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Color Correction After Repeated Home Bleaching

Anne Moratto | September 8, 2014 | 3:28 PM

Color Correction After Repeated Home Bleaching

This color correction by Blondie's Salon (@blondiessalon.gv) in Grass Valley, CA features Eufora products.

PREP:

According to Blondie’s, “The guest had pre-lightened hair that she bleached repeatedly at home and one inch of outgrowth at a natural level 8/9. The ends were severely damaged and underneath was a faded teal, also done at home, along with a pink color.”

To remove the teal, they applied Eufora Color Clear Boost with 30 volume.

FORMULAS:

Fill: 10 gr NA 8.3 + 10 gr NA 6.3 + 10 grams 6.4 + 10 grams 8.4 + 20 grams 6.5 + 120 grams 10 volume

Process 25 minutes

Final Color:

Roots: 10 gr NA 4.42 + 10 gr NA 6.5 + 10gr NA 5.22 + 10 grams clear boost + 60 grams 15 volume

Mids: 10 grams NA 4.442 + 10 grams NA 6.5 + 10 grams NA 5.22 + 45 grams 10 volume

Ends:  10 grams NA 4.442 + 10 grams NA 6.5 + 10 gr NA 5.22 + 1 gr copper intensified + 1 gr yellow creative pigment + 46 gr 10 volume

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