Fall and winter often lead to clients desiring deeper, richer hues than their sunkissed spring and summer colors. Daisy Rosania from Aurelio Salon in Howell, N.J., adds interest to a darker hue with an accent color.
L: Before; R: After
GET THE LOOK: BLACK CHERRY
Formula A: Goldwell Topchic 40mls 6% developer + 5N 15 mls + 5VV-MAX 25 mls
Formula B: Goldwell Colorance 5VV-MAX 15mls + 6VV-MAX 25mls + Colorance Lotion 80mls
Formula C: Goldwell Colorance Lotion 40mls + 20mls clear
STEP 1: Tap Formula A to new zone area.
STEP 2: Spray Goldwell Dualsenses Equalizer Spray onto remaining hair, midlengths and ends. Apply Formula B to that area and process for 25 minutes.
STEP 3: Rinse with Goldwell Dualsenses Color Fadestop Shampoo and Conditioner.
STEP 4: Apply Formula C to towel-dried hair. Glaze all strands with Formula C and process for 10 minutes.
STEP 5: Rinse, condition and style.
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