Eufora Formula: Beach Balayage by Mirza Batanovic

Victoria Wurdinger | September 27, 2016 | 2:19 PM
Hair: Mirza Batanovic, Eufora style director

Mirza Batanovic, Eufora style director, creates a bold statement with Eufora’s beach-inspired balayage. It's a look that works well on men, too! 

Starting level: 5

1. Mix EuforaColor Aloe Lite Pods with 40-volume developer (1:2 ratio) and Color Elixir Professional additive (1 pump per 30 g of mixed lightener). Using a balayage technique, apply lightener to replicate a sun-kissed pattern. Lighten to level 9

2. Rinse and cleanse with Eufora Hero for Men Complete Shampoo (do not condition). Towel dry.

3. Mix EuforaColor No Ammonia 8.01/8NA and a cc of No Ammonia 1.10/1BB with 7-volume developer (1:2 ratio) and Color Elixir Professional Additive. Apply and process for 10 to 20 minutes, depending on desired depth. Rinse and cleanse with Complete Shampoo (do not condition).

4. Seal color with 3-5 pumps Color Elixir Professional Sealer. Rinse and style as desired.


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