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Tressa Formula: Caramel Crème by Shannon Tully

Victoria Wurdinger | October 19, 2016 | 10:16 AM
Color and style: Shannon Tully | Cut: Gray Armstrong | Photographer: Gray Armstrong Photography | Makeup: Karen Baladeras

This Tressa shade created by Shannon Tully was inspired by the Cadbury Caramilk chocolate bar. It’s a rich chocolate on the outside with a beautiful caramel on the inside.

FORMULA & APPLICATION

Natural level 5

Formula 1: 1 scoop Watercolors Lightener with 2 oz 10-volume Tressa Processing Cream

Formula 2: 2 oz Watercolors BB Demi Color + 2 oz 4N + 1 oz 4R with 3 oz Watercolors Processor

Formula 3: 2 oz Watercolors BB Demi Color 6GB with 2 oz Watercolors BB Processor.

1. Starting at the nape apply Formula 1 in foils. Divide hair in half and foil using chevron-shaped sections.

2. Immediately apply Formula 2 to the remaining hair, from base to ends. Process 20 minutes. Rinse, then shampoo and condition with Tressa Replenishing Shampoo and Tressa Replenishing Conditioner. Towel dry.

3. Apply Formula 3 and process 20 minutes. Emulsify with water and condition with Tressa Replenishing Conditioner.

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