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Purple Haze Color Melt by Susie Pham

Anne Moratto | November 26, 2014 | 12:37 PM

Susie Pham (@susiepham1087) shares her Purple Haze Color Melt process and formula:

First, balayaged and lift her to level 7-9. Then blow dried and toned with K-Pak Joico Intense Colors. 

Formula #1 i used shade Light Purple and formula #2 i mixed shades Indigo and Pink together. Then just tone each 1/4 inch section and alternate the two formulas together.

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