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Color Correction: The Better Blend

Maggie Mulhern | September 6, 2016 | 5:18 AM

Jennifer Diaz  (@jenni4president) of @thegreststudio, Poughkeepsie NY, says her client came to her looking for something ashier, blended, softer and with more dimension.

Here Diaz shares the steps to this correction using a weaving and shadowing tecnique with high and low lights:

Step 1: Blend formulas: lowlights: Schwarzkopf IGORA 4-0 with 10 volume and highlights BLONDME with 20 volume (for the back) and 30 volume (for the front).

Step 2: Start in the back. Balayage throughout with the separate formulas in a shadowing technique using Framar brushes & foils.

Step 3: Tone with IGORA Vibrance 8-4 6v.

 

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