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Keune Formula: Bronde Wood by Ilham Mestour

Victoria Wurdinger | October 19, 2016 | 7:56 AM
Keune art director hair: Ilham Mestour | Keune color director: Kim Ko jberg | Hair stylists: Keune Academy Team | Photographer: Fotofl oor | Fashion styling: Dimphy den Otter | Makeup: Barbara Oliemans

Minimalism with Keune neutral color palettes and clean lines is the new chic. Today, minimalism means more than minimizing consumption and creating clean looks. It’s about quality that lasts.

FORMULA & APPLICATION

Natural level 6

Formula 1: 60 ml Keune Tinta Color 6.15 with 60 ml 3% Tinta cream developer

Formula 2: 60 ml Tinta Color 2000 + 2 Boosters with 60 ml 9% Tinta cream developer

1. Create a horseshoe section that separates the top and crown from the sides and back.Then section o a 1-inch horizontal parting in front to isolate the fringe from the remainder of the horseshoe section.

2. Apply Formula 1 to the fringe and all the hair outside of the horseshoe section.

3. Inside of the horseshoe section, beginning in the front, take 1-inch diagonal back sections. In a foil, apply Formula 1 to the base, then blur Formula 2 to the mid-shafts, creating a shine line for 1 to 2 inches. Then fi nish blurring the ends with Formula 1 to create a soft illusion of refl ective light. As you work through the horseshoe, alternate the placement of the formulas throughout, fi rst using Formula 1 at the base and ends and Formula 2 at the midshaft, then reversing placement. When the entire top is completed, process 30 minutes.

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