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Makeover: Faded To Rich Amber Copper

Maggie Mulhern | August 9, 2016 | 7:04 AM

Katee Petro (@kateeclaire) owner of Salon Deja Vu, Rockaway NJ and a national educator for SudzzFX inc., had quite a challenge. "This client came in with some washed out at home color and decided she wanted a total transformation. She gave me free range to do whatever I wanted!"

Here Petro shares the HOW TO:

Step 1: Apply Magicolor by Kleral on the new growth. formula: 1 part 7.43 (golden coppery red dark blonde) and 1 part 7.3 (golden dark blonde) with equal parts 10 volume developer.

Step 2: To the rest of the hair apply the same formula with a ribbon of Kleral Magicrazy Fire (red) and a ribbon of Golden Amber (a golden orange).

Step 3: Process for 35 minutes and then rinse and shampoo.

Step 4: Prep with SudzzFx Blowout Spray at the root and SudzzFX Zephyr medium hold gel through out. Blow dry using an Ergo #43 brush.  Spray with SudzzFX Liquid Luxe Shine Spray and finish with SudzzFX AirPlay hairspray for a light moveable finish.

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