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Beth Minardi Color Technical: The Golden Touch

Web Editor | July 10, 2011 | 6:24 PM
Beth Minardi Color Technical: The Golden Touch

“I want her to sparkle,” said Beth Minardi of her natural Level 6/7 model. “But more importantly, I want her to sparkle throughout. Many colorists will put all the blonde in the front and none in the back. It’s like putting a black slip under
a white dress. I believe highlights should float throughout the hair and echo what nature would do had the client been highlighted by the sun.”

To learn how Minardi and her team achieved this warm golden glow,
click here.
Beth Minardi Color Technical: The Golden Touch
Color: Beth Minardi with Minardi Executive Colorist Tohmas Elmlund and assistant Gion Vincent.
Cut and style: Rebecca Maristany
Photography: Roberto Ligresti
Make-up: Gareth Green of Illusions, NYC
Photostyling: Viviana Rodgriquez
Fashions: Wrap by Magaschoni

Beth Minardi Color Technical: The Golden Touch

Beth Minardi Color Technical: The Golden Touch
“Not all blonde has to be super, super light,” says Beth Minardi, of Minardi Salon in NYC, of the natural look she and her team created here. “A look of gentle blonde using a variety of shades can be equally striking.”

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