Wella Formula: Rosé de Provence by Sonya Dove

Victoria Wurdinger | October 19, 2016 | 9:54 AM
Cut, color and style: Sonya Dove, Wella global top stylist | Photographer: Nicolas Troncin | Makeup: Eric Allen

Inspired by the simplistic styling of French elegance, this Wella look embraces the exquisite tones within rosé champagne from Provence. Sonya Dove provides the formulas and steps she used to create the look. 


Level 6 regrowth with level 7 mid-lengths and ends

Formula 1: 1 oz Wella Magma /73 with 1½ oz 10-volume developer

Formula 2: 1 oz Magma / 36 with 1½ oz 10-volume developer

Formula 3: Illumina, equal parts of the existing color OR one third of each color: 9/7, 8/05 and 9/43 with equal parts 10-volume developer

1. Working through all the hair, alternate foils of Formulas 1 and 2 in a fine weave to lighten and deposit tones of peach blonde and gold violet. Then process 20 minutes, and shampoo and condition using Wella Elements.

2. On damp hair, apply Formula 3. Start in the back and work forward in large sections. Process 20 minutes.

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