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Cherry Coke Color Formula

Anne Moratto | September 25, 2016 | 2:17 PM

Erin Vroman (@iwearblackallday) is a barber/stylist with an impressive body of work. This color was inspired by Cherry Coke, and the subtle play between deep cherry red and rich chocolate tones.

TIGI Copyright Colour

Formula: 66/65 + 55/22 + /00

Process: 

Pre-lightened with 8.5/20v foil painted bleach highlights on level 5 hair; 6 foils max per side, 3 in back; 

Shampoo and rinse; towel dry; apply 3/4 of 66/65 to 1/4 of 55/22 with 8.5v for that cherry coke vibe.

Cut includes heavy internal texture and de-bulking while maintaining the weight and length of the top layer to keep air drying and low maintenance styling at the heart of how to wear this new cut for my client.

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