THE FIX: Damaged To Rich Deep Chocolate in 2 Steps!

Maggie Mulhern | May 13, 2016 | 11:01 PM

Asil Simşek (@asilsmsk) of Val el Salon and Spa, NYC, says this guest, who found him on Instagram, dealt with a tough challenge of bringing this heavily damaged head of hair back to life.

Here, Simsek shares how he utilized the existing color to add dimension, creating a fresh, modern look in just two steps:

Step 1: Using Wella Koleston Perfect, blend one tube of 6.1 and one tube of 6.7 with 20 volume developer. Apply from roots to mids, leaving the ends out.

Step 2: Process for 20 minutes and then draw through to the ends for an additional 15 minutes. Shampoo and condition.

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