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Subtle Ombre

Lauren Salapatek | October 24, 2011 | 8:22 AM
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Larger panels were measured, and lowlights were applied using INOA ammonia-free hair color.
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Balayage highlights were hand painted using Platinum Plus by L'Oreal Professionnel.
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Highlights and lowlights were wrapped in plastic to retain warmth and processed for 30 minutes. As a final step, the hair was glazed with Light Blond by Diacolor.
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Before. This model's re-growth was three inches and a natural level 6 with grown out highlights.
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This model's re-growth was three inches and a natural level 6 with grown out highlights. Celebrity Hairdresser Eva Scrivo created this sombre look - a gradual ombre with less color change from roots to ends. For this look, she added a handful of lowlights and used a balayage technique to complete the look.

STEP 1: Larger panels were measured, and lowlights were applied using Inoa ammonia-free hair color.

STEP 2: Balayage highlights were hand painted using Platinum Plus by L'Oreal Professionnel.

STEP 3: Highlights and lowlights were wrapped in plastic to retain warmth and processed for 30 minutes. As a final step, the hair was glazed with Light Blond by Diacolor.

For more information on Eva Scrivo, visit http://evascrivo.com.

CREDITS:

Make-up: Vinnetta Scrivo
Stylist: Eva Scrivo and Annie Rush

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