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Nicole Richie's New Shade Is a Hit

Maggie Mulhern | July 10, 2011 | 8:49 PM

Don’t you just LOVE a perfect color formula? There’s been a ton of buzz about Nicole Richie’s new fab "rich" brown with caramel lights. George Papanikolas, Joico Celebrity Colorist, created the new shade at the Andy Lecompte Salon in West Hollywood, California. He agreed to share the formula with the Modern audience:

For the base and lowlights George used Joico Vero-Kpak Color: 1/2 Medium Golden Brown (5G), 1/2 Light Golden Brown(6G).

For the dimensional coloration, George glossed the hair with Joico Chrome in Sandalwood (G6).

Nicole Richie's New Shade Is a Hit

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