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Damaged Faux Blonde To Healthy Semi Sweet Chocolate

Maggie Mulhern | December 19, 2016 | 5:01 PM

Heather Pizzulli (@hairbyheatha), a design associate at Vito Mazza Salon & Spa, Woodbridge, NJ, says her client has "been a faux blonde balayage for almost 2 years - refusing haircuts and deep conditioners - and ALWAYS flat ironing at 450 degrees. I let her realize for herself that her hair was going to give up at some point and the day I got the text 'I need my hair chopped off and made dark' I immediately made room for her in the book." Once in the chair, Pizzulli "re-educated" her client on the importance of good products and home care.

Here she shares the formula for this makeover:

Scruples True Integrity 5NA 10 volume & Scruples Shadow Low Lights Milk Chocolate 10 volume clear with B3 from Brazilian BlowoutTiming: Processed for 30 minutes with a cap for natural heat.

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