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How To: Sunrise Technique

Jan Hillenmeyer | August 13, 2013 | 1:58 PM

Color specialist Jesse Marcks, owner of Au Fait Salon in Madison, Wisconsin, is a member of the Goldwell Artistic Team.  Her “Pushing Sunrise” effect, achieved with Goldwell Topchic and Elumen Hair Color, results in shimmering shades that rival the most spectacular sun rise.

“Adding accent color is the perfect way to customize color, and this formula makes my clients feel like anything is possible,” says Marcks.

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-     Marcks creates the background color with 50ml 40vol Goldwell Topchic Developer + 20ml 11 SV + 3ml Goldwell Blonding Creme + 2ml 7 RO Goldwell Topchic Hair Color.
-     Color detailing is created with micro slices of Goldwell Elumen Hair Color in the following formulas.
      1.    40ml [email protected] + 30ml [email protected] + 10ml [email protected] + 2ml [email protected] +2 ml [email protected]
      2.    30ml SV @10 + 2ml [email protected] + 1ml [email protected]
      3.    25ml [email protected] + 3ml [email protected] + 3ml [email protected] + 2ml [email protected]
      4.    40ml [email protected] + 6ml [email protected] +2ml [email protected] + 2ml [email protected]

To towel-dried hair, Marcks applied Goldwell Elumen 35ml [email protected] + 25ml Clear + 7ml  [email protected] + 3ml  [email protected] + 2ml [email protected]

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