Close
Hair Color Trends

HOW-TO: Brown Hair with Dimensional Caramel Using Scruples Color

Jamie Newman | May 17, 2016 | 1:37 PM
Creative director: Mia Liguori, Scruples co-president creative, Session styling: Katie Nielsen, Scruples lead design team member, Cut: Katie Nielsen, Scruples lead design team member, Color: Amanda Evans, Scruples artist, Photography: Jake Thompson, Makeup: Kumi (photo credit: Scruples)
Photo By Scruples

For an ’80s inspiration, use texture as the base of the technique, highlighting the surface of each wave to create dimension throughout the twists and bends using Scruples haircolor.

 

FORMULA & APPLICATION

Natural level 4

 

Formula 1: 1 oz 4N Scruples True Integrity Opalescent Crème Colour Level 4 Neutral with 1½ oz Pure Oxi 10-volume Crème Developer

Formula 2: 1 oz 6C Level 6 Copper + 1½ oz Pure Oxi 10-volume Creme Developer

Formula 3: 1 oz 6AN Illusionist Brilliant Crème Highlights Spiced Rum + 1 scoop Illusionist Brilliant Crème Highlights Accelerator

Powder with 1½ oz Pure Oxi 20-volume Crème Developer

 

1. Apply Formula 1 to the base area only.

2. Apply Formula 2 to the midshaft and ends. Process 30 minutes. Rinse and shampoo, then rinse again until the water runs clear

and condition. Dry thoroughly.

3. Backcomb the hair from base to ends. Wearing gloves, saturate your hands with Formula 3 and scrunch it into the backcombed hair until color is evenly saturated.

4. Process 30 minutes. Rinse, shampoo, then rinse again until water runs clear and condition.

Facebook Comments

More from Hair Color Trends

Hair Color Trends
Hair Color Trends

How To Winterize a Summer Blonde: Babylights with Reverse Balayage using Redken pH Bonder

Alison Alhamed and Jamie Newman | November 29, 2016

Our summer blonde made the perfect model to demonstrate the beauty of Redken’s new pH Bonder because although she isn’t frequently coloring her hair, living in New York City means she’s walking outside a lot with exposure to the sun and city elements—plus thermal damage from regular use of a curling wand or flatiron. So with protection and hair health being the two key benefits of the additive, she was all in.  

Load More