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COLOR CORRECTION: Dulled and Damaged To Icy Sombre

Maggie Mulhern | November 1, 2016 | 1:48 PM
Makeover by Daniel Paixao

Daniel Paixao (@ danielpaixao90) of Maringa, Brazil, wowed us with this makeover. Here he shares the details for how he corrected this dulled and damaged blonde:

-Schwarzkopf Professional IGORA VARIO BLOND Extra Power lightener 1part, mixed with two parts IGORA ROYAL Oil Developer 6% (20 Vol), then mixed with the appropriate amount of FIBREPLEX No.1 Bond Booster.

-Schwarzkopf Professional IGORA ROYAL toner using, IGORA ROYAL Pastels 1 part 9.5-1, with 1 part 9.5-22, with equal parts IGORA ROYAL Oil Developer 3% (10 Vol)

-Follow with Schwarzkopf Professional FIBREPLEX No.2 Bond Sealer for 5-10 minutes

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