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HOW-TO: Fierce, Vibrant Redhead by Redken's Lori Zabel

Victoria Wurdinger | April 4, 2014 | 12:17 PM

Lori Zabel

Redken Artist

THE VISION: “It takes a special type of personality to be a redhead, they are fierce! They are the most rewarding to get right, and sometimes the hardest to keep. To make a stunning, vibrant redhead you must have a great palette to start."

FORMULAS/APPLICATION

Formula 1: Redken Chromatics, 2 oz. Clear with 2 oz. 20-volume Chromatics Oil In Cream Developer

Formula 2: Color Fusion, 1 oz. 7Cc with 1 oz. 10-volume Pro-oxide Cream Developer

Formula 3: Shades EQ Cream, 1 oz. 08C Persimmon + 1 oz. 06C Shiny Penny with 2 oz. 10-volume Pro-oxide Cream Developer

STEP 1: Apply Formula 1 to the midlengths and ends (Zones 2-3). Process 35 minutes at room temperature. Shampoo with Redken Hair Cleansing Cream and dry completely.

STEP 2: Apply Formula 2 to the scalp area (Zone 1). Then immediately apply Formula 3 to midlengths and ends. ProcesS 35-45 minutes at room temperature. Shampoo and condition with Redken Color Extend Magnetics.

HOW-TO: Fierce, Vibrant Redhead by Redken's Lori Zabel

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