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Formula: Cool, Crisp Blonde

Maggie Mulhern | September 15, 2016 | 2:22 PM

"My client happened to also be my personal trainer, and she is one of my muses and lets me play," says Connor Lange (@connorlangehair), Rapunzel's Hair Design, Stratford, Ontario. "She came in with 1/2" of level 7 regrowth and already very cool, icy level 10 ends. She is very diligent with her home care routine which allows her to maintain a cool, crisp blonde."

Here, Lange shares the how-to for this look:

Step 1: Lift regrowth with 35mls 20 Volume and 1 scoop of Goldwell Oxycur Platin. Process for just under 45 minutes, lifting to a clean level 10.

Step 2: Shampoo twice and condition with Goldwell Dualsenses Blonde and Highlights segments to start to acidify the hair. 

Step 3: Tone with 20mls Goldwell Colorance Lotion and 10mls Colorance 8CA. Apply to the root area and pull out 1.5". Process for 25 minutes. 

Step 4: To add more depth at the scalp, apply 10mls Goldwell Colorance Lotion and 5mls Colorance 6SB to only 1/2" from the scalp. Process for the final 5 minutes. 

Step 5: Rinse and condition with Goldwell Dualsenses Blonde and Highlights segment. Blow dry with Goldwell Stylesign Double Boost. 

 

 

 

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