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COLLECTION: Scruples Master Collection

Lauren Salapatek | February 20, 2013 | 12:54 PM
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Base Color: Scruples True Integrity Opalescent Color, Creme Color System 4RR Radiant Red; Dimension Color: Scruples Illusionist Brilliant Creme Highlights 4RV Crimson
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All over color: Scruples High Definition Custom Mixing, Gel Color 1N + 8G + 1/8 oz 6RG Chocolate Brown.
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All over color: Scruples High Definition Custom Mixing, Gel Color 1N + 8G + 1/8 oz 6RG Chocolate Brown.
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Dimension Color 1: Scruples High Definition Custom Mixing, Gel Color 8G + 6RG Level 7 Golden Red; Dimension Color 2: Scruples Blazing Highlights Custom Mixing, Gel Color Warm Copper Blonde.
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Dimension Color 1: Scruples High Definition Custom Mixing, Gel Color 8G + 6RG Level 7 Golden Red; Dimension Color 2: Scruples Blazing Highlights Custom Mixing, Gel Color Warm Copper Blonde.
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Base color 1: Scruples True Integrity Opalescent Color, Creme Color 2N Neutral; Base color 2: Scruples True Integrity Opalescent Color, Creme Color 5RR Radiant Red; Dimension color 1: Scruples Illusionist Brilliant Creme Highlights 4R Scarlet
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Base color 1: Scruples True Integrity Opalescent Color, Creme Color 2N Neutral; Base color 2: Scruples True Integrity Opalescent Color, Creme Color 5RR Radiant Red; Dimension color 1: Scruples Illusionist Brilliant Creme Highlights 4R Scarlet
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Base color: Scruples Illusionist Brilliant Creme Highlights Base Break 8AN Sandstorm; Dimension Color 1: Scruples Illusionist Brilliant Creme Highlights 9AV Bombshell; Dimension Color 2: Scruples Hypnotic Single-Step Creme Lowlights 9NG Whisper
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Base color: Scruples Illusionist Brilliant Creme Highlights Base Break 8AN Sandstorm; Dimension Color 1: Scruples Illusionist Brilliant Creme Highlights 9AV Bombshell; Dimension Color 2: Scruples Hypnotic Single-Step Creme Lowlights 9NG Whisper
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Base Color: Scruples True Integrity Opalescent Color, Creme Color System 4RR Radiant Red; Dimension Color: Scruples Illusionist Brilliant Creme Highlights 4RV Crimson
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The Masters Collection merges the simple concept of black and white to illustrate that there are two sides to every story. Inspired by the distinct clothing of Project Runway season 6 contestant Christopher Straub and the Scruples Design Team, the hair captures two universal moods we all identify with.

The white wardrobe and nude make-up reveals a soft-spoken side. These looks embrace an elegance that is powerful without being forced. The hair is full of soft movement with minimal volume and color.

Meanwhile, the black bluntly articulates the rebellious side within. With matte texture and over the top volume, the same color now takes a life of its own. Together, they tell the whole story.

CREDITS:

Styling: Scruples Design Team

Hair cut & Color: Scruples Design Team

Make-up: Heather Mora

Photography: Melanie Watson

Wardrobe: Christopher Straub

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