coral Peach

  • Formula A (lightener):

    Matrix Light Master Lightener + BondUltim8 + 30-volume developer

  • Formula B (base):

    Matrix Color Sync Vinyls Cobalt Blue

  • Formula C (vertical color melt):

    Matrix Color Sync Vinyls Midnight Violet

  • Formula D (vertical color melt):

    Matrix Color Sync SoBoost Yellow

  • Formula E (vertical color melt):

    Matrix Colorgraphics Lacquers Blue

  • Formula F (vertical color melt):

    Matrix Colorgraphics Lacquers Orange

The Matrix Color Melt Jam: 3 Color Formulas

A full squad of award-winning Matrix Artistic DirectorsChrystofer Benson, Michael Albor, Nick Stenson, Danielle Keasling, Daniel Roldan, Dilek Onur-Taylor, Michelle O’Connor and Lenny Strand—opened #thebtcshow 2017 bright and early and Sunday morning. They kicked off the show by sharing haircolor how-tos and inspiring avant garde hairstyles, created by each member of the team. “If you see something that inspires you,” Chrystofer told the crowd, “take it and make it your own. We all have something to offer, and we need to bond together as an industry.”

 

When it comes to haircolor, Matrix owns color melting, and this versatile technique was the focus of many of their looks. Here are three outstanding Matrix color melting formulas—just click the beakers and start coloring! 

Saturated Pastels

Matrix popped off #thebtcshow 2017 with dreamy formulas you can take back to the salon with you! For this formula, add clear to direct dyes to adjust the color intensity—from vivid to pale pastel.

Berry + Peach Color Melt

Matrix took the stage at #thebtcshow 2017 to share the color melt formulas your client is dreaming of! This berry + peach melt combines cool and warm tones for major dimension and movement. 

Vinyls Vertical Color Melt

Switch up your color melting technique by taking vertical slices with this formula from Matrix's stage presentation at #thebtcshow2017. For applying this formula—the closer the shades are together in terms of tone and level,

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Saturated Pastels

Matrix popped off #thebtcshow 2017 with dreamy formulas you can take back to the salon with you! For this formula, add clear to direct dyes to adjust the color intensity—from vivid to pale pastel.

Read more

Berry + Peach Color Melt

Matrix took the stage at #thebtcshow 2017 to share the color melt formulas your client is dreaming of! This berry + peach melt combines cool and warm tones for major dimension and movement. 

Read more

Vinyls Vertical Color Melt

Switch up your color melting technique by taking vertical slices with this formula from Matrix's stage presentation at #thebtcshow2017. For applying this formula—the closer the shades are together in terms of tone and level,

Read more