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HOW-TO: A Subtle Gray Blending Service for Your Male Clientele

October 25, 2016 | 10:29 AM
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STEP 1: Beginning at the nape, take diagonal sections.
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STEP 2: With moderate tension, sweep the formula from roots to ends, ensuring a light, feathered saturation to blend gray and maintain the hair’s natural variation. Continue this technique until you reach the crown.
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STEP 3: On the sides, take slightly diagonal sections and lightly paint the formula roots to ends until you reach the hairline.TIP: For a natural look on male clients, omit the last 1/8” at the front hairline.
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STEP 4: On the top, begin the application at the base of the crown and work through to the front hairline. TIP: It is important to respect the hair’s natural growth pattern.
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With a new year looming ahead, this is a great time to focus on staying youthful! Suggest subtle color services to change men’s gray from haggard to rugged.

FORMULA:
Color Touch Plus 1oz 66/07 + 2oz Color Touch Emulsion 4%

STEP 1: Beginning at the nape, take diagonal sections.

STEP 2: With moderate tension, sweep the formula from roots to ends, ensuring a light, feathered saturation to blend gray and maintain the hair’s natural variation. Continue this technique until you reach the crown.

STEP 3: On the sides, take slightly diagonal sections and lightly paint the formula roots to ends until you reach the hairline.
TIP: For a natural look on male clients, omit the last 1/8” at the front hairline.

STEP 4: On the top, begin the application at the base of the crown and work through to the front hairline. TIP: It is important to respect the hair’s natural growth pattern.

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