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Going Chocolate: Tone "Back" Utilizing Existing Dimension

Maggie Mulhern | November 12, 2016 | 6:05 AM
Vicky Lee makeover.

Vicky Lee  (@vicksterness) of the Agence Salon, San Dimas, California, is a freshly licensed hairdresser, but was not afraid to tackle this situation. This client came in for professional help after balayaging her hair a couple times and compromsing its integrity.

Using the existing dimension in her hair, Lee shares how she gave her client lower maintenance haircolor. 

Step 1: Apply in an all over application with: Wella Koleston, mixed 3oz 4/0 & .75oz 7/07 and added 1/2oz b3. Apply using 4 sections starting at the back working toward the front.

Step 2: Process for 20 minutes after finishing the last front section. Shampoo and condition the hair.

Step 3: Style with Oribe Texturizing Spray.

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