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Secret Formula for Jane Seymour's Bond Girl Beauty

Anne Moratto | September 26, 2012 | 2:05 PM

Secret Formula for Jane Seymour's Bond Girl Beauty

Marie Ferro, owner of Marie’s Hair Studio in Malibu, CA,  has been doing actress Jane Seymour’s color and haircuts for 15 years. In preparation for a recent InStyle Magazine photo shoot celebrating “50 Years of Bond Girls” Seymour sought out Ferro for a quick touch-up.

“Jane is known as a beauty icon and is always asked about her anti-aging tips because she doesn’t look much older than when she was a Bond Girl, “ says Ferro.”One of the ways I keep her hair looking youthful is to create shine and dimension.  I use three interwoven colors and apply a toner over all for additional shine, creating a watercolor, washed effect over the entire color.”

And the cut?  “Cutting face framing layers accents her beautiful features and long layers throughout her hair gives the hair flow and movement.”

 

Secret Formula for Jane Seymour's Bond Girl Beauty


Seymour, actress, artist, philanthropist, and spokesperson, became Bond Girl beautiful with this Ferro formula:
Haircolor: Goldwell Natural Level: 6 Existing Haircolor: 1⁄2” regrowth Hair Texture: Medium-fine
Hair Condition: Healthy, slightly porous ends
Prework: Phyto Phytonectar Ultra Nourishing Oil Treatment(1 week prior to service)
Malibu C and Goldwell System Pre-Color (day of service)

FORMULA
Base: Topchic, 10 ml 6N (dark blonde), 5 ml 7N (medium blonde), 15 ml 7GB (beige blonde), 10 ml 8G
(gold blonde) + 10-volume developer

Dimensional Colorations:
Highlights: Topchic, 10 ml 11N (special natural blonde), 3 ml Blonding Cream + 40-volume developer
Lowlights: Topchic, 5 ml 8G (gold blonde), 8 ml 7KR (copper blonde), 8 ml 7KG (medium copper blonde) + 10-volume developer
Toner/Glaze: Colorance, 15 ml 8GB (light beige blonde), 15 ml 9KG (light copper gold), 10 ml Clear + Colorance Lotion

PROCEDURE
Step 1: Shampoo using Malibu C actives and Shampoo and completely dry hair.
Step 2: Apply Goldwell System Pre-Color.
 Step 3: Divide hair into 5 sections: 2 back sections, 2 side sections, and 1 pie-shaped section from the crown to the tops of the temples.
Step 4: Using foils, alternate fine weavings of the Base and Lowlights formulas throughout the back sections.
Step 5: Alternate fine weavings of the Lowlights and Highlights formulas throughout the top section, ending with the Highlights formula.
 Step 6: Finely weave the side sections using the Highlights formula for the first foil nearest the face, then alternating Base and Lowlights formulas.
 Step 7: Apply Base formula between foils at the regrowth only. Process entire haircolor until base is a natural golden brown; lowlights are copper, golden red; and highlights are natural, sun- kissed blonde.
Step 8: Shampoo and towel-dry hair. Apply Toner/Glaze formula and process for 10 minutes.
Step 9: Treat hair with Phyto Phytocitrus Vital Radiance Shampoo and Mask.

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