BEFORE AND AFTER: Orange is the New Blah!

Alison Shipley | March 26, 2014 | 10:20 AM

BEFORE AND AFTER: Orange is the New Blah!When MODERN Instagram follower Garth Crittendon, a stylist at Sizzorworks Style Studios in Ft. Wayne, Indiana, shared this before and after with us, we knew we needed to track down the formula!

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To begin, Garth started with a full head of hilights created using very fine slices and weaves. On the top section, he used a Rubik's cube sectioning pattern with all Redken formulas. Next, he used Redken Flashlift with 30-volume and 20-volume developers, and then toned with Redken Shades EQ, equal parts of 09v 09t and crystal clear to dilute.

Started with a full head of hilights with very fine slices and weaves, the top section i used a rubbix cube section. Redken flashlift 30v and 20v and then toned with redken shades equal parts of 09v 09t and crystal clear to dilute ,)

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