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Wella Color How-To: Angelic Blonde with Pink Tones

Elizabeth Jakaitis | May 11, 2015 | 1:34 PM

Wella Top Artist Eric Lindsey’s cool blonde with hints of pink creates a soft, dimensional look.  

“This inspiration is from our Distilled collection,” Lindsey says. “It shows a bit of pure angelic beauty from within and a beautiful pink halo, reminiscent of the last pure rays of the day.”

FORMULA AND APPLICATION

Natural level 7

Formula 1: 1 part Wella Freelights with 40-volume Freelights developer in a 1:5 ratio

Formula 2: Instamatic Pink Dream with Color Touch 6-volume developer in a 1:1 ratio

1. Using Formula 1 in a balayage technique, paint on a single focal point from the occipital up and around the face.

2. Next, add a thin a thin veil of Formula 2 for balayage lowlights in-between the highlighted sections. Process 45 minutes, shampoo and rinse.

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