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A Subtle, Delicious Change

Anne Moratto | January 3, 2016 | 3:10 PM

 Lindsey Benitez (@lindseybenitez) calls this finished shade Chestnut Praline Latte.  It is not a dramatic shift but the added dimension results in a yummy color.

STEPS and FORMULA

  • Using all Schwarzkopf USA haircolor, alternating between a slice and weave from nape to crown with 7-0 and 7-4 and 10 volume randomly thin sliced and teased a couple sections with blondme bleach with 20 volume.  Also worked same formulations through sides but sliced in more blonde. 
  • At shampoo bowl, toned beneath natural root with 7-1 and combed down.
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