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From Goldilocks to Strawberry Shortcake

Anne Moratto | January 9, 2015 | 2:26 PM
HAIR BY TRACEY CUNNINGHAM

We found this very pretty transformation on celebrated colorist Tracey Cunningham’s Instagram feed.  She shares her formula here plus a haircolorist must-have tip.

“From Goldilocks to Strawberry Shortcake in 20 minutes using Redken 5th Avenue Shades EQ,” Cunningham describes this look.

 

 

 

FORMULA:

09G/20cc +09AA/20cc + 08C/20cc + Yellow Kicker/ 20cc + Orange Kicker/10cc for 20 minutes.

"Use Color Extend Shampoo and Conditioner to keep the color and every haircolorist should own an electric scale oz and cc."

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