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Celeb Luxury Colorwash How-To: Pink Outside the Box

Maggie Mulhern | November 1, 2016 | 12:58 PM
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Hair: Leon Tringali, Jamie Mazzei, Christopher Tringali
Assistant: Meghan O’Brien
Photographer: Roberto Ligresti
Makeup artist: David Maderich
Fashion stylist: Nikko Kefalas

Model Juliette was already living the color dream but her pink was completely washed out with just traces of the hue left in the ends. Her hair is quite fine with low density and pale blonde would only make her hair look thinner. She arrived to the studio with a desire to punch up her pink, making her a perfect candidate for Celeb Luxury's Colorwash Viral Pastel Light Pink.

Salon and school owner Leon Tringali utilized the existing regrowth to add depth.

“On hair that is extremely light the color can go too far,” Tringali says. “The Colorwash system adds ultimate control at the sink—just stop where you like it.”

In this case, the hair was shampooed three times with Viral Pastel Light Pink. After each shampoo the color became more intense. “There is no need to massage,” Tringali says. “She must use the system at home to maintain the color.”

Get more details on Celeb Luxury's Colorwash system here.

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Hair: Leon Tringali, Jamie Mazzei, Christopher Tringali
Assistant: Meghan O’Brien
Photographer: Roberto Ligresti
Makeup artist: David Maderich
Fashion stylist: Nikko Kefalas

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