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Rich Brunette: Lesley Lawson Uses Igora Color By Schwarzkopf

Alison Alhamed | March 25, 2013 | 11:47 AM

From New York, to London, to Paris and Milan, Fashion Week catwalks across the globe inspire hair trends on the red carpet, the big screen, magazine covers and the streets. Schwarzkopf Professional Global Ambassador Lesley Lawson created this catwalk-inspired brunette hair color designed to relate to chiffons, lace and satins, mixed with tuxedo styles and masculine detailing. Ultimately, this beautiful brunette has a feminine finish due to strategic hair color placement of highs and lows.

The Artist
Lesley Lawson
Schwarzkopf Professional Global Ambassador

Section hair into two oblong shapes that circle the top and crown. Leave the nape free. Beginning in nape, apply Igora Royal 5-68 with 3%/10-volume Igora Royal Oil Developer. Work from the re-growth to two inches down. Cover the section with foil. Move up and apply the formula to the new growth of the oblong section. Immediately apply a second formula, Igora Royal 8-65 + 8-77 (8:1) with 6%/10-volume Igora Royal Oil Developer, to midshaft and ends of this section and protect with foil. Next, move to the top oblong section and apply the first formula from scalp to ends. Process for 30 minutes, shampoo with BC Hairtherapy Color Save Shampoo, apply BC Hairtherapy Conditioner for maximum color sealing.


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