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Jerseylicious Makeover

July 11, 2011 | 12:28 AM
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MODERN Makeover challenged Anthony Lombardi, owner of Anthony Robert Salon of Verona, New Jersey, and make-up artist Olivia Blois Sharpe to create a “Jersey Club Look” on the Style Network’s newest Jerseylicious cast member, Jacquelina Bianchi. For this look, Lombardi demonstrated a foil high/lowlighting with a gentle root bump. “In this case I did a partial highlight toward the front and in the crown, with a few scattered lowlights throughout. The root was lifted slightly for a little depth along the parting.” Photo by Roberto Ligresti
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Before.
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Place on foil a medium weave from ½-inch sections and apply the highlight formula: Lakme Lak Blonde (powder) with 20-volume developer.
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Place highlights in horizontal foils in the front, along the rounds and in the crown. In the back, scatter foil demi lowlights, in the same medium weave. Formula: 7/13 Gloss Collection, a golden ash blonde, with dedicated developer.
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For the last 10 minutes, place a permanent shade of high-lift blonde along the root, between the foils to lift slightly. Root bump formula: Lakme 11/10 Super Blonding with 30-volume developer. Process for 45 minutes. Shampoo and condition the hair.
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Style hair with different curling irons sizes to achieve a varied finish.
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For volume, backcomb the base at the crown and add a chip-in extension under the backcombing. Top with a headband—Lombardi used a mask placed asymmetrically. TOOLS: BioIonic blower and Style Winder; Hot Tools curling iron.
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