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FORMULA: A Gorgeous Green with Hints of Teal

Anne Moratto | January 22, 2016 | 2:47 PM

First, we love the look of the hairdresser's hand in the hair. It's a great way for Chris Winzer (@winzerplease), a hairdresser in Palm Springs, CA, to show the evenness of her color work.

STEP ONE:  Lightened up the roots with Redken Flash Lift Lightener mixed with 30 volume creme peroxide and 1/8 of Olaplex #1

STEP TWO: After the roots lifted to desired Level 8,  wash and dry hair.

STEP THREE:  "The greens I used were all Pravana Vivids and Pravana Neons." 

Roots:  Pravana Vivids,  an ounce and 1/2 of Green with an inch and 1/2  Blue.

STEP FOUR: "I balayaged all around her head, alternating between Pravana Green with an inch and 1/2 of locked-in Teal, Green, Neon Green, and very little sections of the root mixture of the green with the blue."

STEP FIVE: Process 40 minuntes, rinsed with Olaplex #2 for 20 minute rinse, washed and then dried.
         

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