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HOW-TO: Cool Platinum Blonde with Blue and Violet Accents

Jamie Newman | May 17, 2016 | 10:51 AM
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An icy, arctic blonde takes on softness and romanticism while transitioning into whispers of lavender that move into bold blues and violets using Aloxxi color.

 

FORMULA & APPLICATION

Natural level 6

 

Formula 1: Aloxxi Blue Lightener with 20-volume developer in a 1:2 ratio

Formula 2: 20 g Aloxxi Tones 10V with 40 g 7-volume developer

Formula 3: 5 g Tones B GEM + 5 g 10V with 10 g 7-volume developer

Formula 4: 5 g Tones V GEM + 2 g R GEM with 14 g 7-volume developer

Formula 5: 15 g Tones 10V + 5 g V GEM with 40 g 7-volume developer

 

1. Prep hair with ColourPrime Pre Color Treatment. Apply Formula 1 globally and pre-lighten to pale yellow. Process up

to 50 minutes, rinse and apply ColourLock.

2. Apply Formula 2, process 10-15 minutes, rinse and apply ColourLock.

3. Create two rectangular sections on either side of the rightside part. It should move from the top to the back of the ear. Starting at the bottom of the rectangle on the left, create two slices of Formula 3, two slices of Formula 4 and two slices of Formula 5, applying formulas from base to ends. Continue through the section by feather-painting Formula 4 on mid-lengths and ends.

4. Starting at the bottom of the rectangle on the right, create one slice of Formula 3, applying it from base to ends. Continue working through the section by feather-painting Formula 4 through the mid-lengths and ends. Process 15 minutes and rinse.

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