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A Dip Disaster Overhaul

Anne Moratto | December 9, 2014 | 12:15 AM

Steven Kahn from SalonSk (@salonsk) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania did a major overhaul on this unfortunate ombre.

"The client came in with a bleached copper tone dip ombré. For the first step, I balayaged the hair from the nape to the top of ear. To break the harsh line of demarcation, I balayaged subtly around the face and crown to soften the base."

"For the second setep, I double toned the hair. For the first toner, I used 9ng + 6vol from Wella Color Touch to feven out the tone. For the second toner, I used 9A 1 1/2 + 8b 1/2 +6vol in Wella Color Touch. Processing time was 20 minuntes."

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