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Eva Scrivo’s Remarkable Makeovers

Jan Hillenmeyer | July 2, 2013 | 11:38 AM

Eva Scrivo, artistic ambassador for INOA Supreme, used the new hair color to work some makeover magic on three clients. The before and afters are testament to the dramatic anti-aging effects that result from a professional hair color that addresses, not only gray hair, but changes in both hair volume and skin tone.

“The right hair color can do wonders for a woman’s overall look making her look and feel more vibrant,” says Scrivo. “Through my 20 years in the salon, I’ve learned my clients want to know what can be done to address the changes they go through and many are surprised what the right hair color can do.”

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Eva Scrivo’s Remarkable MakeoversKim came to the salon over 90 percent gray with an uneven, over-grown cut.  Scrivo applied INOA Supreme 6.31 overall, followed by balayage and a glaze of L’Oreal Professionnel  Dia Richesse 8.3 with 15 volume developer that processed for 10 minutes.

Eva Scrivo’s Remarkable MakeoversScrivo razor-cut Kim’s hair into graduated layers.  A cool-toned make-up palette accentuated her blue eyes and neutralized her skin tone.

Eva Scrivo’s Remarkable MakeoversJamie’s totally gray hair was cut in a classic chin-length bob. Scrivo used the same formula that she used on Kim—INOA Supreme 6.31 with highlights and golden glaze of Dia Richesse 8.3.

Eva Scrivo’s Remarkable MakeoversJamie’s resistant hair required a longer processing time than the recommended 35 minutes. Scrivo used a straight blade to create a shorter, layered bob.

Eva Scrivo’s Remarkable MakeoversOlivia’s hair had an unattractive build-up of box color which Scrivo removed with a clarifying shampoo.

Eva Scrivo’s Remarkable Makeovers Scrivo colored Olivia’s hair using INOA Supreme 6.54 with 20 volume developer and highlights of L’Oreal Professionnel Platinum with 20 volume. She applied a glaze of Dia Richesse 6.64 mixed with 9 volume developer that processed for 15 minutes. Scrivo cut the hair in triangular layers and finished with a flatiron.

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