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Silver and Smoke with Wella Formula

Anne Moratto | October 12, 2016 | 2:03 PM
A smokey cyclone of silver

Katey Bug Brown (@kateybugsmith) is a Wella and Sebastian educator, coach and trainer who graciously shared her formula and process for this smokey silver. 

"This is my client Espe, she is a natural level 4," Katey says. "This was her third appointment. First appointment was a complete color correction, second appointment she went pastel pink and this time she wanted silver."

STEP ONE:  Wella Blondor with 20 volume on her regrowth (about an inch and a half of growth) for 30 minutes. 

STEP TWO: Toned her first with Wella Color Touch - 1oz 10/1 + 1oz 8/81 + 3oz 1.9% emulsion for 15 minutes. 

STEP THREE: Then when back in at her root area with Color Touch 7/89 + 1.9% 1:2. Left that on for 10 minutes then ran a wide tooth comb, root through end, and let process for another 10 minutes.

"That's it!  Love me some Wella Blondor. Level 4 to 10 in 30 minutes. With only the use of 20 volume."

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