Flames, Fire, Fringe: This Color Formula is HOT!

By Alison Alhamed | 04/05/2012 12:03:00 PM


From baliage to ombré to chalking, summer is the season to experiment with high-impact coloring techniques. In this how-to featured in the April issue of MODERN SALON, Sherri Jessee, who is a member of the Rusk Creative Team and owner of Sherri Jessee Salon in Bristol, Viginia, offers a look that is reminiscent of flames shooting down the fringe. With a vibe of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo meets The Hunger Games, this look is HOT!

The Artist
Sherri Jessee
Rusk Creative Team, owner of The Sherri Jessee Salon

The Vision
Placed correctly, a flash of flames can be as brilliant as an entire fiery head.

Step 1: A horizontal section along the parietal ridge was prelightened with Rusk Deepshine White Luminating Powdered Lightener
and brought to a pale yellow.

Step 2:
Base color of Rusk 4.4 Copper Deepshine Ammonia Free Demi-permanent Color was applied.

Step 3:
Pre-lightened area was toned in alternate slices of Radical Yellow and Orange Blast Rusk Scream semipermanent gel color.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Alison Alhamed

Alison Alhamed, Editor in Chief of Modern Salon Magazine | Editor of First Chair

Since July 2008, Alison has worked across all brands under the MODERN SALON Media umbrella, including MODERN SALON, SALON TODAY, FIRST CHAIR and MODERN SALON TV. Alison’s passion for the beauty industry grew even deeper after she enrolled in beauty school, working as an editor by day and a student by night. Alison earned her cosmetology degree from Pivot Point International in Bloomingdale, Illinois, in May 2011.

You can find Alison on Google+ or e-mail her at aalhamed@vancepublishing.com.


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