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Cold and Bold: '90s Influence Seen in Work by Anastasia Amico

Anne Moratto | April 9, 2015 | 8:41 AM

Anastasia Amico, Color Director for John Amico (@anastasia.amico) says the 1990s are back in a big way. 

"I am seeing bowl cuts, bold color and strong streaks... and flare pants! I took that inspiration for this cold and bold dimensional color. Cool nuances are everything right now, so I incorporated the icy trend with a '90s touch!"

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STEP 1: Highlighted with John Amico Green Bleaching Sands until level 10 degree was reached.

STEP 2: Then toned with Violet + Blue blend to get this ocean crisp finish. Sealed the color with the John Amico Bio-vita-tin 3 step system: shampoo, conditioner, leave in reconstructor.

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