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Time Consuming but Worth It: Pastel Pink All-Over

Anne Moratto | November 4, 2014 | 12:54 PM
HAIR BY LINDSEY BENITEZ

Lindsey Benitez (@Lindseybenitez) shared this lovely client makeover on Instagram. 

“This was my first time taking a client an all-over pastel hair color and we absolutely love the outcome.”

How she did it:

  • I started at the shampoo bowl and did the Schwarzkopf blondme bleach with with 30 volume and emulsified with conditioner
  • Rinsed, dried and applied blondme bleach with 7 volume on scalp and 20 volume all over, rinsed and conditioned only.
  • Dried and reapplied blondme bleach with 7 volume to ends only.
  • Rinsed and applied steel blue toner , 9.5-1, 12-11 with 10 volume and toned at shampoo bowl (this is a must) rinsed, conditioner only.
  • Dried and applied a formulation of Pravana Rose Pink and Pastel Pink and Manic Panic Cotton Candy Pink with conditioner.

“Mixing the three gave the hair some great dimension instead of a flat pink.”

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