Hair Color Trends

Whispy Blonde

May 29, 2012 | 2:22 PM
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1. Using the bowl and brush technique, begin with a root shading. In the ½-inch closest to the scalp, apply INOA 8.1 (medium ash blonde) and 10-volume developer
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2. Place along the front hairline as the last application to prevent over absorption. Process for 10 minutes at room temperature. Shampoo, condition, rinse and dry.
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3. To baliage, first paint the desired shade onto the palette. In this case, Platinium with 30-volume developer.
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4. Pull out fine sections and place on the pre-deposited color. Take brush and saturate to the ends or mids, depending on previous color. Do not overlap. Sections are separated by cotton.
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5. Feather the color to the root. Begin at the perimeter. Hold sections out and feather with the end of the color brush.
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6. Actively baliage the strands or sections that are most yellow. The selection is quite deliberate.
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7. Cover hair with plastic wrap and process according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
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