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Formula: Hot, Haute Red Haircolor Using Goldwell

Anne Moratto | July 8, 2016 | 1:40 PM

Michelle Rose Vance (@RedHeadVance on Instagram) at the Kristofer Salon in Austin, TX used Goldwell to give her guest this hot, haute red.

Formula 1:

Step 1. Apply 40ml #Topchic 6% (20vol) + 20ml 7RR + 20ml 7RO from root to ends and process for 30 minutes. Shampoo with Dualsenses Color Shampoo and towel dry thoroughly.

Step 2. Apply 40ml #Colorance Lotion + 20ml 7RO from root to ends. Process for 15 minutes, rinse and condition with Dualsenses Color Conditioner.

Step 3. To lock in the color and intensify the shine, apply Dualsenses Color Lock Serum to towel dry hair.

Formula 2:

Step 1. Apply 40ml Topchic 6% (20 vol) lotion + 30ml 7KR + 10ml 6KG to the root.

Step 2. Apply 60ml Topchic 9% (30 vol) lotion + 30ml 7KR + 30ml 7OO midshaft to ends and process for 30 minutes. Shampoo and condition with Dualsenses Color Care and dry hair.

Step 3. Create a triangular section on the top and both sides of the head. Alternate formula A and B throughout each section.

         Formula A. 35 ml SilkLift 3% (10 vol) + 1 scoop SilkLift Ammonia-free High Performance Lightener

         Formula B. 30ml Topchic 9% (30 vol) lotion + 10ml Blonding Creme + 5ml KK Mix. Observe processing time, then rinse, shampoo with Dualsenses Color Shampoo and towel dry the hair.

Step 4. Apply 70ml Colorance lotion + 20ml 9KG + 15ml 8OR from root to ends and process for 15 min. Rinse and condition with Dualsenses Color Conditioner.

Step 5. To lock in the color and intensify the shine, apply Dualsenses Color Lock Serum to towel-dry hair.

For more information, visit http://www.goldwell.us/.

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