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Beth Minardi's "Classy, Not Brassy" Blonding Formula and Steps

Alison Alhamed | March 25, 2013 | 9:26 AM

Beth Minardi's "Classy, Not Brassy" Blonding Formula and StepsBeth Minardi is known for her outstanding caliber of education she provides while on stage at major industry events or in a classroom for more intimate color classes. In the April issue of MODERN SALON, she provides one of her favorite formulas for summer shades: a rich, multi-dimensional blonde "that's classy, not brassy."

Formulas/Application:
Natural Level: 5 with previously lightened lengths
Re-growth: Beth Minardi Signature 1 oz. 10BB Laguna Beach + 1 oz. 11GO Creamsicle + 2oz. 20-volume developer
Lowlights: Beth Minardi Signature 1 oz. 6BG Cinnamon Toast + 1 oz. 8BB Bamboo + 2 oz. 5-volume developer
Saturate re-growth with Re-growth Formula, separating hair into 1/8-inch sections. Then enrich faded hair lengths by slicing selected strands into foils and applying Lowlights Formula. After wrapping the last foil, process for 30 minutes. Shampoo and condition with Minardi Luxury Color Care System 3: Nourishing Wash and After Wash.

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