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It&ly Hairfashion Formula: Savannah Tan by Federica Trerè

Victoria Wurdinger | September 28, 2016 | 8:42 AM
Color: Federica Trerè | Photographer: Mauro Mancioppi | Makeup: Patricia Mi Makeup Team

Federica Trerè quickly added dimension and body to brunette color with this It&ly Hairfashion technique. 

FORMULA & APPLICATION

Natural level 6

Formula 1: It&ly Hairfashion Aquarely 8CL with Aquarely 30-volume oxidizing emulsion in a 1: 1.5 ratio.

Formula 2: Aquarely 6CL with Aquarely 20-volume oxidizing emulsion in a 1: 1.5 ratio.

 

1. Section out a semi-circle from the end of one eyebrow to the opposite one, separating out an approximate 4 cm fringe section on the top of the head.

2. Create a second section about 5 cm from the end of the eyebrow area to the back of the skull, forming a C-division on each side.

3. Gather remaining hair in the back of the head for the darker Formula 2. Then, sub-divide the first section into diagonal sections of 2-3 cm., position the foil and apply Formula 1 on the entire strand. Apply the formula evenly and symmetrically, feathering from base to ends. Process 40 minutes.

4. Ten minutes into processing, move to the front fringe area. Divide the separation that moves through the top into diagonal sections, based on where the fringe starts. Apply Formula 2, then repeat on the section in the back of the head. Process 30 more minutes.

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